I have used analog modelling techniques to try and capture the magic of analog synthesisers such as the sequential prophet 5 and Yamaha CS-80 while programming the affordable digital Hydrasynth which has a very extensive list of editable synthesis parameters.
An example is using key tracking to vary the modulations on each key for sometimes very subtle variations of pwm, tone and phase to great overall effect.
I own a sequential prophet 5 that I could use for referencing and used video references for the CS-80 flavours.
The sound design for many of these sounds takes a great deal of time in order to achieve the desired results.
I hope that players with way more playing skills than me can take advantage of these sounds and create some epic music.
The equipment I currently use, besides the Hydrasynth, is a Yamaha CS101 (digital I know but sounds so different for whatever reason), a Sequential Prophet 5, a Moog Little Phatty and a Korg DW-8000. I make synthwave and chillwave music. I also have boxes of other analog synths that periodically I bring out for inspiration. I have owned and programmed most ( well so many) synths from the late 70s and early 80s. I owned them mainly when they were not the price of gold, and sold them to eat when required.
Enjoy these sounds and if you use them link me to your productions. Also I want to say that sound packs are not only useful for the sounds, but you can also look at how the sounds were designed and learn a great deal to advance your own skills. I am certainly not claiming to be a synth guru, but I may have the 10 000 hours working with synthesizers! Enjoy the sounds.
21 analog emulations of the Sequential Prophet 5 and Yamaha CS-80