Vacuum Pro - Polyphonic Analog Tube Synthesizer
The "vacuum" part of the name Vacuum Pro relates to the six tube circuits that lend a particularly analog flavor to each of the main synthesis modules—oscillators, filters, mixer, etc. Vacuum Pro provides a modern, idealized vision of the versatility and potential of analog synthesis, rather than attempting to isolate and recreate just one particular moment from history.
The smart knob model used in Vacuum Pro provides anyone— from novice to pro—the ability to create unique instrument sounds:
I thoroughly enjoy this VST. The appearance gives the feeling of a gothic or steampunk laboratory. Good on them for ambiance and design. They did something right with Vacuum because the sound is staggeringly good and its very hard to find presets that aren't inspiring or useful.Read Review
very good synthesizer.
it has a rich and powerful sound with an original and colorful sound.
its sound range is quite wide with very good bass and very good leads.
Don't let the low price fool you into overlooking this top quality synth.
I can't add much to what the previous reviewers have said, except to mention that it's my first line when I'm looking for phat bass sounds and rich pads. It has other tricks up its sleeve as well.
It hasn't been updated in a few years, but this actually has the benefit that it's very efficient as far as resource usage. Soundwise, it doesn't need to be updated. It's aimed at emulating vintage synths, so why update it?
If there's one thing that might be a negative, it's that the UI is not resizable. Not that big an issue for me, as it looks great on my aging 14" laptop, and my desktop DAW system uses dual 23" monitors. If you use a 4K monitor, it probably starts to look pretty tiny.Read Review
It's basic, full of capabilities and quite simple as long as you use the presets.
It's much more complicated without but it's only because you have millions of possibilities. It's quite hard to meet the sound you have in mind but it's amazing to experiment new sounds and unusual vibes.
Still, the sound of VacuumPPro is so 80's;o).Read Review