UVI Retro Organ Suite

Software User Manual

Software Version 1.0

EN 150826

End User License Agreement (EULA)

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You cannot transfer ownership of these Sounds and Software they contain. You cannot re-sell or copy the Product.

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Table of Contents

Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................................................................

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System Requirements ..............................................................................................................................................................................

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Installation

Step 1: Register Your Serial Number .........................................................................................................................................

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Step 2: Activate Your License .......................................................................................................................................................

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Step 3: Install Your Instrument .....................................................................................................................................................

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Step 4: Load Your Instrument .......................................................................................................................................................

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EXIII

Edit Page ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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FX Page .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Preset List ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Hammer B

Main Page ...............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Edit Page ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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FX Page .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Preset List ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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GT2500

Main Page ...............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Edit Page ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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FX Page .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Preset List ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Combo K

Main Page ...............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Edit Page ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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FX Page .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Preset List ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Super V

Main Page ...............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Edit Page ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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FX Page .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Preset List ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Retrocorda

Main Page ...............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Edit Page ..................................................................................................................................................................................................

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FX Page .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Preset List ................................................................................................................................................................................................

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UVI Workstation: Tips and Tricks ........................................................................................................................................................

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Links ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Credits and Thanks ....................................................................................................................................................................................

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Introduction

Retro Organ Suite

Retro Organ Suite delivers in a very raw and personal way the sounds that define a near 100 year legacy of electronic organ instruments. Spanning the globe, dating back to the early 1900s, a small and specialized group of manufacturers first designed and produced these elegant instruments as low-cost alternatives to wind-driven pipe organs for houses of worship and homes of the social elite.

Later finding place in jazz ensembles, organs gained popularity in many genres of contemporary music through the mid 20th century. By the late ‘70s, due to the rapid pace of technological advancement and tastes, their popularity and commercial presence saw extraordinary decline. Since that time these instruments have seen some emulation in digital form, but their tangible beauty, the sounds of their raw mechanisms clad in wood and novel amplifiers have largely vanished, frozen in time on commercial recordings of old.

With Retro Organ Suite we aim to both present and preserve the original sound and majesty of this legacy in an uncompromising way, delivering 6 unique instruments that showcase what we feel are the best of best. Starting with factory-spec restored instruments we captured comprehensive sample sets, making sure to accurately document each instruments tonal range and natural sonic character. Recordings were made through the original speakers, rotary speaker cabinet, with vibrato, percussion, through D.I. boxes and through an assortment of vintage guitar amps.

Top-grade microphones were used with well regarded preamps, along with a special selection of processors to provide the greatest degree of clarity and fidelity. This tremendous sample base allows for a huge variety of tonal options in addition to a faithful preservation of typical recording setups used in years past.

Leveraging these libraries within the UVI Engine™ hybrid instruments are created, providing you with both the natural and untreated sounds of the original hardware and the advanced sound design facility of a modern digital workstation. Sounds can be customized from subtle to extreme effect; shape your perfect organ, create a crushing vintage lead from a ’60s Italian combo, or build a brooding pad from a ’40s

Hammond. The huge variety of samples presented in UVI instruments can serve as both destination or starting point. Retro Organ Suite also introduces our new rotary speaker emulation, with DSP tailor-made to match the characteristics of a vintage unit.

Retro Organ Suite fully realizes the original soul of these instruments in beautiful detail, and provides a platform for them to move forward into the 21st century.

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System Requirements

Compatibility

Audio Units, VST, MAS, RTAS, AAX or standalone

UVI Workstation 2.5.15 or higher

Minimum System Requirements

Intel CPU

4 GB of RAM (8 GB+ recommended)

4.3 GB of disk space

Mac OS X 10.7 or higher

iLok account (free, dongle not required)

Compatibility

VST, RTAS, AAX or standalone

UVI Workstation 2.5.15 or higher

Minimum System Requirements

Core Duo or faster

4 GB of RAM (8 GB+ recommended)

4.3 GB of disk space

Windows 7 or higher

iLok account (free, dongle not required)

Authorize the Way You Want

Your license allows 3 concurrent authorizations on any combination of computers and iLok dongles.

License management is a simple drag-and-drop process done through iLok License Manager.

Visi t ilok.com/ to download iLok License Manager and create your free account.

