Introducing Trueno, the world's smallest analogue synthesiser

Realistic Sounds, Realistic Price

Ever wanted a realistic analogue sound without the price tag and drawbacks of a plugin? Thanks to Trueno, the world’s smallest analogue synthesiser, you can have exactly that.

Trueno (from the Spanish word for thunder) is a three oscillator analogue synthesiser packaged into a tiny USB stick. It features a 24 bit integrated analogue to digital converter in an aerospace grade aluminium case with a voltage controller filter, instant preset recall, and extensive modulation options.

 

The device works exactly like a plugin, allowing you to play, sequence, automate and recall presets with almost any DAW. Trueno provides true analogue sounds at a reasonable price point by eliminating the expensive user interface, operating on the fair assumption that the majority of producers will already own a MIDI keyboard and computer with which to use the USB.

 

Want to hear how it sounds? The Trueno website has uploaded a whole bunch of demos for you to try out.

 

While it isn't available in Australia just yet, keep an eye on the Mixdown website and Trueno's page for more information.

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