A spectacular showcase for the timeless quality and versatility of authentic analogue synthesis, Future Analogue Synth is your new secret weapon for house, nu disco, synthwave, downtempo, and electronic music production in general.
Weighing in at over 1GB, Future Analogue Synth’s 257 loops all come from a single powerhouse instrument: arguably the greatest, and certainly the most recorded five-voice polyphonic analogue synth of the early ’80s, as made famous by the likes of Japan, The Cars, Level 42, Phil Collins, Asia and countless other big-hitters of the decade. Sequenced and played by a hugely experienced producer and musician, the library is divided into Bass and Keys folders at 100, 120 and 140BPM, and covers every musical angle, from classic bouncing disco b-lines, squelchy funk workouts, fat unison leads and animated arpeggios, to infectious keys, moody melodic evocations, rippling plucks and mod-happy pads. At up to eight bars long, each loop is given plenty of space to develop and evolve, and every one is key-tagged for ease of use.
In terms of post processing, with the synth itself being very much the focus, the only other box in the chain is a super rare Oram DM-16 Summing Mixer, used simply to enhance the lush analogue warmth captured in the recordings.
The upshot is a perfectly poised hybrid of vintage sonics and on-point contemporary sequences, performances and progressions, with a level of tonal and textural consistency rarely heard in any sample library. Whether you’re looking to bring a touch of retro chic to a smouldering deep house number, or go full-on old-school for your next rave banger, your choons are sure to profit from a bit of Future Analogue Synth.
In detail, the pack contains 1.03GB of content, comprising 257 audio files in pristine 24-bit stereo WAV format, with loop tempos at 100, 120 and 140BPM.
Please note: The Drums, Vocal and 808 Bass Kick in the Demo are not included in this pack.
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