Spitfire Audio has released Electronic Antique – a free virtual instrument that recreates the sound of the rare Ondioline.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
“Discover a rare gem of music history with one of the world’s earliest synthesisers — the Ondioline. Designed and patented by French inventor Georges Jenny in the early 1940s, the LABS team captured its delightfully off-kilter sound, transforming the raw recordings into a range of playful presets. Fizzing with smile-inducing possibilities — the Ondioline is as wild as your imagination.”
Electronic Antique is available now as a free download.
6 thoughts on “Free Virtual Instrument Recreates The Sound Of The Rare Ondioline”
I have a couple of very hypnotic, freeze-dried Martenot samples, so this will be a must-have for me. It’ll be nice to play a more active form of Jenny’s instruments. Its like a Theremin that’s loosely locked into a keyboard, so you can get the goodie without it sounding seasick.
Hi Dave, You may find this to be of interest, also free:
I like that sound of that. I also liked the image of the VT100 the flashed up in the beginning.
cool – labs is probably my favorite free vst – the libraries are always unique
labs was my gateway drug into Spitfire Audio lol!
labs is amazing audio fun for zero $
are these instruments sewf contained, just download and install or do they take a speckial player?