MATRIXSYNTH: Quick Intro the History of Analog Synthesizers on Digituria & Their Upcoming Software Synth

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Quick Intro the History of Analog Synthesizers on Digituria & Their Upcoming Software Synth


Supporting member, Digituria wrote in to let us know of a blog post they put up on the history of analog synthesizers. They are also working on a new soft synth named MATRIX DUDE of all things. No affiliation with me or the site.

The following is some info on the upcoming synth. You can download a beta and try it for yourself on their website here.

OSCILLATORS
Two wavetable analog emulation that reproduce the same harmonics as the classical Model-D square and triangle, while keeping the sharpness of a digital sawtooth. The inverse sawtooth and note-sync allows you to combine both oscillators to recreate a PWM.

FILTER
The synth includes a faithful recreation of the 4 poles 24db "ladder" filter to carve the sound. In addition to the cutoff and resonance there's an extra "spacing" parameter to move the cutoff frequency between the stereo channels.

1 comment:

  1. They had better start with the history of the pipe organ because that is the first analog synthesizer.

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