4 votes Digital Vintage Sound: Modeling Analog Synthesizers with the Wolfram Language and System Modeler Posted August 2 by skybrian Tags: analog circuit simulation, wolfram system modeller, vcv rack, eurorack, music.synthesizers https://blog.wolfram.com/2020/07/23/digital-vintage-sound-modeling-analog-synthesizers-with-the-wolfram-language-and-system-modeler/ Link information This data is scraped automatically and may be incorrect. Word count 4223 words 1 comment Collapse replies Expand all Comments sorted by most votes newest first order posted relevance OK skybrian (OP) August 2 Link From the article, by the author of the well-regarded "Vult" modules for VCV Rack: From the article, by the author of the well-regarded "Vult" modules for VCV Rack: Over the past two years, I have been releasing virtual modules for VCV Rack. One of the strong characteristics of my modules is that I try very hard to replicate in software the “analog vibes” of the sound. The analog modules are “imperfect,” in a good way. For example, a digital sine wave oscillator can produce a near-perfect signal. This perfect signal can be perceived as boring, lifeless or cold. On the other hand, an analog oscillator struggles to achieve that level of perfection but produces a sound that can be perceived as rich and warm. I will explain some of the techniques I use to model and simulate analog circuits in order to create the digital counterparts that imitate the sound.