Designed by Experts, Built on Legacy
Softube has a long history of modeling professional gear. After nearly two decades working in collaboration with premium pro audio brands like Tube-Tech, Solid State Logic, Chandler Limited®, Weiss Engineering, and Trident, we have a solid track record recreating indisputable classics in software form that sound precisely like their hardware counterparts. This includes expertise in synthesizer plug-ins like Modular, Statement Lead, and Monoment Bass.
Model 72 is built on this legacy, and we took the same meticulous approach we always do – everything needs to be exact, with skillful recording, precise testing, and fine-tuning to sound exactly like the corresponding hardware or even better in terms of clarity. Nothing less.
Sound Quality: Our First Priority
The Model 72 Synthesizer System’s plug-ins and modules are in a class of their own compared with similar software when it comes to sound quality.
Just Like the Original Hardware
Model 72 was created with the same meticulous and accurate component modeling process you’ve come to expect from Softube’s mixing and mastering plug-ins.
Vintage Sound in Different Applications
It has the perfect vintage mojo and includes four versions that can be used in many different applications – as an instrument, as effects, in Modular, and in Amp Room.
- An entire system based on a classic analog monophonic synth from the early 1970s with the emphasis on sound quality
- Era correct: component-modeled to perfection, with all the quirks and non-linearities intact – it sounds and behaves just like its original hardware counterpart
- Actual use cases and tricks of the hardware correctly replicated in the software
- Four versions included: Model 72 Instrument, Model 72 FX, Model 72 module for Softube Amp Room, and seven Model 72 modules for Softube Modular. Learn more about Softube Amp Room and Softube Modular
- Create combinations in Modular never possible before in real life or in the world of software
- Software-exclusive features added: doubler, stereo spread effect, and expanded controls
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