AAS Releases ‘Simple and Fun’ Ultra Analog Session 2

Applied_acoustics_Systems-ultra-analog-2Applied Acoustics Systems has released Ultra Analog Session 2 for Mac OS X and Windows.

Ultra Analog Session 2 unfolds as a “simple and fun” synthesizer. At the synth’s core is a hard sync oscillator-and-filter duo, supplemented by a powerful unison for a rich and modern sound. In addition, key synthesis controls, an arpeggiator, and a multi-effect module complete the package.

The factory library comprises 144 presets divided into the Arpeggio, Bass, Lead, Pad, and Polysynth categories. Artists, producers, and long-time AAS collaborators Richard Devine and Sean Divine have contributed 50 signature presets each to this collection.

Pricing and Availability. AAS’ Ultra Analog Session 2 is available now. Regularly priced at $49 US, Ultra Analog Session is available at an introductory price of $39 US through January 15, 2016.

System requirements: Ultra Analog Session 2 runs on both Mac OS X and Windows in 32- and 64-bit host sequencers supporting the VST, Audio Units, RTAS, and AAX Native plug-in formats. For more information, consult the Applied Acoustics Systems website.

4 thoughts on “AAS Releases ‘Simple and Fun’ Ultra Analog Session 2

  1. The only real update that the ultra analog product needs is a bigger user interface! It is so small that it is completely unusable on large monitors

  2. When people will stop using the word analog on software stuff? Seriously, if you are creating digital products just embrace it and name it appropriately. Digital is cool too. By the way, that’s a general complain, not just against this particular software.

    1. I was under the impression that the reason they use the word “Analog” to describe this soft keyboard and others was based on the way it produces sound, not based on the fact that it doesn’t use actual circuits. Analog keyboards make sounds by producing the waves electronically ( I would assume they use mathematical formulas to mimic the circuits) , other keyboards use wave tables or samples.
      If you didn’t call it an Analog keyboard, what would you prefer? Mathematical formula of circuits keyboard? I have the Korg collection and they sound ridiculously like the original circuit keyboards. If it walks like a duck………..

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