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AnaMark LF

Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) Plugin by Mark Henning
AnaMark LF
AnaMark LF by Mark Henning is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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AnaMark LF (Light and Free):

  • Monophonic.
  • 1 OSC with several basic waveforms.
  • Modulation of OSC Pitch and Symmetry (Pulse Width).
  • Waveshaper.
  • 3 resonant filter types.
  • Resonator is filter-independent.
  • Filter modulation.
  • ADSR-Envelope.
  • Portamento.
  • Panorama.
  • Modulations can be synchronised to the MIDI-Clock.
  • 20 factory presets and 2 demo songs included.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 2.67 from 3 reviews

Reviewed By kritikon
November 14, 2003

This is one of those synths that I've almost wiped off my hard drive, but always stayed my hand at the last key stroke for some reason.

It's fairly basic - after all, it's a freebie version done as a taster for the fuller featured bigger brother.
It's mono (no shame in that - monos are still very useful for leads and basses). There are no FX (for me this is no problem - I often feel FX mask the true character of a VSTi).

The reason I've nearly deleted it is because it seems to have not much middle ground - it's basically a very digital sounding synth - it's designed to be - but that can really be a problem with a monosynth - digital basslines just rarely cut it in a mix - with leads it's not such a problem, but LF is either very quiet and bland, or it screams out with digital nastiness. Either way, even with a lead, it's difficult to get it to sit in a mix happily.

You can tone down the nastiness, but then it seems to lose any character at all. Some of the obscure knobs can occasionally produce a really useable patch though - you can twiddle all of the knobs to no effect whatsoever, but just one knob will get the right sound - this is also another reason I nearly deleted it; The knob terminology is so ridiculously obscure, that I have no idea what most of them do. I like programming synths - I like complicated ones and I like programming from scratch - but I still have no idea what I'm doing with LF - just bad labelling IMO.

I've still got LF because just on the odd occasion you want a bit of real noise and crunch - well it can do that quite well. In fact, I'd say LF is more suited to making industrial sounds, and if that is your style maybe it's a good synth to own. I can imagine the full version with more features could be quite useful, but LF is so "only just there" that I have never investigated it. Basically for the usual dancey stuff or pop or accoustic and most probably for rock, I don't think LF has alot of use. Grungey electro, industrial experimental then go for it - it's free anyway so what's to lose?

I really don't like to knock freebies, but this one rarely does anything for me - I only keep it because once in every 30 or so songs - I find some kind of use for it (and I'm a sad synth collector - I find it very difficult to get rid of 'em)Read Review

Reviewed By detsme
June 19, 2002

Alright !
I had downloaded this synth quite a while back and simply forgot aboutit(seems to happen more and more now...old age or too many synths ? :0 )
Anyhow, if you want piercing warm or hard basselines you simply must download this now, seriously folks I've been looking for that aceeeeeeed synth and this comes close, very close, close enough ? sometimes yes ! sometime no :(
depends on the type of Acid you want, burbly, screetching, bubbly, frogly, duckly or just beeply...
The only cons to this inspiring synth are that I can't seem to save my preset in OrionPro, a shame cause there's so many subtle sonic colorings that if you don't save it straight away you may be hard pressed to find the exact sound again.
Still here ? go download it now, it's free !Read Review

Reviewed By Jim M
June 11, 2002

Not recommended... don't even waste your time on a download, even if it is free. I will disinstall this later on today.

But, it did point up a noticeable bugaboo I'd like VSTi developers to consider...that is, PLEASE PLACE A LARGE MAIN VOLUME KNOB IN A PROMINENT PLACE IN YOUR DESIGN!!
Otherwise, bad VSTis like this can put your monitoring system into cone-testing mode quite rapidly.

Horrid GUI... many times larger than it needs to be. Pretty neon against black however.

Not a very good sounding VSTi... if you can get over how damn LOUD it sets up.

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Comments & Discussion for Mark Henning AnaMark LF

Discussion: Active
27 September 2013 at 11:08pm

NOT free AT ALL .

42 EUROS .


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