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Puremagnetik releases Solveig - A hybrid complex oscillator synth

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Wednesday May 16, 2018
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Solveig is a reverse engineered early '80s analog synth modeled after the classic Roland SH-101 sound engine. It is further augmented with the addition of a "complex", Buchla-inspired oscillator.

With Solveig, you can dial up anything from an MC-202 style acid bass, to a solid sawtooth lead, rich, evolving pads and more. Crank up the filter envelope and get some instant analog '80s percussion. And finally, unlike the original SH-101, Solveig also has a self-oscillating resonant filter.

A versatile sound design machine and realistic analog synthesizer model, Solveig is capable of complementing your productions in many situations.

Learn more: https://puremagnetik.com/products/solveig

Solveig Features

Pricing

Solveig is currently offered as part of Puremagnetik's Spark subscription for $8 per month. After one month it will become back-cataloged for a la carte purchase at $20 USD.

Minimum Requirements

Learn more: https://puremagnetik.com/products/solveig

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