UVI’s latest virtual instrument, PX Memories, emulates the Lintronics LAMM. Besides being a faithful recreation of the analogue synth, it adds over 300 presets and new playing functions not found in the original.
For the uninitiated, the LAMM (Lintronics Advanced Memory Moog) is not quite a synth in itself – but rather a popular aftermarket mod for the Memorymoog that came out in 1992.
LAMM introduced improvements to the Memorymoog’s MIDI implementation, expanded I/O and offered enhanced stereo output. These days, Memorymoogs with the LAMM mod can fetch $20,000 in the used market.
PX Memories features authentic sounds taken from a “pristine, fully-serviced” specimen. UVI says each patch was extensively multi-sampled in the LAMM’s normal, factory and unison modes.
Sounds are divided into 16 categories, with 353 presets fashioned out of 171 programs. Because each patch is fully-customisable, you can also use them as a jumping-off point for sound design.
Going digital also offers benefits outside of the analogue original, including the ability to load two programs simultaneously, and new polyphonic unison modes for performance.
Check out an overview of PX Memories below:
PX Memories is available now with an intro price of $49 (usually $79).
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