U-He's Repro-1 Gets Polyphonic Partner

US Repro-5 is added in a free update to the Sequential Circuits-inspired monosynth      18/12/17

U-He's Repro-1 Gets Polyphonic Partner


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U-He tells us that they are wrapping up 2017 with the release of Repro v1.1, a free update for Repro-1 that includes the Repro-5 polyphonic synth.

A spokesperson told us, "A year ago we released Repro-1, a brash and raw monosynth. This year we added a new polyphonic family member: Repro-5. Repro-5 shares a lot of sonic DNA with Repro-1, but once you start playing with Repro-5 you will discover new and unique flavours and characteristics, most notably polyphony. Repro is one product, one installer, two synths with analogue authenticity front and centre--two famous analogue synthesizers meticulously recreated using component-level modelling."

Repro-1 features:

  • Unashamedly monophonic
  • 4-pole resonant lowpass filter
  • Glide control
  • Arpeggiator with latch mode
  • Sequencer with two 32-step patterns (or 64 steps when chained)
  • 3 modulation sources controlling 5 destination
  • 2 additional "performance" modulation assignments
  • 5 effects: wavefolder/distortion, delay/chorus, EQ/resonator, reverb, sonic conditioner/dynamics processor
  • 500 factory presets



Repro-5 features:

  • 8-voice polyphony
  • 1 to 8 voice unison with glide control
  • Audio-rate voice modulation: oscillator FM (frequency and pulse width), filter FM
  • 4-pole resonant lowpass filter
  • Flexible modulation options plus 2-slot matrix
  • Polyphonic distortion unit with 4 types including bit crusher
  • 5 effects: tape emulation, delay/chorus, EQ/resonator, reverb, sonic conditioner/dynamics processor
  • Over 950 factory presets



Shared features:

  • Powerful analogue sound using component-level modelling
  • 2 oscillators: saw / pulse and saw / triangle / pulse
  • Oscillator waveforms can be combined
  • Waveform pulse width modulation and oscillator sync options
  • White noise generator
  • ADSR envelope
  • "Tweak" screen for adjusting component behaviour
  • Host-syncable LFO with 3 waveforms
  • Microtuning support (.tun files)
  • Resizable UI
  • MIDI learn page and editable list
  • Global preferences page
  • New preset browser with powerful search functions, tagging


Pricing and Availability:
Repro costs $99.

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