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Step

1

Register Your Serial Number

1 2 3 4

You must have an account on uvi.net/ and ilok.com/ prior to registration

If you purchased a physical version of this product, your serial number is located on the inside of the box

If you purchased an electronic version of this product, your serial number will be included in a confirmation email

You can see a list of the products you’ve registered and their serial numbers anytime at uvi.net/my-products

1. Login to your account on uvi.net/

2. Navigate to the ‘Product Registration’ page

3. Enter your details and click ‘Register’

Upon completion a new license will be deposited in your iLok account

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Step

2

Activate Your License

iLok License Manager is required for activation, download the newest version at ilok.com/ilm.html

Your license allows up to 3 concurrent activations on any combination of iLok dongles and computers

Activations can be moved between devices at anytime

1 2 3 4

1. Launch iLok License Manager

2. Login to your account

3. Click the ‘Available’ tab

4. Drag the license to your computer or an iLok dongle

5. Click ‘Ok’ to confirm the activation

The process is complete, your device is now authorized

»

To see how many authorizations you have left simply select the license and click ‘Show Details’

»

To deactivate your license, right-click it and select ‘Deactivate’ — doing so will return your license to the ‘Available’ tab

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Step

3

Install Your Instrument

UVI Instruments can be stored anywhere on your system

Storing your instruments on a fast drive will improve performance

Your instruments can be downloaded at any time from uvi.net/my-products

1. Create a folder on your computer and place your UVI Instruments in it

Once this is done we need to tell UVI Workstation where to find your instruments.

We do this by creating a watch folder, follow the steps below to create your own:

2. Open UVI Workstation

3. Click the Settings page

4. Click the ‘Sound Banks’ tab

5. Click the ‘...’ button and select the folder where you’ve placed your instruments

6. Restart UVI Workstation and open the Browser

Your instruments will be available under the ‘Soundbanks’ tab

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Step

4

Load Your Instrument

UVI Workstation is required to run UVI Instruments

The newest version of UVI Workstation can be downloaded free at uvi.net/downloads

UVI Workstation can be run as a standalone program or as a virtual instrument from within your DAW of choice

1 2 3 4

1. Open UVI Workstation

2. Click the Browser icon

3. Open the Sound Banks tab

4. Select a product, in this example we’ll choose Vector Pro, then select an instrument and patch

Double-click the patch to load it

5. The UI appears and you’re ready to jam!

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EXIII - Edit Page

1

Page Navigation

Timbre

4

Volume

5

Equalizer

6

Global Volume

3

Preset Menu

2

7

Percussion

8

Rotary FX

1 Page Navigation

Navigate between 2 pages of controls:

EDIT and FX

2 Preset Menu

Choose the desired preset from the MENU DISPLAY or use the [<>] navigation buttons below

3 Global Volume

Adjust the global volume of the EXIII

4 Timbre

Customize overall tonal quality of the organ by adjusting the influence of each of the 9 discrete timbre bars

5 Volume

» Sustain

Volume control of the sustain sample

» Release

Volume control of the release sample

» Click

Volume control of the click sample

6 Equalizer

3-band shelf EQ, +/-12dB with crossovers at 180Hz and 3kHz

» HI

Adjust the EQ’s treble frequency

» MID

Adjust the EQ’s mid frequency

» LOW

Adjust the EQ’s bass frequency

7 Percussion

» ON/OFF

Turn the percussion section on/off

» 4”

Turn the 4” sample on/off

» 2/3”

Turn the 2/3” sample on/off

» Volume

Adjust the percussion section volume

» Decay

Adjust the percussion section delay time

7 Rotary FX

» ON/OFF

Turn the rotary speaker FX on/off

» SLOW/FAST

Change the mode between slow/fast

NOTE:

EXIII includes two styles of rotary speaker simulation; ROTARY FX on the Edit page provides an accurately modeled algorithm, the LEZLY effect on the FX page provides a more typical stereo rotary effect.

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EXIII - FX Page

Box Modeler

2

Drive

1

Delay

6

Phaser

5

Bypass

8

Effects displayed + listed in signal order

1 Drive

» Amount

Adjust the amount of tube coloration

» Gain

Adjust the amount of drive level

» Mix

Adjust the mix (dry/wet) ratio

2 Box Modeler

» Dry

Adjust the Dry volume level

» Wet

Adjust the Wet volume level

» IR Menu [Display]

Shows the currently selected impulse response; click to open a pull-down menu

» < [PREV]

Select the previous IR

» > [NEXT]

Select the next IR

3 Lezly

» Mode

TREMOLO – fast; 6.7Hz

BRAKE – stopped

CHORALE – slow; 1Hz

4 Chorus

» Width

Adjust the chorus width

» Amount

Adjust the effect intensity

5 Phaser

» Speed

Adjust the phaser speed

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Depth

Adjust the effect depth

6 Delay

» Time

Adjust the delay time [1/32 to 1/1]

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Mix

Adjust the mix [dry/wet] ratio

3

Lezly

4

Chorus

7

Reverb

7 Reverb

Sparkverb ™ with fixed crossovers at

250Hz and 11.78kHz

» Size

Adjust the reverb space [4-50m]

» Time

Adjust the decay time [0.5-50s]

» High Decay

Adjust the high decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Low Decay

Adjust the low decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Mix

Adjust dry/wet mix amount

8 Bypass

Global FX bypass; use to switch between clean signal (bypass on) and processed signal [bypass off]

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EXIII - Preset List

Presets are divided by Normal and Solo modes; Normal is a typical polyphonic organ, Solo presets are designed for monophonic lead use.

