• 4 Oscillators with 57 Different waveform types
  • OSC 1 & 2 can have 8 voices per OSC with width and detune
  • 13 Filtered types including Vintage Analog and Formant (Talky) Models
  • ADSR Filter, and Amp Envelopes with switchable curves
  • ADSR Assignable Envelop with 27 targets
  • Graphical Envelope – 16 nodes asignable to 27 Targets
  • Chord Hold – Memorise up to 5 notes for instant one finger playback
  • 2 Low Frequency Oscillators with 7 waveform types, 2 outputs each with 27 targets
  • 2 Modulation sections with 9 sources and 27 targets
  • FX Section with 10 Fx types including – Phaser, Chorus, Amp Sim, Exciter, Clip Distortion, Decimator, Compressor, Bass Enhancer, Delay and Reverb.
  • Legato and Slide Mode
  • Preview – playback midi sequence while browsing patches to get a better idea of the sound.
  • 250 Presets included

Sonic Academy’s Ana Synth seems to fly under the radar for some reason. I’ve been playing around with it on and off for a while and I have to say that I quite like it. It’s sound is right there in the late 80’s and early 90’s digital sound, think JD-990, D-50 and Trinity. And speaking of the Trinity, I’ve been able to recreate a few patches from my TR rack on Ana with surprisingly close results.

Ana Synth runs about 80$ (which is a near steal!) and I think it’s well worth the value if you want something with a bit different flavor in your VST line up.

Head on over to the Sonic Academy for more details.