Brainworx Audio Intros First Virtual Synthesizer, bx_oberhausen

Brainworx Audio has introduced their first virtual synthesizer, bx_oberhausen, a vintage-inspired analog-modeled software synth for Mac & Windows.

The synth uses Brainworx Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) to replicate the performance characteristics of individual component. This creates, in separate voices, slight variations which you would expect to hear in an original analog instrument.

Features:

  • Full analog modelling, with full polyphony up to 32 voices
  • TMT inside: Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) to accurately replicate individual component variations specified by the manufacturer.
  • Unison: Combine your voices to a powerful unison mode. Together with the unique TMT feature, Unison generates a rich, complex and analog sound unparalleled by any other virtual instrument.
  • M/S Technology: Create subtle effects like solid bass foundation as well as crazy stereo processing with M/S Technology.
  • Modulation Matrix: The extensive Modulation Matrix gives you a whole dimension of sound design possibilities.
  • Effect section, including the Mäag AIR BAND.
  • Frequency Modulation
  • Arpeggiator with adjustable swing
  • In-Plugin Preset Management with NKS support

Audio Demos:

See the Plugin Alliance site for details.

4 thoughts on “Brainworx Audio Intros First Virtual Synthesizer, bx_oberhausen

  1. This sounds incredible. Virtual analog has hit a new high the last few years with repro, the Roland cloud and now this!

  2. No mention at all of Mr Oberheim? It’s one thing to copy old circuits, quite another to copy the look, feel, and layout of an old device with no credit to the creator.

  3. I tried their “TMT technology” channelstrip before and with that TMT thing turned on it messed up the panning and added some horrible static noise. Why are they saying its a challenge to find out you get a stereo sound by seperate filtering of the left and right channel?

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