My House

Neat and Clear

No Reeds

Noemi Leave

Noisorganic

Onions Garden

Orgadreaming

Orgue Barbare

OShimmering

Phaser Full Dist

Piccolox

Play Your Bass

Popular Blues

Popular Jazz

Purity

Put the Vine

EXIII NORMAL

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A Beauty Soft

A Classic One

A Classic Two

Celebration

Electric Church

Full Excited

Garnerolistic

Gospellito

Greg Air

Jazz Fusion

Jazzospheric

KotOrgan

Lost Percs

Low DistoPunch

Raw Bars

Reggae Clav 1

Reggae Clav 2

Rollmops Organ

Sacrifice

Shinning Joint

Singing FX Flute

So Lezly

Soft Chorda

Softana Ways

Softimistic

Sol Imran

Soon Basson

Space Broken

Space PopCorn

Spell Go

Strange Percs

Sub Sixteen

Super Wet

Terra Loop

The Bee The Fly

The Maurice

Theater Bar

Very Dirty

Whyto Spiritual

Xtreme Wet

XXL Church

EXIII SOLO

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Clean Lead

Club Rotary

Dist Solo

Full Lead

My House

Power Bass

Pure Lead

Realezly

Spring Break

Transylvania Voice

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Hammer B - Main Page

1

Page Navigation

Layers 1 + 2

2

Volume

3

4

Equalizer

The UI is divided into two sections; the upper-half provides control over two discrete layers, including individual volume control and a MIDI-mappable crossfader. When mapped to a volume pedal or modwheel, the crossfader can provide dynamic fading between slow and fast layers for example. The UI’s bottom-half provides detailed control of each layers volume (broken out by sustain, release, and percussion samples) and a 3-band equalizer.

1 Page Navigation

Navigate between 3 pages of controls:

Main, Edit and FX

2 Layers 1 + 2

Two discrete layers allow for creative sound layering and expressive crossfading

» Power On/Off

Turn layer on/off

» Category

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

» Wave

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

» Volume

Adjust the level of the layer

» Crossfader

Turn crossfader on/off; adjust crossfader amount; right-click the fader to

MIDI-map and control via. a physical controller;

3 Volume

» Sustain

Volume control of the sustain sample

» Release [On/Off]

Turn the release sample on/off

» Release Volume

Volume control of the release sample

» Percussion [On/Off]

Turn the percussion sample on/off

» Percussion Volume

Volume control of the percussion sample

» Percussion Mode

Select between 4”, 2”2/3, or 4”+2”2/3

» Percussion Decay

Decay control for the percussion sample

4 Equalizer

3-band shelf EQ, +/-12dB with crossovers at 180Hz and 3kHz

» Bass

Adjust the EQ’s bass frequency

» Mid

Adjust the EQ’s mid frequency

» Treble

Adjust the EQ’s treble frequency

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Hammer B - Edit Page

Amp

1

Filter

3

Tremolo

4

2

Unison

5

Vibrato

6

Modwheel

1 Amp

» ADSR

Typical Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope controls for the amp

» Velocity

Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack to Note Velocity

2 Unison

» Mode - OFF

» Mode - ALT

Sets the unison mode to ALT; stereo position alternates L/R every note, width controlled by [WIDTH]

» Mode - UNI

Sets the unison mode to UNI; layers multiple samples and augments them for increased stereo presence

» Color

Utilizes neighboring samples from the library to a unique effect

» Width

Sets the stereo width

» Tune

Adjust pitch of unison layers

3 Filter

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]

» Cutoff Frequency

Filter cutoff frequency

» Resonance

Filter resonance amount

» ENV [Depth]

Depth of the filters EG

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

» Vel Sens

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

4 Tremolo

» Mode

Choose between OFF, TREMOLO, or PAN; choose TREMOLO for a typical tremolo effect or choose PAN mode to modulate stereo position

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [1/32 to 1/1]

5 Vibrato

» Mode

Choose between OFF, SINE or TRIANGLE;

SINE and TRIANGLE modes switch between sine and triangle LFO wave shapes, respectively

