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Softube’s Parallels summons up classic oscillators easily

Until recently, Softube had mostly been known for its hardware emulation talents. With a plugin back-catalog made up mostly of classic hardware effects, as well as several projects done in collaboration with other companies – Universal Audio, Propellerhead and more – you’d be forgiven for wondering when exactly the Swedish software developer was going to get around to making a classic synth.

Actually, the company’s roster wasn’t completely devoid of instruments; the Heartbeat drum synth has been knocking out a pulse for a few years, and the recent(ish) launch of Modular – a complete Eurorack setup emulated for use in your DAW – gave a few indications of where things might be heading.

Enter Parallels, Softube’s new release, and the company’s emulation talented are being put to even better use, with a synthesizer that apes a collection of classic and sought-after units alongside a gathering of

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