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Tone2 Audiosoftware announces the forthcoming release of Saurus Analog Synthesizer.

Saurus is a new synthesizer employing True Analog Modelling Technology.

 

The company says that the circuits of several performance synthesizers were measured and analysed to capture the 
characteristics & response curve of the original hardware.This was used to reconstruct a model of analog hardware.


Main Features:

  • True Analog Modeling Technology
  • Designed to cover important aspects of traditional analog synths
  • Mono, Legato & Polyphonic modes employing analog voice management
  • Two Syncable Oscillators and two Sub Oscillators
  • Standard waveforms like square and saw and a number of waveform types from exotic analog synths
  • Pulse Width Modulation and Oscillator Sync applicable to every waveform
  • Oscillator Drift, Phase and Noise Modulation controls
  • Noise FM, AM and Ring Modulation for Oscillators
  • Analog filter section with self-oscillation, nonlinearity, 6 filter types, filter FM and filter feedback
  • LFOs capable of running at audio-rate
  • Arpeggiator section with configuration possibilities; swing, chord steps, step velocity,...
  • Modulation Matrix with several new modulation features, including modulation value modifiers
  • Programmable gate
  • 4x Stereo Unison modes with spread and panning control
  • Analog modeled Distortion and Tube amp
  • Optional (on/off) Psycho-Acoustic processing

 

Availability:

Release of Saurus Analog Synthesizer is expected end of March 2012


Check out www.tone2.com for more details.

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