Get Some Ian Boddy Sounds

Camel Audio releases Ian Boddy: Analogica for Alchemy and Alchemy Player      17/08/11
Get Some Ian Boddy Sounds


Ian Boddy has been at the forefront of the UK Electronic scene since 1983, with a formidable reputation as a sound designer, and a host of album and sample CD credits. Now, Camel Audio has announced the release of Ian Boddy: Analogica for Alchemy and the Free Alchemy Player featuring 150 presets.
Analogica features over 800MB of new sounds from a drool-worthy synth collection including modular setups from Analogue Systems, Doepfer, Roland and Serge, and classics such as the VCS3, Minimoog and Moog Voyager. Here's how Camel Audio describe it...
Ian Boddy: Analogica is a rich marriage of classic synths and Alchemy's sophisticated digital manipulation. Created in a studio crammed with analogue hardware, enjoy a host of unique effects from shimmering ring mod and FM soundscapes, gently flanging pads, darting & weaving arpeggios, rich and squelchy Minimoog basses to subtle wavetable movement, gritty, growling hard sync and walls of modular madness.
Pricing and Availability:
Ian Boddy: Analogica costs $59 / €49 / £39 and works with the included Alchemy Player. More information:

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Grumpy Old Synthesist    Said...

I hope the full soundest is better than the sounds used in the demo tracks. The Alchemy sound sets are usually awesome, but this is the exception to the rule. Nothing here that couldn't have been done with 2 minutes of knob twiddling with a bog standard synth.

17-Aug-11 07:17 PM


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