Vector Pro - User Manual
Software User Manual
Version 1.0
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Table of Contents
Introduction.............................................................................................................................4
Getting Started.......................................................................................................................5
Installing Your License on an iLok Key........................................................................6
Installing Your License on a Computer........................................................................7
Loading Vector Pro...............................................................................................................8
Vector Pro VS
Edit Page.............................................................................................................................9
Mod Page...........................................................................................................................11
Preset List..........................................................................................................................12
Vector Pro VX
Edit Page.............................................................................................................................13
Mod Page...........................................................................................................................15
Arp Page.............................................................................................................................16
Preset List..........................................................................................................................17
Vector Pro 22
Edit Page.............................................................................................................................18
Preset List..........................................................................................................................19
UVI Workstation: Tips and Tricks....................................................................................20
Credits and Thanks...............................................................................................................21
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Introduction
In the summer of 1986 a renowned American synth manufacturer
Filtering, modulation, expression and effects are all realized with the
released a machine with a remarkable new method of constructing
capable UVI Engine, offering near-limitless customization options.
sound. That machine was the Sequential Prophet VS and the method
Two basic architectures are provided in Vector Pro, VS and VX. Vector
was vector synthesis. A ground-breaking instrument in its time and
Pro VS offers an efficient and flexible single oscillator system which
still a sought-after collectible to this day, the Prophet VS was ill-fated
expresses quite unmistakably the qualities of the Prophet VS. Vector
in the market for a number of reasons and its failure signaled the
Pro VX takes things a step further with a dual-layer system built
end of Sequential’s distinguished legacy. Needless to say the tonal
on a library of raw multi-sampled waveforms. This system allows
range and sheer flexibility of the Prophet VS was brilliant. The new
for the exploration of completely new sounds with independent
digital vector synthesis engine was placed in front of an all-analog
control of each layers amp, filter, stereo and effects sections, a
signal path with renowned Curtis amps and filters giving it incredible
built-in LFO, step modulator and two versatile arpeggiators. User
warmth and an unmistakable character. The palette of sounds that
interfaces for both recall the classic design of the Prophet VS and
were possible with the VS was immense. Not only did it offer a world
sport a full array of programmable controls that should be both
of never-before heard sounds but it could closely imitate both the
immediate and intuitive to anyone with synthesizer experience.
analog classics and its modern digital peers alike. Another first, the
Prophet VS saw great emphasis placed on expressive control over a
As a bonus we’ve included Vector Pro 22. Made in the same depth
stereo sound stage allowing for great depth and dimension, leading
and fashion as Vector Pro VS, Vector Pro 22 details the classic
in large part to it capturing the imagination of an entire generation of
Yamaha SY22 vector synthesizer. The SY22 was designed by
film composers including the seminal Vangelis and John Carpenter.
former Sequential engineers after Yamaha purchased the group
and is loosely based on the Prophet VS architecture. Offering
Vector Pro begins with one of these rare treasures, a fully serviced
its own unique character and modulation opportunities, the
Sequential Prophet VS. Sound designers in our studio poured over
SY22’s sound makes a perfect compliment to the VS library.
and through this machine to create a multitude of patches, from
textbook classics to the wild and experimental, resulting in a true
Vector Pro offers a huge range of sounds of both impeccable
exposition of the machines capabilities. These patches were then
quality and distinct character. A great sounding instrument
multi-sampled through a world-class system at high-resolution,
sure to please sound designers, producers, composers
capturing every detail. While no sample-based instrument can ever
or anyone else looking for sonic inspiration.
be definitive in a true sense, Vector Pro offers a staggeringly thorough
depiction of the Prophet VS with a 30gb library of sample data.
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Getting Started
Compatibility
Compatibility
Audio Units, VST, MAS, AAX or standalone via.
VST, AAX or standalone via.