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [.01Hz to 10Hz]

6 Modwheel

Use your MIDI controller’s Mod Wheel controller to interactively control the

Filter Depth

» On/Off

Enable ModWheel>Filter Depth routing

» Filter Depth

Set the depth [amount] of influence

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Hammer B - FX Page

Box Modeler

2

Drive

1

Delay

6

Phaser

5

Bypass

8

Effects displayed + listed in signal order

1 Drive

» Amount

Adjust the amount of tube coloration

» Gain

Adjust the amount of drive level

» Mix

Adjust the mix (dry/wet) ratio

2 Box Modeler

» Dry

Adjust the Dry volume level

» Wet

Adjust the Wet volume level

» IR Menu [Display]

Shows the currently selected impulse response; click to open a pull-down menu

» < [PREV]

Select the previous IR

» > [NEXT]

Select the next IR

3 Lezly

» Modes

TREMOLO – fast; 6.7Hz

BRAKE – stopped

CHORALE – slow; 1Hz

4 Chorus

» Width

Adjust the chorus width

» Amount

Adjust the effect intensity

5 Phaser

» Speed

Adjust the phaser speed

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Depth

Adjust the effect depth

6 Delay

» Time

Adjust the delay time [1/32 to 1/1]

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Mix

Adjust the mix [dry/wet] ratio

3

Lezly

4

Chorus

7

Reverb

7 Reverb

Sparkverb ™ with fixed crossovers at

250Hz and 11.78kHz

» Size

Adjust the reverb space [4-50m]

» Time

Adjust the decay time [0.5-50s]

» High Decay

Adjust the high decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Low Decay

Adjust the low decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Mix

Adjust dry/wet mix amount

8 Bypass

Global FX bypass; use to switch between clean signal (bypass on) and processed signal [bypass off]

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Hammer B - Preset List

Presets included are practical configurations that should serve as a starting point for customization and exploration. Choose one that has a feel you like and scroll through the available layers and edit to taste.

PRESETS

Rotary Wheel Soft

After Midnight

Best Regards

Big Bottom

Big Hamm

Ceremonial

Club Organ

Cool Be

D Street

Deep and Sweet

Dont Miss Me

Entrance

For My Band

Fruity Flute

Hi Pass Organ

In The Wood

Light Organ

Lounge Organ

Massive Organ

Meditation

Michel and John

No Mercy

Old Fashion

On The Beach

Organ Zone

Organisation

Over The Moon

Praying

Pretty Organ

School Of Life

Rotary Wheel Hard

Black Fading

Blues Churchy

Chappel Organ

Cocker J

Crystal Rock

Design Organ

Hammer Flute

IgOrgan

In Da Church

Intimate

Jazz Swing

Latin Funk

Lord Full

Mild Full

Mr Fletcher

Organ In A Box

Really Full

Reggae Dem

Santa Organ

Seventies

Turn Manege

C414 Slow

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Serious Full

Standard Jazz

Tower Power

Templates

Mic C414 Leslie Wheel

Mic MD421 Leslie Wheel

Mic U67 Leslie Wheel

Mic U87 Leslie Wheel

Pedal Basic

Pedal Wheel

Template Bass Dist

Template Bell

Template Clavinet

Template Piano

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Dirty Bass

Funky Town

New Lezly on Wheel

Organ Hero

Pad Single Wheel Filter

Pad Wheel Morph

Right Away

Scream Lead

Slow Motion

Sweep Wheel Filter

Very Percy

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GT2500 - Main Page

1

Page Navigation

Layers 1 + 2

2

Volume

3

4

Equalizer

The UI is divided into two sections; the upper-half provides control over two discrete layers, including individual volume control and a MIDI-mappable crossfader. When mapped to a volume pedal for example, the crossfader can provide dynamic fading between slow and fast layers for example. The UI’s bottom-half provides detailed control of each layers volume (broken out by sustain, release, and percussion samples) and a 3-band equalizer.

1 Page Navigation

Navigate between 3 pages of controls:

Main, Edit and FX

2 Layers 1 + 2

Two discrete layers allow for creative sound layering and expressive crossfading

» Power On/Off

Turn layer on/off

» Category

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

» Wave

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

» Volume

Adjust the level of the layer

» Crossfader

Turn crossfader on/off; adjust crossfader amount; right-click the fader to

MIDI-map and control via. a physical controller;

3 Volume

» Sustain

Volume control of the sustain sample

» Release [On/Off]

Turn the release sample on/off

» Release Volume

Volume control of the release sample

» Percussion [On/Off]

