The U-No-62 is a polyphonic virtual analogue synth with a unique filter sound. An original Roland JUNO 60 was used as reference for the oscillators and filters. Like the original, the plugin is capable of self-resonance and thus could be used to some degree as a tone generator. The filter section also features controls for envelope amount and polarity, LFO modulation and keyboard tracking. In addition, a non-resonant highpass filter is provided to thin out lower frequencies.
*Polyphonic (6 voices)
*One syncable LFO with five different waveforms
*24 dB lowpass filter with self oscillation, non-resonant high-pass filter
*Fast ADSR envelopes
*Smooth cutoff changes (also with midi controllers)
*Velocity sensitive filter envelope
*Midi learn for all potis
*Supports all sample rates
U-No-62 sounds very vintage, the GUI is not overcrowded - there are knobs, sliders here and there ;), CPU load is low - you can easily run few instances.
Well, it isn't the deepest synth available but i think it's worth having it in collection. The main weapon of U-No-62 is good sounding chorus - there are two types of chorus, you can turn on both and this will surely help you to create some massive, vintage sounds.
Demo: (of previous U-No-60 version)