Even in the virtual world, synths come in all shapes and sizes. Choosing the right ones may be difficult at first when you’re still new to music production, but after you go through many such plugins and understand their many differences and similarities, the choices become easier.
However, having many synths means that you create a wider variety of sounds for your compositions. Not every plugin will be your go-to synth, but enriching your sonic arsenal isn’t a bad idea unless you overspend. So if you’re currently looking for a new virtual instrument, you could also take a look at LuSH-101.
A powerful synth with an old school vibe
Unlike many plugins from D16 Group, LuSH-101 doesn’t try to be an emulation of an old school physical synth. However, it still has a very well-designed photorealistic interface that seems to reference many 80s synths. Even though it looks great, I do have a problem with the instrument’s keyboard, as I fail to understand why it has to take up a third of the interface. Thankfully, you can alter the size of the plugin’s interface, and you can choose to hide the keyboard if it gets in your way.
Keep in mind that this is a very insignificant complaint, and I can’t say that I’ve got more. LuSH-101 sounds, well, lush, and it’s fairly easy to get results out of it. Every parameter is easily adjustable, and because of the classic design, you quickly understand how to route your oscillators to envelopes and LFOs, how to add noise and effects, or how to use the arpeggiator.
Layers of sounds
What’s great about this synth is that it allows you to create up to eight layers of different sounds, meaning that you could use it to create whole songs or at least sketches. You can choose different audio outputs for each layer, so you can edit each sound separately in your DAW. And if you have any doubt about the synth’s diverse capabilities, just start browsing its presets.
LuSH-101 manages to bring forth many elements from old school electronic instruments and combine them into one powerful virtual synth that many producers will find fascinating.
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Based on the ROLAND VP-330 by the way, but has it all
Envelopes, LFOs, Filters, Holds, Dry/Wet, Feedback, Randomization and much more in complete analog emulation
MIDI and CV/Gate options with rich controls
Stereo, Monophonic and Digital Synthesis available
Strictly analog sidechain options as well
8 layers with 8 audio channels each, each with it’s own unique settings for saturation/volume/panning
While the fact that the VP-330 is a fairly famous analog synth at the time, there are several nice quirks it was missing.
The first was the missing modulation options, so the LFO actually modulates the Pitch, Pan, Gain, Volume and Filter Resonance of the filter, not just the cutoff frequency.
The second issue is that it has only one randomly assigned bank, with a fixed preset.
The third is that it has only 6 lowpass filters, but it also has a VCA.
The last is that the way it resets was with a push button. That means no midi, which is nice if you want to run it all on hardware.
But like Roland, they want your money! While the interesting tech bits make it a very classic synth, it is in no way a vintage synth. Despite the fact that Roland originally had an analog version, and released some very interesting but not as practical digital models like the VP-330, the CV/Gate, the VL-1, the LS-110 and the E-140, they now want to trade on their name to make a lot more money.
Most of the time, that seems unfair, and we’d like to point out a few things.
Even a quick look at the price will show that an upgraded version of the analog VP-330 runs a few hundred dollars more.
The CV/Gate is pretty much the exact same thing. A digital synth of the VP-330.
A VA-3 is also meant to be a substitute. It sounds a lot like a VP-330, but at $10-20 more for the 3-voice model.
For $100-$150 more, you can get a newer model that has a proper sampling module, but again, they sound very similar.
All of that said, we’ll only be reviewing the analog version of this synth. The change to a sampling model will make us withhold final judgement for
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The recipe for a creation
The Envelopes and ADSR section of LuSH-101 displays a bar graph with a waveform and lets you adjust the decay, attack, and sustain of each preset.
This section lets you choose the feedback type, so you can choose different methods of resonance for your sounds.
The master section of LuSH-101 gives you access to the oscillators and filter in each preset. The filters can be either analog or digital. For example, the analog filter emulates the classic analog circuit.
You can also use the oscillator section to create audio loops that you can use as insert effects. There’s also a ring modulator, as well as a gain stage with plenty of LFOs and a blend for the gain.
Now that you’ve found the excellent workflow you want, don’t forget to take your synth with you while you record your next track.
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Synthesizers and samplers are nice tools to get your ideas flowing. To get even more mileage out of them, you can use equipment from a recording studio to add real audio tones and sounds to your DAW, making your songs and audio projects even more diverse and challenging. However, even if you use a huge collection of plugins to make your music, you still won’t have enough tones and sounds to use them all at one time.
Having a wider toolset to use can mean that you record, edit, and mix tracks using a set of plugins, and you can’t use all of them at the same time. So to get around this problem, you could either add more synths, or you could try to emulate the effects a studio collection of consoles and outboard gear can provide.
Some of you may think that it would be way more fun to have a real studio with all the familiar analog consoles. However, if you
• 8 layers
• 8 oscillators + 4 filters
• 16 effects
• 2 arpeggiators (one arp is step and one is percussion)
• 17 presets (including 4 LuSH-101 presets)
• Loops & one-shots
• Very responsive interface
• Piano mode
• Samples included
• Audio output: USB, IOS, Remote control & any hardware synths
• 1 kHz – 16 kHz / 24 Bit resolution
• Ableton Live Lite 9.1.2 or higher & CLOUD
• Tools: Curve Editor, MIDI & one-shot editor
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What’s New in the LuSH-101?
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LuSH-101 Key Features:
– Multiple synthesis layers
– Classic ‘synth-like’ preset collection
– Great sound design library with multiple audio outputs
– Samples included
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