Turn the percussion sample on/off

» Percussion Volume

Volume control of the percussion sample

» Percussion Mode

Select between 4”, 2”2/3, or 4”+2”2/3

» Percussion Decay

Decay control for the percussion sample

4 Equalizer

3-band shelf EQ, +/-12dB with crossovers at 180Hz and 3kHz

» Bass

Adjust the EQ’s bass frequency

» Mid

Adjust the EQ’s mid frequency

» Treble

Adjust the EQ’s treble frequency

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GT2500 - Edit Page

Amp

1

Filter

3

Tremolo

4

2

Unison

5

Vibrato

6

Modwheel

1 Amp

» ADSR

Typical Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope controls for the amp

» Velocity

Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack to Note Velocity

2 Unison

» Mode - OFF

» Mode - ALT

Sets the unison mode to ALT; stereo position alternates L/R every note, width controlled by [WIDTH]

» Mode - UNI

Sets the unison mode to UNI; layers multiple samples and augments them for increased stereo presence

» Color

Utilizes neighboring samples from the library to a unique effect

» Width

Sets the stereo width

» Tune

Adjust pitch of unison layers

3 Filter

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]

» Cutoff Frequency

Filter cutoff frequency

» Resonance

Filter resonance amount

» ENV [Depth]

Depth of the filters EG

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

» Vel Sens

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

4 Tremolo

» Mode

Choose between OFF, TREMOLO, or PAN; choose TREMOLO for a typical tremolo effect or choose PAN mode to modulate stereo position

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [1/32 to 1/1]

5 Vibrato

» Mode

Choose between OFF, SINE or TRIANGLE;

SINE and TRIANGLE modes switch between sine and triangle LFO wave shapes, respectively

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [.01Hz to 10Hz]

6 Modwheel

Use your MIDI controller’s Mod Wheel controller to interactively control the

Filter Depth

» On/Off

Enable ModWheel>Filter Depth routing

» Filter Depth

Set the depth [amount] of influence

18

GT2500 - FX Page

Box Modeler

2

Drive

1

Delay

6

Phaser

5

Bypass

8

Effects displayed + listed in signal order

1 Drive

» Amount

Adjust the amount of tube coloration

» Gain

Adjust the amount of drive level

» Mix

Adjust the mix (dry/wet) ratio

2 Box Modeler

» Dry

Adjust the Dry volume level

» Wet

Adjust the Wet volume level

» IR Menu [Display]

Shows the currently selected impulse response; click to open a pull-down menu

» < [PREV]

Select the previous IR

» > [NEXT]

Select the next IR

3 Lezly

» Mode

TREMOLO – fast; 6.7Hz

BRAKE – stopped

CHORALE – slow; 1Hz

4 Chorus

» Width

Adjust the chorus width

» Amount

Adjust the effect intensity

5 Phaser

» Speed

Adjust the phaser speed

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Depth

Adjust the effect depth

6 Delay

» Time

Adjust the delay time [1/32 to 1/1]

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Mix

Adjust the mix [dry/wet] ratio

3

Lezly

4

Chorus

7

Reverb

7 Reverb

Sparkverb ™ with fixed crossovers at

250Hz and 11.78kHz

» Size

Adjust the reverb space [4-50m]

» Time

Adjust the decay time [0.5-50s]

» High Decay

Adjust the high decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Low Decay

Adjust the low decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Mix

Adjust dry/wet mix amount

8 Bypass

Global FX bypass; use to switch between clean signal (bypass on) and processed signal [bypass off]

19

GT2500 - Preset List

Keys

California Dreamin

DynOrgan

Express Keys

Jamaiclav

Mellow Road

Poly Clav

Solo Keys

Lead

Brassolo

Retroleadia

Soli Tutti

Solo Ambient

Square Lead

Trumpet

Wha Zalead

Who Raggan

Organs

Clean Sream Full

Presets included are practical configurations that should serve as a starting point for customization and exploration. Choose one that has a feel you like and scroll through the available layers and edit to taste.