UVI Workstation or MachFive 3
UVI Workstation or MachFive 3
Minimum System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements
Intel CPU
Core Duo or faster
4 GB of RAM
4 GB of RAM
30 GB of disk space
30 GB of disk space
Mac OS X 10.7 or higher
Windows 7 or higher
iLok account (free, dongle not required)
iLok account (free, dongle not required)
Installing the UFS File
What’s a UFS File?
1. Copy ‘Vector Pro.ufs’ to your computer
UFS is UVI’s monolithic instrument file format.
2. Launch UVI Workstation or Mach Five 3
All required assets for an instrument including samples, presets,
3. Go to [Preferences > Sound Banks]
scripts, FX and impulse responses are contained within a single
4. Click add ‘[...]’ and select the folder containing the ufs file
UFS file. This approach allows for an extremely flexible workflow
5. Restart the application
with minimal overhead for file management and updating.
Vector Pro will now appear in the browser’s ‘Sound Banks’ section
Authorize the Way You Want
Your Vector Pro license allows 3 seperate authorizations on any combination of computers and iLok keys.
License management is done through the iLok License Manager and is a simple drag-and-drop process.
Visit https://www.ilok.com/ to download iLok License Manager and create your free account.
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Installing Your License on an iLok Key
First, make sure you have downloaded and
1
installed the latest iLok License Manager from
www.ilok.com
Once installed, launch the iLok License Manager
2
and log in to your iLok account (if you don’t have
one, please create one on the iLok website)
Then:
1. Go to the ‘Available’ tab
2. Drag and drop the license onto your iLok key
3
3. Click ‘OK’ when prompted to confirm activation
4. A dialog box will appear stating the process was
successful, click ‘OK’
5. You can now see that the license has been
successfully transferred to your iLok key
4
The process is complete, you can now quit iLok
License Manger.
Note: To see how many authorizations you have left
simply select the license and click ‘Show Details’
Note: If you need to deactivate your license at any
time, simply right-click it and select ‘Deactivate’—
doing so will return your license to
the ‘Available’ tab
5
6
Installing Your License on a Computer
First, make sure you have downloaded and
1
installed the latest iLok License Manager from
www.ilok.com
Once installed, launch the iLok License Manager
2
and log in to your iLok account (if you don’t have
one, please create one on the iLok website)
Then:
1. Go to the ‘Available’ tab
2. Drag and drop the license onto your computer
3
3. Click ‘OK’ when prompted to confirm activation
4. A dialog box will appear stating the process was
successful, click ‘OK’
5. You can now see that the license has been
successfully transferred to your computer
4
The process is complete, you can now quit iLok
License Manger.
Note: To see how many authorizations you have left
simply select the license and click ‘Show Details’
Note: If you need to deactivate your license at any
time, simply right-click it and select ‘Deactivate’—
doing so will return your license to
the ‘Available’ tab
5
7
Loading Vector Pro
in UVI Workstation
in MachFive 3
Once you’ve installed the UFS file (see page 5) open
Once you’ve installed the UFS file (see page 5) open
UVI Workstation and do the following:
MachFive 3 and do the following:
1
1
1. Double-click the browser screen
1. Double-click the part browser screen
2
2
3
3
2. Locate Vector Pro in the Soundbank tab
3. Select the desired instrument and double-click it
2. Locate Vector Pro in the Soundbank tab
3. Select the desired instrument and double-click a patch
The instrument loads and you’re ready to jam!
The instrument loads and you’re ready to jam!
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VS - Edit Page
Globals + Page
1
Noise
6
Effects
5
Amp
3
Filter
2
Modwheel
4
The UI is divided into two pages; [Edit] and [Mod]. Primary controls such as amp, filter, stereo, pitch and effects are available on the [Edit] page. Clicking
the [Mod] button at the top of the interface reveals the second page of controls containing the LFO and Step Modulator. Presets are accessible directly
through the browser in UVI Workstation/MachFive.
