over 199 € gratis (inden for Danmark)
Take 6 iconic vintage synthesizers, carefully restore them, create a massive array of presets and deeply multi-sample them, professionally process and master the sounds, infuse them into the industry proven UVI Engine which gives you endless sound shaping options, then wrap the results in immaculately prepared GUIs and you´ve got UVI Vintage Legends; 6 brand-new soft synths with the brilliant depth and character of classic hardware.
Instantly call up inspiration from the Yamaha CS-70M, CS-40M and CS-20M, the crazy Italian Elka Synthex, the Rhodes Chroma, the king of FM—the Yamaha DX1, the rare DK Synergy, and rediscover the classic K250.
UVI have been producing sound for over twenty years and designing their own software for more than twelve. They´ve found that virtual instruments with a foundation in sampling have a more defined character and distinct sound quality than those based on digital modeling.
The trouble with sample-based instruments is that they´re typically lacking in expression and flexibility; one sample, one sound. UVI hybrid instruments are more flexible than a conventional ROMpler and more authentic than a simulation, giving you the best of both worlds. Vintage Legends integrates over 30,000 samples from classic synths into the acclaimed UVI Engine, giving you the distinct character of hardware with the added control, convenience and power of a modern digital instrument.
In fact, UVI think Vintage Legends sounds better than the hardware that inspired it. Taking these classic tones into new sonic territory, the UVI Engine delivers massive unison spreads, abundant polyphony, thick modeled filters, drive, reverbs, modulation, FX and much, much more. Needless to say UVI´s instruments will never need to be serviced or go out of tune (unless you want them to) and they´re far easier to lug around than hardware!
This product requires an iLok Key which is used to store the license.
Tillykke til vinderen af december: Jose Luis Quesafa Garcia, Valencia (ES)
Forrige måneds vinder (november): Filipe Silva Costa, Vila Nova De Milfontes (PT)