PRESETS

Default

00 Default Basic

00 Default Pedal

00 Default Wheel Xfade

Bass

Bass Dist One

Bass Dist Two

Orbi Bass

Sub Lee Minal

Bells

Basic Bell One

Basic Bell Two

Digital Bells

Emminence

Fantasia 2500

Clubbing Jazz

Distorded One

Gospel Fast Wheel

Jazzy Morphy

Lezly Classic

Lezly Talk

Plain Orbiwheel

Sawrgan

Wheel X Fade

Pads/Strings

Dark Mood

Full Orchestra

Marketto

Mellow Pad

Pad Wheel Morph 1

Pad Wheel Morph 2

Pizzicati

Soft Chill Pad

Solina

Stereo Morphing Wheel

Strings Ambient

Strings Brassy

Sweep Cotton

Sweep Lina

Percussive

Brassology

Pluckissimo

Square Fashion

Steel Dream

Xylallmost

LAYERS

Drawbars

751607077

850000000

855000000

860000048

Tutti

Drawbars, Multivoice

751607077

850000000

855000000

860000048

Tutti

Drawbars, Orbitone

751607077

850000000

855000000

860000048

Tutti

Percussion

Cymbalo

CymbaloVibraphone

Harp

Harpsichord

MusicBox

Piano

Piano-Music-Box

Vibraphone

Percussion, Orbitone

Cymbalo

CymbaloVibraphone

Harp

Harpsichord

MusicBox

Piano

Piano-Music-Box

Vibraphone

Principals

0100010

0100011

1000000

1010000

1100011

Tutti

Principals, Multivoice

0100010

0100011

1000000

1010000

1100011

Tutti

Principals, Orbitone

0100010

0100011

1000000

1010000

1100011

Tutti

Solos

00000000111

00000010000

00010001100

10000100000

10010011000

Tutti

Tutti-Wah

Tutti-Woh

Solos, Multivoice

00000000111

00000010000

00010001100

10000100000

10010011000

Tutti

Tutti-Wah

Tutti-Woh

Solos, Orbitone

00000000111

00000010000

00010001100

10000100000

10010011000

Tutti

Tutti-Wah

Tutti-Woh

Stack

KeyOrgan

OrganDrive

PolySynth

Solid-State

SynthPerc

VibrOrgan

WoodSquare

Stack, Multivoice

KeyOrgan

OrganDrive

PolySynth

Solid-State

SynthPerc

VibrOrgan

WoodSquare

Stack, Orbitone

KeyOrgan

OrganDrive

PolySynth

Solid-State

SynthPerc

VibrOrgan

WoodSquare

Strings

Ensemble-4

Ensemble-8

Ensemble-8-4

PEDAL

Drawbars

800

808

880

888

Drawbars

0001

1000

1001

1010

1100

Drawbars

8

16

168

20

Combo K - Main Page

1

Page Navigation

Layers 1 + 2

2

Volume

3

4

Equalizer

The UI is divided into two sections; the upper-half provides control over two discrete layers, including individual volume control and a MIDI-mappable crossfader. When mapped to a volume pedal for example, the crossfader can provide dynamic fading between slow and fast layers for example. The UI’s bottom-half provides detailed control of each layers volume (broken out by sustain, release, and percussion samples) and a 3-band equalizer.

1 Page Navigation

Navigate between 3 pages of controls:

Main, Edit and FX

2 Layers 1 + 2

Two discrete layers allow for creative sound layering and expressive crossfading

» Power On/Off

Turn layer on/off

» Category

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

» Wave

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

» Volume

Adjust the level of the layer

» Crossfader

Turn crossfader on/off; adjust crossfader amount; right-click the fader to

MIDI-map and control via. a physical controller;

3 Volume

» Sustain

Volume control of the sustain sample

» Release [On/Off]

Turn the release sample on/off

» Release Volume

Volume control of the release sample

» Percussion [On/Off]

Turn the percussion sample on/off

» Percussion Volume

Volume control of the percussion sample

» Percussion Mode

Select between 4”, 2”2/3, or 4”+2”2/3

» Percussion Decay

Decay control for the percussion sample

4 Equalizer

3-band shelf EQ, +/-12dB with crossovers at 180Hz and 3kHz

» Bass

Adjust the EQ’s bass frequency

» Mid

Adjust the EQ’s mid frequency

» Treble

Adjust the EQ’s treble frequency

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Combo K - Edit Page

Amp

1

Filter

3

Tremolo

4

2

Unison

5

Vibrato

6

Modwheel

1 Amp

» ADSR

Typical Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope controls for the amp

» Velocity

Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack to Note Velocity

2 Unison

» Mode - OFF

» Mode - ALT

Sets the unison mode to ALT; stereo position alternates L/R every note, width controlled by [WIDTH]

» Mode - UNI

Sets the unison mode to UNI; layers multiple samples and augments them for increased stereo presence

» Color

Utilizes neighboring samples from the library to a unique effect

» Width

Sets the stereo width

» Tune

Adjust pitch of unison layers

3 Filter

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]

» Cutoff Frequency

Filter cutoff frequency

» Resonance

Filter resonance amount

» ENV [Depth]

Depth of the filters EG

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

» Vel Sens

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

4 Tremolo

» Mode

Choose between OFF, TREMOLO, or PAN; choose TREMOLO for a typical tremolo effect or choose PAN mode to modulate stereo position