1
Globals + Page
»Mono
Disables polyphony if active
»Arp
Filter cutoff frequency
Filter resonance amount
Sets the UI to the Edit page
»Mod
Sets the UI to the Mod page
2
Filter
(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]
» Vel Sens
Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity
»Depth
Depth of the filters EG
» Cutoff Freq
Cutoff frequency of the Filter
5
Effects
»Phaser
3
Amp
»ADSR
Adjust effect mix amount
»Delay
Typical envelope controls for the amp
»Velocity
Adjust effect mix amount
»Reverb
Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity
Adjust effect mix amount
» Vel > Atk
Remaps Attack to Note Velocity
»ADSR
Typical envelope controls for the filter
»Filter
Multimode filter can be set to low-pass
[additional controls available in UVIWS/
»Edit
Speed of the tremolo (sync)
» Filter Type
Toggle built-in arpeggiator on/off
MF arp page]
»Tremolo
»Resonance
6
Noise
»Amount
4
Modwheel
This section provides a quick way to
map common controls to your MIDI
Adjust noise mix amount
»White/Pink
Select white or pink noise types
keyboards modwheel
»Vibrato
Speed of the vibrato (free)
9
VS - Edit Page
7
Drive
9
Pitch
8
Stereo
7
[continued]
Stereo
»Color
Utilizes neighboring samples from the
library to a unique effect
»Spread
Sets the stereo width (in ALT and UNI
modes only)
»Detune
Detunes the unison layers (UNI mode
only)
» Mode - Off
Sets the stereo mode to OFF
(monophonic)
8
» Mode - Alt
Sets the stereo mode to ALT; stereo
position alternates L/R every note, width
»Depth
Sets the depth of portamento [Poly]
»Time
Sets the glide time for both modes
controlled by [SPREAD]
» Mode - Uni
Sets the stereo mode to UNI; layers
multiple samples and augments them for
increased stereo presence, modify with
[COLOR] and [DETUNE]
Pitch
9
Drive
»Amount
Sets the drive amount
» On/Off Switch
» Mode - Chorus
Activates hardware Chorus layer
10
VS - Mod Page
1
LFO
1
Step Modulator
2
LFO
»Sync
Toggle LFO sync to host tempo
»Speed
Set the LFO speed
» EG Depth
Set the depth of the LFO envelope
»Attack
Set the LFO envelope attack time
»Decay
Set the LFO envelope decay time
»Shape
Select the LFO waveform: Sine, Square,
Triangle or Sample & Hold (random)
» > Pitch
Set the pitch modulation amount
» > Drive
Set the drive modulation amount
» > Volume
Set the volume modulation amount
2
Step Modulator
» Step Value
Saving Presets
» UVI Workstation
Set the per-step value (draw with
1. Click the [Multimode] button in the
mouse, double-click to enter explicit
main toolbar
values)
2. Click the [Wrench] icon
»Grid
Set the step speed/resolution
»Steps
Set the number of steps to playback
3. Select ‘Save Multi’
»MachFive3
1. Click the [Wrench] icon and save as a
Multi (all parts) or as a Program [single]
»Delay
Set the initial delay time
»Rise
Set the time to activate smooth
»Smooth
Settings for both UVI Workstation and
MachFive will be saved automatically
with your project if you’re working within
a DAW.
