Applied Acoustics Systems Ultra-Analog VA-3 UG Session

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Virtual Analogue Synthesizer

Upgrade from Ultra Analog Session to Ultra Analog VA-3 - Requires a registered licence AAS Ultra Analog Session

  • Classically constructed subtractive synthesiser with two oscillators each
  • Multimode filter with ladder type and LFOs as well as Four envelopes
  • Dual multitimbral for layer and split sounds
  • Four performance macros per layer
  • Extensive modulation possibilities
  • Variable arpeggiator
  • Numerous multi-effects including chorus, delay, phaser, flanger, distortion, wah-wah and reverb
  • Unlimited undo/redo
  • Over 600 presets, clear browser, packs, sounds, categories, etc.

System Requirements:

  • Delivery method: E-mail
  • Licence validity: Unlimited
  • Copy protection: Online activation
  • Simultaneous activations: 2
  • Windows: from 10 (64-bit)
  • Mac OS (64 Bit): from 10.11
  • CPU minimum: Intel Core i5
  • RAM minimum: 0.5 GB
  • Additional system requirements: None

Supported Formats:

  • Stand-alone application
  • AAX native 64-bit
  • AU 64-bit
  • VST2 64-bit
  • VST3 64-bit
  • NKS
System Requirements
  • Shipping Format: E-Mail
  • License validity: perpetual
  • Copy Protection: Online Activation
  • Simultaneous Activations: 2
  • Windows: from 10 (64-Bit)
  • Mac OS (64 Bit): from 10.11
  • CPU min.: Intel Core i5
  • RAM min.: 0,5 GB
  • add. System requirements: none
Supported Formats
  • Stand Alone
  • AAX native 64-Bit
  • AU 64-Bit
  • VST2 64-Bit
  • VST3 64-Bit
  • NKS
available since September 2019
Item number 474944
sales unit 1 piece(s)
90 €
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1 Customer Reviews

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Good VA synth
Highstandards 13.05.2020
I used it in several DAWs and I get good performance from the plugin. It will depend on presets.
It's not a synth as complex as Massive X, but it gets the job done.
In easy mode, you can quickly get results and in edit mode, you can go more in depth.
The one big let down for me was the pretty weak NKS implementation. You get presets and a few controls, like in easy mode, but nothing as deep as what NI offers.
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