SampleScience released Analog Waveforms v2, free a plugin featuring the basic waveforms of an analog synthesizer. Each waveform has been sampled note by note across 7 octaves (each sample being 10 seconds in length), which gives an accurate and genuine sonic representation of an analog synthesizer. The synthesizer in question is the Mopho by DSi.
All the samples have been looped for sustain notes, and they are made available to the public domain. They can be downloaded separately from the plugin. Note that the plugin itself is not public domain; it’s just the samples that are free to use for whatever purpose.
- 4 multi-sampled analog synthesizer waveforms: sawtooth, triangle, saw-triangle, pulse-width at 40%
- 4 new effects
- 355 MB of samples (16-bit, 44.1kHz mono Wav files)
- Highpass/Lowpass filter
- Amplitude range controls
- 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato
More info and free download here: SampleScience | Analog Waveforms v2