MATRIXSYNTH: Microbrute, Repro 5, PG8X & Legend Synth Music

Saturday, May 09, 2020

Microbrute, Repro 5, PG8X & Legend Synth Music

Published on May 9, 2020 Synth & Sundry

"Three atmospheric and melancholic synthesizer tracks capturing sidelined scenes on the banks of the Thames. Enjoy the warm analog synth textures wash over the foliage and utilitarian architecture of the river.

00:00 Arturia Microbrute and U-He Repro 5 VST (Prophet 5 emulator)
02:34 Arturia Microbrute
3:50 Legend VST by Synapse Audio and PG8X VST (Minimoog and Roland JX8P emulators respectively)

The Arturia Microbrute is monophonic analog synthesizer with a compelling analogue tone and focussed set of controls to dial in your sounds. There is no patch memory, so every sound needs to be programmed by hand for each track.

The U-He Repro 5 is a recreation of the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5. The first popular and (relatively) affordable polyphonic analog synth. The convincing recreation of the classic synthesizer is paired with a collection of effects to round out its sonic goodness.

You can hear the Legend VST in action in this dedicated video [posted here] This is a VST homage to the Moog Minimoog monosynth.

The PG8X is a free VST recreation which we have covered before [2nd video here] It has a convincing classic polysynth sound that is faithful to the Roland JX8P and a pleasing interface panel with all the design queues from the venerated synthesizer.

Video shot handheld on a Sony HX99. Edited on DaVinci Resolve

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