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.
At first glance Repro-1 is simple and intuitive, but the clean and classic design hides a deep feature set capable of a wide range of sounds.
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
We are wrapping up 2017 with the release of Repro v1.1, a free update for Repro-1. 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.”