Brainworx Brings Analog Synth Module Back To The Future With bx_oberhausen VI

The first virtual instrument from FX specialists Brainworx is a recreation of a 70s classic. Here's what you need to know about bx_oberhausen VI.  

An analog classic from the 70’s reborn, the bx_oberhausen is Brainworx's first virtual Instrument. Using their expert knowledge in the analog modeling world, this synthesizer is the most powerful recreation of a legend to date. The bx_oberhausen comes packed with full polyphony of up to 32 voices, allowing you to create sounds which were not possible with the hardware. Included is our Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) that was used on our Solid State Logic-approved bx_console SSL 4000 E and bx_console SSL 4000 G channel strips which accurately replicates individual component variations.

The bx_oberhausen’s voices can be combined into a powerful UNISON mode which when used with the unique TMT feature forms a complex, rich, and authentic analog sound simply unrivalled by any other virtual instruments. A key feature added to the bx_oberhausen is our Mid/Side (M/S) technology, further facilitating its uniqueness. Users can select which part of the sound passes through the filter section and which part does not. Results ranging from a solid bass foundation to crazy stereo processing are all perfectly possible! An intuitive set of effect modules were added from brands such as Mäag and more.


  • Full analog modelling with full polyphony up to 32 voices
  • TMT inside: Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) to accurately replicate individual component variations specified by the manufacturer.
  • Unison: Combine your voices to a powerful unison mode. Together with the unique TMT feature, Unison generates a rich, complex and analog sound unparalleled by any other virtual instrument.
  • M/S Technology: Create subtle effects like solid bass foundation as well as crazy stereo processing with M/S Technology.

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More


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