Interpolates sub-step values for a
smooth modulation
» > Volume
Set the volume modulation amount
» > Filter
Set the filter modulation amount
» > Filter
Set the filter modulation amount
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Preset List - VS
Arpeggios-Steps:
Analog Tanger
Mayhem of Steps
New World Order
Orbital Wheel
Parasitiac
Playing Land
RinoceChord
Space Transmission
Step Dirty
The Discover
Vectorification
Wheel Delay
Bass:
Anabass
Diplodobass
DNA VS Wheel
Glasswheel
Jarstice
Mati Bass
Mog Bass
Shaft VS
Slapotron
Square Wheel
Vector Bass
Vector Slap
Video Games
VSub Bass
Yeti Foot
Zebroid
Bells-Mallet:
Classic VS
Digi Mallet
Digital Bellstation
Evolubells
Fairlight B
Florin Bells
GIK Digital
Little Bell
Numericabel
Pluck Wood
PPG Like
Prophet Bells
Soft Orgabells
Space Carillon
Steely Drums
Sunlight
Synth Tiny Bells
That VS Bell
Tubular
Vector Bello
Wolf Band
Woody VS
Zanga Bella
Brassy:
Cold Brass
Kevin Brass
OB Stew Fly
Synth Brass
Vector Hybrass
Keyboards:
Almost Grand
Clavi Phase
Digital Road
Fender Bells
Funky Soft
HarpVSichord
Little Piano
Metalicia K
More than FM
Morphed Keys
NumeriClav
OrgAfrica
Pro Dyno
Prophet Road
ReggAttack
Rootsrgan
Soft Harpsy
Soft Organ
Space Keys
Spacial Keys
Tramp Super
Vector Road
VectorGan
VS Rlitzer
VS Tines
Leads:
Analead
Bob Corn
Eleadstic
Ethiopian Lead
Fivotron
Funky Beach
God Given
Harvard Square
Leadotron
Long Beach
Mad Justice
Mog Lead
Poly Age
Shaft Lead
Smoothy
Solage
Solivox
Solo Nono
Vanilla Lead
Pads:
Cold and Calm
Dark Pador
Detuned Voices
Evolution
Harry Zone A
Hybridizer
Islandia
Larger Voices
Mellocoton
PaDyno
Panichoirs
Phasy Holly
PolaVocaroid
Polymorphe
Pomade
Rain Forest
SFX Bell Pad
Soft Choir
Soft Tines
Sorin Pad
Step Padder
Vocal Ensemble
Vox Digitali
VP Choirs Like
Yes You Are
Polysynth:
Anafunk
Big Stack
Clintonix
Complex City
Digital Stack
Funky Smooth
Hybrid Poly
Metal Poly
Moving Tune
Nueva Poly
Organ Funky Stab
Panicota
PoLead
Poly Back Feed
Polypad
Raw Square
Resophonic
Softy Brassy Poly
Squarly
Stack Anovist
Table Top
Thriller Droid
Ze Cycle
Strings:
Analog STR
Eminent
Hybrid Baroque
Ominous VS
Phaser Strings
String Machine
Vector Fast Strings
Vector Slow Strings
VoxChestra
Sweeps:
Bottle Sweep
Equinox
Fast Sync
Invert Jarre
Multi Sweep
Poly Sweep
Soft Sweep
Square Sweep Step
Sweepy Martinez
UVI Filter Sweep
Wheel Glassweep
Xtra Waveforms
Bells:
Bass Bell
Bell Partials 1
Bell Partials 2
Bells 01
Bells 02
Bells 03
Bells 04
Bells 05
Bells 06
Bells 07
Bells 08
Bells 09
Bells 10
Bells 11
Bells 12
Bells 13
Bells 14
Brutal:
1-Heavy Seventh
Brutal 01
Brutal 02
Brutal 03
Brutal 04
Brutal 05
Brutal 06
Brutal 07
Brutal 08
Brutal 09
Brutal 10
Brutal 11
Brutal 12
Brutal 13
Brutal 14
Brutal 15
Brutal 16
Chip Tune:
Chip Tune 01
Chip Tune 02
Chip Tune 03
Chip Tune 04
Chip Tune 05
Chip Tune 06
Chip Tune 07
Chip Tune 08
Chip Tune 09
Chip Tune 10
Chip Tune 11
Chip Tune 12
Chip Tune 13
Chip Tune 14
Chip Tune 15
Digital:
3rd and 5th
Digital 01
Digital 02
Digital 03
Digital 04
Digital 05
Digital 06
Digital 07
Digital 08
Digital 09
Digital 10
Digital 11
Digital 12
Digital 13
Vocal
Organ:
Organ 01
Organ 02
Organ 03
Organ 04
Organ 05
Organ 06
Organ 07
Organ 08
Organ 09
Organ 10
Organ 11
Organ 12
Organ 13
Organ 14
Organ 15
Organ 16
Organ 17
Organ 18
Waves:
01-Sine
02-Saw
03-Square
04-Pulse 1
05-Pulse 2
06-Saw 3rd and 5th
07-Sine 5th
08-Sine 2-Oct
09-Sine 4-Oct
10-Saw 5th
11-Saw 2-Oct
12-Square 5th
13-Square Oct and 5th
14-Square 2-Oct
Pure:
Pure 01
Pure 02
Pure 03
Pure 04
Pure 05
Pure 06
Pure 07
Pure 08
Pure 09
Pure 10
Pure 11
Pure 12
Pure 13
Pure 14
Pure 15
Vocal
Thin:
Thin 01
Thin 02
Thin 03
Thin 04
Thin 05
Thin 06
Thin 07
Thin 08
Thin 09
Thin 10
Thin 11
Thin 12
Thin 13
Thin 14
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VX - Edit Page
Presets
1
Layer Globals
3
Edit
5
Pitch
6
2
Pages
4
Master Gain
7
Amplitude
8
Drive
The UI is divided into three pages; [Edit], [Mod] and [Arp]. Primary controls such as amp, filter, stereo, pitch and effects are available on the [Edit] page.
