Out Now: Retrologue 2

We are happy to announce that along with Cubase Pro and Cubase Artist 8.5 a new version of Retrologue has been released. Most of the new features are the results of your feature requests and ideas in order to improve Retrologue in your interests in the best way possible.

An additional third oscillator, new polyphonic LFOs and an additional envelope are just some of the enhancements in the synth section. The highly flexible arpeggiator and five brand-new FX, with the innovative three-band Resonator leading the way, open up new possibilities for over fresh 400 presets that show off what Retrologue 2 has in store for you.

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Retrologue 2 is now available for download and can also be purchased separately from Cubase 8.5. Retrologue 1 user can update to R2 for 49.99 EUR/USD.

All owners of Absolute 2 can download Retrologue 2 free of charge. Please update your eLicenser Control Center to update your license and download the installer via the Absolute Download Assistant. If you purchased a boxed copy of Absolute 2 you can download the Retrologue 2 via the trial links provided below.

You can try Retrologue now for 30 days with the free trial version. The trial version comes with the same range of functionality as the full version and may be used with all VST 3, VST 2.4 und AU compatible host applications.

If you are on Windows and Retrologue 1 is installed on your system, please make sure that you uninstall the old version before installing the Retrologue 2 trial version.



Grace period
Have you purchased Retrologue 1 from October 15, 2015? Then you qualify for a free Grace Priod update!

I just updated to Cubase 9 from Cubase 8 and I’m very impressed with Retrologue 2. I think it’s one of the strongest parts of the package. Both New Users and anyone who has a prior version of Cubase and wants a creative infusion will, I think, find it in Retologue 2.

The documentation was clear for the most part. There should be some more usage tips and a little more detail about Key Select’s note buffer functions.

Anyway, I just have to say – Great job and thanks to everyone who helped make this product come to life.