Kobloâ??s Vibra2000 returns

2008-10-29

Kobloâ??s Vibra2000 returns Back around the turn of the century, the Koblo Vibra2000 was one of the first softsynths to actually emulate the sound of an analog synth.
Well, after a several year hiatus, Koblo has returned and so has the Vibra.
For its latest incarnation, the developers have remained faithful to the originalâ??s streamlined feature set, though the plug-in includes an updated interface thatâ??s a bit easier to grasp than the original.

The Vibra2000â??s voice architecture a no-nonsense, single oscillator affair with a lowpass filter and simple amplifier envelope â?? making it a good choice for newcomers to the art of synthesis.
Thereâ??s also a built-in arpeggiator with a few twists like parameters for â??chordâ? and â??sliceâ? that give it a unique flavor.

The plug-in is available in AU, RTAS, VST and Standalone formats, for both Mac and PC.
So if you have a spare twenty-nine bucks and a taste for softsynth nostalgia check it out.

Source: beatportal.com