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One of Native Instruments’ first-ever synths was the Pro-Five, a software take on the classic Prophet-5. Pro-Five eventually became Pro-53 in 2002 which pretty much became a classic soft synth in its own right (yes, we’re all old enough and far enough into the history of synths for software synths to start having a ‘classic’ status), but the synth was eventually discontinued a mere decade ago. Super 8 is Native Instruments’ first poly-synth release since Pro-53 – which seems hard to believe – and while it offers lots of the sound and feel of synths gone by (notably Sequential and Roland), it’s very much its own beast, with a very distinctive design and a no-nonsense approach to programming.


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