Clicking the [Mod] button at the top of the interface reveals the second page of controls containing the LFO and Step Modulator. The final [Arp] page
presents an independent arpeggiator for each layer.
Main
Basic Controls
1
5
Presets
Select a global preset from the pull-
Layer Edit
7
»ADSR
Attack / Decay / Sustain / Release
» Edit 1 | Edit 2 | Edit All
down menu or browse them with the
Choose to edit layers 1 or 2 seperately or
Prev/Next arrows
simultaneously
envelope for the Amplitude section
» Velocity > Attack
Modulates attack amount based on
» Wave Menu
2
Pages
6
Layer Globals
» On/Off Toggle
Turn layers 1 and 2 on or off
»Volume
Adjust the Volume of each layer
»Pan
Adjust the Pan of each layer
result in long attacks; high velocities
row and the wave in the second
one of the 3 options; Edit, Mod or Arp
3
incoming note velocity. Low velocities
Choose the wave category in the first
Change the current page by selecting
Pitch
result in short attacks.
» No Velocity
Sets all incoming notes to max velocity
»Tune
Adjust the pitch in Semitones/Cents
»Depth
Adjust the Portamento depth
»Mono
Toggle between Mono and Poly voicing
Amplitude
8
Drive
» On/Off Switch
»Amount
Sets the amount of drive
»Octave
Adjust the pitch in Octaves
4
Master Gain
Set the Output Gain for the instrument
»Time
Set the Glide time
13
VX - Edit Page
Modwheel
12
Stereo
9
[continued]
Basic Controls (continued)
9
Stereo
»Mode
Off / Alternate Pan / Unison
»Color
Shifts color based on adjacent samples
»Spread
Change the stereo width
»Detune
UNI Mode Only: setunes layers
10
Filter
11
Effects
10 Filter
11 Effects
»ADSR
»Power/Amount
Attack / Decay / Sustain / Release
Choose from Phaser, Delay, Reverb and
envelope for the Filter section
Chorus (additional controls available in
»Cutoff
the Effects page of UVIWS and MF)
Filter cutoff frequency
»Resonance
Adjust the resonance (Q) of the Filter
» EG Depth
12 Modwheel
»Power/Amount
Easily route your controllers Modwheel
Modifies the amount of ADSR envelope
to control common parameters such as
to be applied to the Filter
Vibrato, Tremolo and Filter Depth
»Velocity
Adjust the Velocity > Filter sensistivity
»Type
Choose Filter mode; High Pass, Band
Pass, or Low Pass
14
VX - Mod Page
Sync
Step Sequencer
5
4
Mod Routing
Control the amounts of LFO modulation
Sync
to be applied to various parameters
Enable/Disable LFO sync to Host Tempo
2
Waveforms
Choose LFO waveform; Sine, Triangle,
Square or Sample & Hold
3
Waveforms
4
Mod Routing
3
LFO Controls
7
Mod Routing
6
Params
1
LFO
1
2
Step Modulator
»Attack
Attack time for the Speed envelope
»Decay
Decay time for the Speed envelope
transition
»Smooth
Interpolates values between adjacent
Step Sequencer
for a custom LFO effect
Interactive editor for programming
sequenced modulations; bar height
equals mod amount
Change the LFO Speed
to be applied to the LFO
Time to activate step with a smooth
steps to smooth parameter modulation
5
»Speed
Adjusts the amount of Attack and Decay
Delay time to activate first step
»Rise
including; Pitch, Drive, Volume and Filter
