Nautilus AL-1 Engine


The AL-1 engine is another synthesis engine found in Korg synthesizers, such as the Korg Kronos and the Korg OASYS. It is an analog modeling synthesis engine that is designed to recreate the sound of vintage analog synthesizers.

The AL-1 engine uses advanced modeling algorithms to simulate the behavior of various components of an analog synthesizer, such as voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs), filters, and amplifiers. This allows it to produce rich, warm, and expressive sounds that are reminiscent of classic analog synthesizers from the 1970s and 1980s.

The AL-1 engine also includes a number of features that are typically found in modern digital synthesizers, such as extensive modulation capabilities, programmable arpeggiators, and a wide range of effects processing options. These features make it a versatile tool for sound design and music production, allowing users to create a broad range of sounds from vintage synth pads and leads to more contemporary electronic tones.