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [1/32 to 1/1]

5 Vibrato

» Mode

Choose between OFF, SINE or TRIANGLE;

SINE and TRIANGLE modes switch between sine and triangle LFO wave shapes, respectively

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [.01Hz to 10Hz]

6 Modwheel

Use your MIDI controller’s Mod Wheel controller to interactively control the

Filter Depth

» On/Off

Enable ModWheel>Filter Depth routing

» Filter Depth

Set the depth [amount] of influence

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Combo K - FX Page

Box Modeler

2

Drive

1

Delay

6

Phaser

5

Bypass

8

Effects displayed + listed in signal order

1 Drive

» Amount

Adjust the amount of tube coloration

» Gain

Adjust the amount of drive level

» Mix

Adjust the mix (dry/wet) ratio

2 Box Modeler

» Dry

Adjust the Dry volume level

» Wet

Adjust the Wet volume level

» IR Menu [Display]

Shows the currently selected impulse response; click to open a pull-down menu

» < [PREV]

Select the previous IR

» > [NEXT]

Select the next IR

3 Lezly

» Mode

TREMOLO – fast; 6.7Hz

BRAKE – stopped

CHORALE – slow; 1Hz

4 Chorus

» Width

Adjust the chorus width

» Amount

Adjust the effect intensity

5 Phaser

» Speed

Adjust the phaser speed

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Depth

Adjust the effect depth

6 Delay

» Time

Adjust the delay time [1/32 to 1/1]

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Mix

Adjust the mix [dry/wet] ratio

3

Lezly

4

Chorus

7

Reverb

7 Reverb

Sparkverb ™ with fixed crossovers at

250Hz and 11.78kHz

» Size

Adjust the reverb space [4-50m]

» Time

Adjust the decay time [0.5-50s]

» High Decay

Adjust the high decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Low Decay

Adjust the low decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Mix

Adjust dry/wet mix amount

8 Bypass

Global FX bypass; use to switch between clean signal (bypass on) and processed signal [bypass off]

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Combo K - Preset List

Presets included are practical configurations that should serve as a starting point for customization and exploration. Choose one that has a feel you like and scroll through the available layers and edit to taste.

PRESETS

Default Mono

Default Stereo

Dirty K 1

Dirty K 2

Fair K Voices

Lezly on Wheel

Magic Pad

Mello K

Morphing Wheel Pad 1

Morphing Wheel Pad 2

Perc Wheel Morph

Radio Lezly

Sweep Wheel Filter

Template Basic Organ

Template Bass Dist

Template Bell

Template Clavinet

Template Piano

Unison Wheel Filter

Vox Populi

LAYERS

CHEEZY

DarkMood

FullFast-1

FullFast-2

Jazzy-1

Jazzy-2

MellowFast

MellowTrump

Motown

Perc-Fast

Soft-Fast

UpTown

COMBO

000808

000880

008008

008080

080008

080080

688656

800008

800080

800884

844886

880086

886584

888080

888084

888556

888586

888808

888856

888880

COMPACT

AllWhiteTabs

Bass16

Flute4

Flute8

Piccolo4

Strings4

Strings8

Strings16

Tabs-4Man0

Tabs-4ManF

Tabs-8Man0

Tabs-8ManF

Tabs-16Man0

Tabs-16ManF

Tabs-AllMan0

Tabs-AllManF

Trumpet8

M100

80000888

80808000

88000080

88080008

88808000

88880600

88888888

718714002

800008888

888080000

888532200

888600060

888888888

Flute

Percs

P1960

8-Vib-Rev

8+2-Vib

8+2-Vib-Rev

8+4-Vib

8+4-Vib-Rev

8+4+2-Vib

8+4+2-Vib-Rev

Bass+8+4-Vib

Bass+8+4+2-Vib

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SuperVX - Main Page

1

Page Navigation

Timbre

2

Volume

3

4

Equalizer

The UI is divided into two sections; the upper-half provides control over timbre. The UI’s bottom-half provides detailed control of the timbre (broken out by sustain, click, and percussion samples) and a 3-band equalizer.