LFO Controls
» EG Depth
»Delay
7
Mod Routing
Control the amounts of modulation to be
applied to various parameters including;
6
Params
Volume and Filter
»Grid
Change the sequencers step length
»Steps
Change the amount of steps for the
sequencer to play
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VX - Arp Page
1
Step Indicator
1
5
Arp On/Off
Step Editor
2
6
Grid
Tie
3
7
Arp Mode
4
Layer 1 > Layer 2
9
Steps
8
Gate
10
Octave
Step Indicator
5
LED lights up when step is triggered
Arp On/Off
Toggle the Arpeggiator On/Off
10 Octave
Set the pitch range of the Arpeggiator
in Octaves
2
Step Editor
6
16-step sequencer; affects Velocity
3
Tie
Grid
Change the step length
7
When active, step inherets Velocity from
Arp Mode
Select Up, Down, or Up and Down
the previous step
8
4
Layer 1 > Layer 2
Gate
Change the step length (knob value
When active, Arpeggiator 1 affects
ranges from zero to the tracks
both layer 1 and layer 2 (whereas
Resolution setting)
when disabled each Arp modifies its
corresponding layer only)
9
Steps
Sets the Arpeggiators step length
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Preset List - VX
00-Init
Arpeggios:
AR-Cosmo Wheel
AR-Diode Power
AR-Hernani
AR-Kitch Pop Corn
AR-Lake O Neil
AR-Liquid Emo
AR-T Show
AR-The Phoenix
AR-Vector Hugo
AR-Very Wheel
AR-Zenitude
Bass:
BS-Dub Punk
BS-Fusion Wheel
BS-God Given
BS-Hurry Fashion
BS-Jack in The Bass
BS-Rage Analog
BS-So Phat
BS-Sub Culture
BS-Super Wet
BS-Wheel Take Us
BS-X Seq Mania
BS-You and Bass
BS-Zebra Wheel
Bells:
BL-Analog Bell 1
BL-Belly Bello
BL-Broken Bells
BL-DigiBell One
BL-DigiBell Two
BL-Dulce De Leche
BL-Ego Bells
BL-Monster Mos
BL-Osphore Bells
BL-Ring My Bell
BL-Solarium
BL-Square Bells
BL-Unity
BL-Vibrations
BL-Wheel Bell
BL-Wheel Mutan
Brass:
BR-Abrasic
BR-Coach O New
BR-Old Movie
BR-Simple Funk Brass
BR-Slow Motion
Chords:
CH-Activation
CH-Aliens Wheel
CH-Arp Chordix
CH-Bi Cephale
CH-Big Beauty
CH-Mother Guez
CH-Multisonic
CH-Windax Boxer
CH-Yes you Can
CH-Zebuloid
CH-Zoologic
FX:
FX-Cochon in Space
FX-Mansion
FX-Neptoms
Keyboards:
KB-ClaVector
KB-CP Impressions
KB-Dyno VS
KB-Harpsonic Castle
KB-Keys VS Seq
KB-Lunar Organ
KB-Organix
KB-Prophet Tines
KB-Synth Cheezy
KB-The VX Doors
KB-Vintage Vibes
LD-Solo Poly Wheel
LD-Vintage Lead
LD-Vocal Theremin
Pads:
PD-ARP Ominous
PD-Beautypad
PD-Captain Cousteau
PD-Cold Waves
PD-Creative Wheel
PD-Dancer in the Dark
PD-Dual And Lua
PD-Filter Sweep
PD-Morpho
PD-Network Reso
PD-Nineties
PD-Noise Beat
PD-Padamento
PD-Sol Air One
PD-Sweepy Morales
PD-Tanger Wear
PD-Vocal Gliding
Plucks:
PL-Busy Times
PL-Digital Wheel
PL-Glass Lounge
PL-Numericharp
PL-Polymentos
PL-Polyson
PL-Soly Polo
PL-Sugar Man
Leads:
LD-Duck Dance
LD-Entrance
LD-FeedbacKing
LD-Giga Bass Lead
LD-Nasaloide
LD-Overwheeling
LD-Screamer
LD-Seq BAF
LD-So Digital
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22 - Edit Page
1
Stereo
2
Mono/Poly
1
Amplitude
3
Bit Crusher
7
Drive
6
Pitch
5
Mono/Poly
Switch between mono and poly modes
2
4
» Filter Type
Multimode filter can be set to low-pass
