Yes! How could I forget OP-X...
One of the sweetest, analog sounding softsynths around, and it has the best set of presets of them all. Seriously, go here: http://www.sonicprojects.ch/opxpro2/audioclips.html
and listen to all the clips.
A really well programmed piece of software.
Thanks . . . I just wasted an hour falling in love with those presets, only to find out that it doesn't play well with mac!
I will also pipe in that I LOVE impOSCar
by Gforce - http://www.gforcesoftware.com/ins_imposcar.php
I realize that it's not an emulation of a purely "analogue"
synth (if you want to nitpick about DCO's), but who cares if you fall in love with the sounds (and I really fell in love with the sounds). It is an emulation of a synth that's 25+ years old, and the layout and operation is very much what you expect of a vintage "analogue" synth. Give it a shot - you'll probably love it.
But don't take my word for it: http://www.vintagesynth.com/misc/imposcar.php
And, check this out because it's crazy - some guy in Germany makes dedicated controllers for VST synths that are heavily based on the look of the original synths the VST's are modelled from. Here's a video of him playing the impOSCar 2 VST with the impOSCar 2 controller he made:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfvp-R3w ... re=related
and you can check out his other work on his site here:
I realize that I've drifted off topic a bit here but this guy's work blows my mind. He's an artist and his medium is VST controllers. As far as I can tell he DOES NOT make them for sale.