UVI UVX80 is based on a well known Japanese manufacturer’s first analog polyphonic synth, a digitally-controlled 2+1 oscillator, 8-voice, 61-key instrument launched in 1984 with a gorgeous and futuristic-looking visual stance. Technically comparable to the JX-3P, this synth boasted a more robust architecture with 2 extra voices, a sub-oscillator, and real pulse-width modulation.
Inphonik has today announced that their plugins are available at Plugin Boutique. To celebrate this, you can save up to 60% OFF on the Inphonik RYM2612 FM Synthesizer and RX950 AD/DA converter. RYM2612 is a […]
Novation V-Station & Bass Station Bundle features two best-known almost vintage Synthesizer plugins, one which is based on the K-Station sound engine and the other on the Bass Station analog synth from 1993. For a limited […]