Dial To Program Change

Helpful Max4Live device to MIDI learn program change data. In other words, let´s you control which sound you use on a specific VST synth via your MIDI controller.

Roland Reaktor Emulations

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Jasper Broeks created some nice emulations of Roland´s Juno 106, Alpha Juno 2 and Jupiter 8 synths for Reaktor. These are in Beta and downloadable from the User Library (You´ll need to be registered). Here some of the original sounds:

You might want to check out these Reaktor instruments with one of our MIDI packs. In particular, probably best with one of our Synthwave packs.

Continuum Synth

Cool Reaktor wavetable synth by Michael O’hagan. With this one he became one of the winners of the recent builders competion by Native Instruments. Includes 5000 waveforms and multiple modulation options. Download from the Reaktor User Library.

Deducktion

Deducktion is a FREE 32 note-polyphonic synthesizer based upon a classic subtractive design by Dead Duck Software.

PPG Wave

The first PPG Wave synthesizer was released in 1981 introducing wavetabe synthesis. To name a few, it was used by A-ha, Alphaville, David Bowie, Diane Arkenstone, The Fixx, Go West, Hall & Oates, Trevor Horn, Propaganda, Laza Ristovski, Jean Michel Jarre, Marillion, Level 42, Art of Noise, Saga, Rush, Depeche Mode, Gary Numan, Robert Palmer, Gary Stadler, Kitaro, Jean-Benoit Dunckel, Psychedelic Furs, Tangerine Dream, The Stranglers, Talk Talk, Tears for Fears, Michelle Tumes, The Twins, Steve Winwood, Stevie Nicks, Thomas Dolby, Ultravox, Wang Chung, Stevie Wonder and Ilan Chester.

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Its creator, Wofgang Palm still develops this concept. Currently there are 3 VST versions (PPG Infinite, Phonem, Wavemapper, Wavegenerator) and IOS apps.

There´s another VST version by Waldorf.

You can download a FREE version here: WaveSim (Opinions on that)

If you haven´t already…check out any version, not only if you´re into Synthwave.

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