An analog or analogue synthesizer (or analog synth) is a synthesizer that uses analog circuits to generate the electronic music sounds. It also uses analog computer techniques to generate these sounds. Analog synthesizers use a variety of operational amplifiers and potentiometers to change the nature of the sound created. These tools then combine basic sounds generated to create more complex musical waveforms. This Analog Voice is a vintage style subtractive synthesizer. It is also possible to create modulation. This simulated synthesizer has 4 types of analog style sounding filters. This tool also provides reverb and delay features. Synthetic sound creation in bass, lead or Pad becomes simple. It is possible to create phat sound too with a de-tune module available. It has four waveform oscillators that are used to generate the basic sounds. Analog type filters are available.
The tool comes with something like 64 presets. That makes it simple to use for learners and to create complex tunes for the more experienced. One LFO available could be synced to music tempo. Learn from MIDI feature is available. The interface looks similar to an actual electronic box. Thus anyone familiar with using a synthesizer in its hardware form should be able to start using it right away. It is done in black, the color of the professional electronics. The control layout is same as in hardware equipment. This is free software and is thus a great alternative to buying the hardware. Particularly learners should find in a very good opportunity to learn using it at low cost and then changing to the real alternative. This is a good tool.