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Digital Synsations | The New Life by The Circuit Symphony

UVI Official on April 11, 2013 10:37

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    www.uvi.net/digital-synsations.html

    Price : $199

    UVI introduces UVI Digital Synsations, a vast library inspired by four 90s classic synths – the Yamaha SY77, the Korg M1, the Roland D50 and the Ensoniq VFX.

    Get the true character of these classic synths combined with the UVI Engine in an extremely easy to use and fast to edit environment in a modern virtual instrument.
    Digital Synsations includes over 500 patches expertly programmed on fully restored synths‚ used by many of the greats including Depeche Mode, The Cure, Pet Shop Boys, Vangelis, Brian Eno, Toto, 808 State, Jean Michael Jarre and more.

    SYNSATIONAL INSPIRATIONS
    - Yamaha SY77 : Get versatile sonic results thanks to the AFM engine, RCM hybrid synthesis and 16-bit sampled sounds.

    - Korg M1 : Thanks to the AI (Advanced Integrated) synthesis, a hybrid synthesis engine, achieve even greater sonic diversity.

    - Ensoniq VFX : With its advanced parameter mapping that allows up to 15 sources, create extremely complex modulations and sound shaping.

    - Roland D50 : Produce single hybrid sounds or complex cross modulations with this purely digital signal path.

    *UVI is not affiliated, endorsed or sponsored by the Yamaha Corporation, the Korg Corporation, the Roland Corporation or the Ensoniq Corp. All trademarks are held by their respective owners.

    Released by: UVI Official
    Release date: Apr 11, 2013

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