Four righ­teous rave in­stru­ments

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Rave Gen­er­a­tor 2 FREE

Not only does Rave Gen­er­a­tor 2 have 147 great rave stabs on board, but you can also man­gle them to your heart’s con­tent us­ing loop points, a self pro­claimed “aw­ful” de­lay, and even some au­then­tic Akaistyle timestretch­ing. blog.wavosaur.com

TAL-Sam­pler €64

If you’re lust­ing af­ter the sounds of old hard­ware sam­plers from Akai, E-MU and Linn, Togu Au­dio Line have got your back. Their sam­pler boasts the usual fil­ter­ing, en­velopes and loop­ing, as well as DAC mod­el­ling for that real­is­tic 80s sam­ple fuzz. tal-soft­ware.com

u-he Diva €179

Still hold­ing its po­si­tion as one of the finest ana­logue-em­u­lat­ing plugin syn­the­sis­ers ever made, u-he’s mon­strous Diva should be your first port of call for the kinds of warm basses, rich pads and big leads that clas­sic rave records had in spades. u-he.com

UVI Em­u­la­tion II €149

If the sounds of clas­sic E-MU gear such as the sem­i­nal Emu­la­tor and SP1200 are your thing, then this ROM­pler will tick all the right boxes. It’s a full-fat 3GB E-MU sam­ple li­brary shaped us­ing au­then­ti­cally retro-sound­ing fil­ters and a range of mod­u­la­tion. uvi.net

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