Stereo
» Mode - Off (mono)
» Mode - Alt
Stereo position alternates L/R every
note, width controlled by [SPREAD]
» Mode - Uni
Layers multiple samples and augments
them for increased stereo presence
»Color
Utilizes neighboring samples from the
library to a unique effect
(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]
»ADSR
Typical envelope controls for the filter
»VEL
Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity
»CUT
Filter cutoff frequency
»RES
Filter resonance amount
»ENV
Depth of the filters EG
»Spread
Sets the stereo width
»Tune
Detunes the unison layers (UNI mode)
3
Amplitude
5
»ADSR
Typical envelope controls for the amp
»Velocity
Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity
Pitch
»Depth
7
»Time
Sets the glide time for both modes
6
Drive
» On/Off Switch
»Amount
Filter
8
Effects
9
Modwheel
Bit Crusher
» Bit Crusher On/Off
Enable/Disable the Bit Crusher effect
»Bit
Set the bit reduction
»Frequency
Set the Bit Crusher sample rate
»Drive
Adjust the overdrive amount of the
Bit Crusher effect
8
Effects
»Phaser
Adjust effect mix amount
»Delay
Adjust effect mix amount
»Reverb
Adjust effect mix amount
Sets the depth of portamento [Poly]
» Vel > Atk
Remaps Attack to Note Velocity
Filter
4
9
Modwheel
»Power/Amount
Easily route your controllers Modwheel
to control common parameters such as
Vibrato, Tremolo and Filter Depth
Sets the drive amount
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Preset List - 22
Bass:
Agressynth
Back in the days
Bassy Dub
Danger in Boots
Dead or a Bass
Eighties Bass
Funkitch Slap
Jazz Acoustic
Just Ice Bass
Keetchew Bass
Music Man
No Fret
Obese Vector
Square Bass
Switch
Toy Bass
Vectorgelis
Welcome Zapp
Bells:
Airy Bells
Asian Bells
Blow Bells
Chandel Bells
Children Box
Digital Bells
Dream my Bell
Farfibells
Glock and Spiel
Metal Licks
Mixed Bells
Origami
Pure Bells
Vector Bells
Brass:
Analog Brass
Cheezy Brass
Cheezy Trumpet
Crawl Brass
FM Band
Frenchies One
Hooks Machine
Horn Section
Large Horns
OBrass
Poly Brassy Endy
Poly Brassy
Synth Brass
Guitars:
Distortion Poly
Distortion Solo
Distortion
Harmonics
Harpybrid
Muted
Tiny Electric
Twelve Strings
Ultra Short
Keys:
AcoustHybrid
Arial Keys
Chandel Dyno
Clavector
Concert Pad
Crystal Space
Digital Keys
ETines
Farfitoys
FM History
Gospel Tines
Grand Pad
Grand Twenty Two
Hard Psychord
Hybrid Keys
Keyvolution
Pianissimo
Pop Organ
Smooth Jazz
Think Clav
Toy Piano
Vector Keys
Vectorgan
WurlEctor
Leads:
Digital Pan Flute
Harmo 22
MalleadT
Noise Lead
OsciVector
Quincy Pan
Rasp Berries
Square El
Switch Lead
Vangelead
VectOboer
Vector Sync
Misc:
Barbabian Flute
Barbabian
Cheezy Sax
DrumStation
Ethnicity
Hybrid Mallet
Incarnation
Melloflutron
NepToms
Scratch Hall
Synth Pan Flute
Vector Marimba
Woody Vector
Orchestral:
Baroque Strings
Classical Horns
Complete Section
Dark Strings
Full Church
Harp Edge
Large Vectorch
Low Ensemble
MajestHit
OrchestrOrgan
Pizzicator
Rainbows
Simple Harp
Solino
Tutti Vector
VectHollywood
Vector Hits
Victory GO
Icono Blast
OBminous
Old Field
One Again Beast
Pad Problem
