U-He Releases Repro-1

US Classic 1980's analog monosynth revisited      07/12/16

U-He Releases Repro-1


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Last month we brought you news of its public beta but now U-He has released the official version of their Repro-1, modelled on the Sequential Circuits Pro-1.

A spokesperson told us, "Repro-1 dives into the past for analogue inspiration, reverently modelling a classic synth. Every detail of the original was captured using component-level modelling technology to create the most authentic model possible. All the subtle characteristics and quirks found in the original are present in Repro-1. Repro-1 is a fierce synth: hard working, raw sounding and immensely playable."

Key Features

  • authentic raw analogue sound
  • Component-level modelling of a classic monophonic synth
  • 2 oscillators: saw/pulse and saw/triangle/pulse, including combinations and pulse width modulation.
  • White noise generator
  • Mixer for the audio generators with feedback path for extra bass boost
  • Filter: 4-pole lowpass, capable of self-oscillation. Cutoff, Resonance, dedicated envelope and key tracking controls
  • Amplifier: ADSR envelope with curve trimmer
  • Modulation true to the original, plus an extra 2-slot matrix
  • LFO: saw/triangle/pulse, including combinations
  • Extra modulation sources: AR/ASR envelope adopted from the wavefolder effect, plus Trigger and Gate
  • Arpeggiator: up or up/down, latch mode
  • Sequencer: Two-patterns, step recording: Editable pitch/velocity, note/tie/pause status per step, max. 32-notes each pattern (or 64 notes when chained). Copy/paste and rotate functions, save/load presets
  • 5 built-in effects: wavefolder/distortion, delay/chorus, EQ/resonator, reverb, sonic conditioner/dynamics processor
  • 500 factory presets


Pricing and Availability:
$99

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