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USING RETROLOGUE 2 IN CUBASE 10

The intuitive nature of subtractive synthesis and the speed at which interesting sounds can be crafted goes a long way to explaining its enduring popularity in music-making. This means that there’s a huge choice when it comes to selecting a subtractive synth, but Cubase users have a head start with the bundled Retrologue 2.

While not modelled on any specific classic synth, Retrologue takes the best bits of the best analogues and packages them with the look

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