Padlywood
Slow Heaven
Warm Session
Vector Synth:
Beauty Full
Citrix Acid
Detuned
Ethereal Drops
German Dream
Motion Synth
Moving Waves
Multi Pad
Night Sensation
Poly Vector
Soft Funk
Square Pluck
Vector Punch
Wobbling
Voices:
Boys Ensemble
Destructuration
Detail Evil
Focal Choirs
Mind Blowing
Obee Choirs
Raining Choirs
Short Vox
Slow Boys
Pads:
Atonal
Cirque Evolution
D Fifty
Feeric
Full Pad
GrandOminous
19
UVI Workstation: Tips + Tricks
MIDI Learn
Arpeggiator
Most UVI Workstation parameters can be automated via. a convenient
UVI Workstation comes equipped with a robust arpeggiator. To insert
MIDI Learn. MIDI Learn allows you to bind a physical MIDI controller
an arpeggiator in a part, you need to display the Single view in the
to specific parameters within UVI Workstation.
UVI Workstation, then click on the note icon. The arpeggiator can
be employed as a pattern gate, arpeggiator, or even an advanced
Any FX tab parameter, Macro Knob or Slider in UVI
instruments can use the MIDI Learn feature
rhythmic processor for your live MIDI performance or sequenced MIDI
tracks. Arpeggiators can be inserted in an unlimited number of parts.
The MIDI controller type and the MIDI Channel assignment will
be saved with the multi or with your song in the host sequencer
Automation is assigned per-part
To use MIDI Learn:
1. Right-click the parameter in UVI Workstation
that you want to automate
2. After the MIDI Learn dialog appears, Trigger the
desired MIDI input controller (knob, fader etc.)
Preset Stacking
Thanks to the simplicity of the UVI Workstation you can stack as
many preset as you want by simply assign multiple part on the same
MIDI channel.
Split, Velocity & Key Switch
To remove a MIDI controller assignment:
Right-click the desired parameter and press “Delete”
Unlimited FX
The Keyswitch settings allow you to load multiple presets into two
or more parts and dynamically play and mute them from your MIDI
controller using key switching, note range, velocity range or any
combination of the three parameters. This powerful feature gives you
a great deal of real-time control.
UVI Workstation offers a wide variety of FX, or effect
processors, to cover all your audio processing needs. The FX
Scroll Wheel
implementation is robust and includes the ability to insert
unlimited FX slots in several stages of the signal flow.
All knobs can be adjusted with the scroll wheel on your mouse.
When you double-click on any knob or slider, you can manually enter
Click the “FX” tab to open the FX page on the Single view
or type in the desired value.
In Multi view the FX section is always displayed
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Credits and Thanks
Produced by UVI
Recording / Editing / Sound Design
Damien Vallet
Kevin Guilhaumou
Alain J Etchart
Nathaniel Reeves
Kenneth @ Maskinrum Studio
Software + Scripting
Olivier Tristan
Remy Muller
GUI
Nathaniel Reeves
Special Thanks
Michael Garçon
Richard @ RL Music
Manu @ Master Waves
Kenneth @ Maskinrum Studio
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