UVI Falcon 2, the ultimate sound designer’s powerhouse evolved
UVI Falcon 2 is the evolution of the already incredibly diverse hybrid instrument, combining several advanced synthesis and sampling algorithms.
The original UVI Falcon was already very highly renowned for its incredibly diverse sound engine, it offers almost everything you need to create or manipulate any sounds – from synthesis to sample-based stuff.
Not only is it an incredibly capable tool for sampling and synthesis, it also offers advanced multi-sample capabilities like velocity-grouping and round-robin playback.
UVI Falcon 2 sees the introduction of a new Additive oscillator, to complement the already large variety of digital and analog-styled oscillators.
The new Additive offers a new take on sound-shaping capabilities blending the best of subtractive and additive synthesis, offering various controls over partials and various morphing parameters.
The latest update also introduces some new effects, an emulation of a 70’s tape echo effect, a circuit-modelled Sallen-Key filter (Classic MS-20 style) and some new distortions/redux effects.
New modulation generators…
The UVI Falcon 2 update also introduces some new modulation generator and performers. UVI has introduced new “Euclidean Tonal” and “Euclidean Drum” sequencers to open up a whole new world of sequencing capabilities, alongside a new X0X-style 8-part drum sequencer.
There is also a new “Parametric LFO” module, which sounds pretty interesting – it offers unique hands-on waveshaping capabilities for your modulation sources.
UVI has also introduced a new “Modulation Quick-Menu” system, allowing for much easier navigation of more complex patches. You also now have the ability to configure various key group templates allowing you to determine how the key group’s section works for you.
The UVI Falcon 2 update is free for all previous owners, for those who don’t yet own this sound design powerhouse – they’re running a launch promotion bundled with 2 free expansion packs. Up until the 27th October 2019, you’re looking at USD $244 (Around R3650), USD $349 (Around R5200) thereafter.
For more information check out the UVI website here.[youtube_sc url=”https://youtu.be/Y8vRk_OHfj4″]