U-He has released Repro-1 – a new virtual analog monosynth for Linux, Mac & Windows, based on the classic Sequential Circuits Pro-One. U-He used component-level modelling technology to create the most authentic model possible. They say that ‘all the subtle characteristics and quirks found in the original are present in Repro-1.’
They say that it recreates ‘all the raw personality and quirks of the original, but with a charm all of its own’.… Read More U-He Repro-1 Recreates The Sound Of A Sequential Circuits Pro-1 (Beta)
This video, via Reuben Jones, is a demo of some of the sonic possibilities of the vintage Sequential Circuits Pro-One analog synthesizer.
Urs Heckmann of U-He has released RePro-1 – a free monophonic software synthesizer, for OS X & Windows, that he’s releasing as ‘research ware’. He’s releasing it as a free ‘alpha’ release to gather feedback on the quality of several options for the synth’s filter models. Heckmann says “It’s a first step in our recreation… Read More Free Synth Promises To Emulate A Sequential Circuits Pro-One – But Can Your Computer Handle It?
On November 12th, media training school Pyramind hosted an evening with Dave Smith, founder of Sequential Circuits and Dave Smith Instruments.
As part of our look back at the Best of 2015, we asked readers to vote on the best new synthesizers of 2015. With thousands of votes cast, Synthtopia readers made a clear choice, selecting the Dave Smith Instruments Sequential Prophet 6 as the best new synth of 2015. The Prophet-6 combines the best qualities of the original Prophet-5 – true… Read More The 10 Best New Synthesizers Of 2015
This video, via Richard Geere, demos the Sequential Circuits Prelude 4-in-1 keyboard.
This video, via MrFirechild, features the massive sound of the Sequential Circuits Prophet 10. The Prophet 10 is one of the rarest of the monster synths, offering the power of two Prophet 5’s in one huge, knobtacular package.