Rhythmic Robot Audio Jennings Mk2 KONTAKT
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This is what happens when you take 1950s valve-driven technology - courtesy of the amazing Jennings Univox valve synthesiser - and pump it with so many tachyons that it warps through its own wormhole into an alternate future.
Well, not really. But that's kind of what we were thinking when we started Jennings Mk 2: what would a massive analogue polysynth - the kind Roland were building in the 80s, say - sound like if the only technology available was 1950s valves? A multi-oscillator monster with all kinds of LFOs and modulation and so on, but with a valve heart? Well, no such thing exists, of course; so we built it. And it turns out it sounds pretty damn swell.
Jennings Mk 2 reinvents our original Jennings Univox. With the original we aimed at a painstaking recreation of the machine the Beatles used in The Cavern down to the smallest details, but the Mk 2 version abandons historical accuracy and instead takes the concept of a valve synth far further. Instead of one detuneable oscillator, we give you three (and a sub); instead of one set of waveshaping tabs, you get two, which can be operated in parallel. The first two oscillators give you that unique and evocative 50s valve tone, while the third broadens your sonic palette hugely by roping in classic analogue waveforms including sine and noise waves. These instantly expand the typical compressed, raucous tone of the Jennings oscillators with everything from thick sawtooths to smooth sines and bright triangles. A quick twist of the Volts knob can roughen these up hugely. On the Osc 3 Effects pane you can add chorus, phasing, echo and rotary speaker to the third oscillator while leaving the blended valve tones shining through; or you can use the modelled amp cab to get a more Jenningsy tone into the third oscillator, blending it and creating a more vintage tonality.
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