Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo
Description: The late 1980s and early 1990s were a time of great technological change, ushering in the digital era and bringing with it exciting new opportunities. Over the years, many digital synthesizers have emerged around the world that have changed the very idea of what a keyboard can do. Equipped with new and innovative synthesis techniques, these machines will forever change our soundscape and lay the foundation for the modern software instruments and effects we use today. Digital Synsations Volume 2 is the next step on our path to revisiting and retaining these revolutionaries, exploring the possibilities and uniqueness of three digital synthesizers from the 90s.
The influx of new synthesis techniques has given way to a plethora of phenomenal and unique synthesizers. In fact, so many have been released in such a short time that many really great keyboards have been lost sight of. We are passionate about discovering and exploring these gems as each one has a truly unique signature and many of them are lost in time. We are both proud and excited to share these sonic treasures with you. For some they will be a reunion, for others they will be completely new, in both cases we are looking forward to when their voices will again become alive like music.
With a deep understanding of the unique qualities of these machines, both their synthesis methods and signal paths, our sound engineers were able to identify the sound signatures of each synthesizer, developing a library of patches that clearly reflect the soul of each keyboard. These sounds are the basis for DS Volume 2. Over 20,000 professionally recorded samples used in 500 presets capture the authentic sounds and age-old digital character of these synthesizers. Now you can explore, tune and edit these classic synthesizers with all the comforts of a modern software instrument in your DAW of choice.
A library with the ufs extension can be copied where it is convenient, in the Falcon settings (preferences soundbank) add the path to the library.
Copy the license file from the R2R folder with the R2RUVI extension to C: ProgramData UVI R2R
a UVI Falcon sampler is required to work with the bank