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The community has good things to say about Ultra Analog. Here are some excerpts…
Another top-shelf piece of virtual kit from AAS that’s easy to use and features a huge preset collection.
I heartily recommend AAS’s Ultra Analog to anyone who likes working with computer-based synths. The simple interface hides the heart of an analogue beast—from throbbing bass to supersonic leads, it’s all here. If you only have money for one serious commercial synth plug-in, make it this one.
Fat, versatile, and easy to use, this soft synth brings classic sounds to the desktop.
If you use a computer to make music but you crave an analog experience, Ultra Analog won’t disappoint. It sounds very analog and has a wide range of voicing options, as shown by the hundreds of cool factory presets.
The basses are absolutely fantastic, covering just about all of the hot destinations, and there are some real gems in the poly, leads and arpgeggiator categories, too.
Is it what I’d call ultra-analog-sounding? Unequivocally, you betcha!
Every synth has a character of its own and the Ultra Analog is definitely worth having a listen to. It has a fat sound with filters that have a very pleasant character. In short: a very good machine that definitely fits the bill if you’re on the look-out for analogue subtractive sounds.
Sonically, it truly befits its name, sitting right up there with the best in terms of analog emulation; and even its most advanced features are easy to negotiate thanks to the exemplary clarity of the interface.
That got my attention—and it should get yours too, if you’re a fan of Stuff That Sounds Really Good.
But bell and whistles are not what UA is all about, because the big factor here is sound quality.
UA’s factory presets deserve special recognition—they’re superb.
Ultra Analog joins the short list of analog emulators that live up to their marketing claims.
Analogue heaven—Ultra Analog is a joy to use. As an instrument, the patches are richer then some other re-creations… Simple yet powerful—an excellent way to create both classic and unique sounds.
If you don’t have the cash to pony up for a used Juno, Moog, Rhodes, Arp or Sequential Circuits, the Ultra Analog is the perfect virtual synthesizer solution. Looks Like the digital age has caught up with the past.
(Ultra Analog) sounds liquid and alive, more so than most virtual analog synths I’ve played with. The bass end of UA was fantastic, and quite possibly one of the best I’ve heard from a plug-in… Those of you craving that ultimate analog sound in digital format should certainly take a look at Ultra Analog.