Analogue Solutions Ample In-depth Review

Synthesist Michael Manning shared this hands-on review of the Analogue Solutions Ample synthesizer.

The Ample is a 3 VCO analog matrix patch pin synthesizer that pairs a traditional subtractive architecture with a big, knobby interface, a step sequencer and a touch key controller.

Manning shares his thoughts on the Ample, but also compares it to the other Analogue Solutions synths that he’s worked with.

“I would describe it as being quintessentially Analogue Solutions,” notes Manning. “It has that iconic, luxurious sound that has carried through every machine Tom has created, this time coming with a particularly beautiful LPF and an array of generous interface and performance controls.”

“While possibly not my favorite AS synth (that for me is the Impulse Command),” he adds, “this is certainly a synth worth your attention if you’re a fan of vintage tones bursting with vibrancy and soul.”

Watch the video and share your thoughts on the Ample in the comments!


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