Free Software Friday - SampleScience Analog Waveforms

Free Software Friday is our regular Friday feature here at the dBs Music blog. We dig the depths of the music production and media webosphere and discover what downloadable plugin freebies are worth double clicking each week.

It wasn't all that long ago that we were pointing you in SampleScience's direction with the release of their Nils Frahm-inspired Resonance, yet here we are checking out another free offering from them in the form of Analog Waveforms. 

Featuring the basic waveforms of an analogue synthesiser - the DSI Mopho to be precise - Analog Waveforms takes 10 second samples from each note, across 7 octaves to deliver what SampleScience say is "an accurate and genuine sonic representation of an analog synthesiser." 


Made up of sawtooth, triangle, saw-triangle and pulse-width at 40%, the samples have been looped so you can sustain notes. Additional control parameters include multi-LFO, room reverb, highpass/lowpass filter, amplitude range controls and polyphonic, monophonic and legato voice modes. 

It's compatible with all major DAWs excluding Pro Tools, and can be downloaded for Windows and Mac using the link below. 

Analog Waveforms

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