Subtractive Synthesis is the most "classic" form of synthesis, and is still the basic for most of the more common synthesizers today. It is called "Subtractive" because you start with a full waveform, then remove the parts you don't need to create the final sound.

Audio ExamplesEdit

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Plug-In ExamplesEdit

LennarDigital Sylenth1

Native Instruments Massive

Logic ES1+ES2

Ableton Analog

Reason Subtractor, Thor

FXpansion Synth Squad

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