1 Page Navigation

Navigate between 3 pages of controls:

Main, Edit and FX

2 Timbre

» Wave

Click the name to select from a dropdown menu or use the [<>] buttons

3 Volume

» Sustain

Volume control of the sustain sample

» Release [On/Off]

Turn the release sample on/off

» Release Volume

Volume control of the release sample

» Percussion [On/Off]

Turn the percussion sample on/off

» Percussion Volume

Volume control of the percussion sample

» Percussion Mode

Select between 4”, 2”2/3, or 4”+2”2/3

» Percussion Decay

Decay control for the percussion sample

4 Equalizer

3-band shelf EQ, +/-12dB with crossovers at 180Hz and 3kHz

» Bass

Adjust the EQ’s bass frequency

» Mid

Adjust the EQ’s mid frequency

» Treble

Adjust the EQ’s treble frequency

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SuperVX - Edit Page

Amp

1

Filter

3

Tremolo

4

2

Unison

5

Vibrato

6

Modwheel

1 Amp

» ADSR

Typical Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope controls for the amp

» Velocity

Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack to Note Velocity

2 Unison

» Mode - OFF

» Mode - ALT

Sets the unison mode to ALT; stereo position alternates L/R every note, width controlled by [WIDTH]

» Mode - UNI

Sets the unison mode to UNI; layers multiple samples and augments them for increased stereo presence

» Color

Utilizes neighboring samples from the library to a unique effect

» Width

Sets the stereo width

» Tune

Adjust pitch of unison layers

3 Filter

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]

» Cutoff Frequency

Filter cutoff frequency

» Resonance

Filter resonance amount

» ENV [Depth]

Depth of the filters EG

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

» Vel Sens

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

4 Tremolo

» Mode

Choose between OFF, TREMOLO, or PAN; choose TREMOLO for a typical tremolo effect or choose PAN mode to modulate stereo position

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [1/32 to 1/1]

5 Vibrato

» Mode

Choose between OFF, SINE or TRIANGLE;

SINE and TRIANGLE modes switch between sine and triangle LFO wave shapes, respectively

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [.01Hz to 10Hz]

6 Modwheel

Use your MIDI controller’s Mod Wheel controller to interactively control the

Filter Depth

» On/Off

Enable ModWheel>Filter Depth routing

» Filter Depth

Set the depth [amount] of influence

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SuperVX - FX Page

Box Modeler

2

Drive

1

Delay

6

Phaser

5

Bypass

8

Effects displayed + listed in signal order

1 Drive

» Amount

Adjust the amount of tube coloration

» Gain

Adjust the amount of drive level

» Mix

Adjust the mix (dry/wet) ratio

2 Box Modeler

» Dry

Adjust the Dry volume level

» Wet

Adjust the Wet volume level

» IR Menu [Display]

Shows the currently selected impulse response; click to open a pull-down menu

» < [PREV]

Select the previous IR

» > [NEXT]

Select the next IR

3 Lezly

» Mode

TREMOLO – fast; 6.7Hz

BRAKE – stopped

CHORALE – slow; 1Hz

4 Chorus

» Width

Adjust the chorus width

» Amount

Adjust the effect intensity

5 Phaser

» Speed

Adjust the phaser speed

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Depth

Adjust the effect depth

6 Delay

» Time

Adjust the delay time [1/32 to 1/1]

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Mix

Adjust the mix [dry/wet] ratio

3

Lezly

4

Chorus

7

Reverb

7 Reverb

Sparkverb ™ with fixed crossovers at

250Hz and 11.78kHz

» Size

Adjust the reverb space [4-50m]

» Time

Adjust the decay time [0.5-50s]

» High Decay

Adjust the high decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Low Decay

Adjust the low decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Mix

Adjust dry/wet mix amount

8 Bypass

Global FX bypass; use to switch between clean signal (bypass on) and processed signal [bypass off]

27

SuperVX - Preset List

Presets included are practical configurations that should serve as a starting point for customization and exploration. Choose one that has a feel you like and scroll through the available layers and edit to taste.

PRESETS

Default Mono

Default Stereo

Dirty Wheel 1

Dirty Wheel 2

Full Process

Little Caroussel

Lounge Bubble

Mireille Dark

Over Distorted

Perc Smooth VX Pad

Piano Digital

Pro Active

Reggae One

Reggae Two

Serious Drawbars

Sine Piano

Soft Mood

Spacial Organ

Steel D Keys

Subby Lead

Super Lezly

Tone Bass 1

Tone Bass 2

Vibrant Keys

VX Bells 1

VX Bells 2

VX Bells 3

VX Pad One

VX Pad Two

VX Soft Sweep

VXurlitzer

Windows 1

Windows 2

LAYERS

000808 - Bell Harm

000808 - Bell Harm Vib

008008 - Flute

008008 - Flute Vib

008080 - Dark Flute

008080 - Dark Flute Vib

080008 - Claring

080008 - Claring Vib

080080 - Soft Sine

080080 - Soft Sine Vib

688656 - Med Tone

688656 - Med Tone Vib

800008 - Bass Tone

800008 - Bass Tone Vib

800080 - Subby

800080 - Subby Vib

800884 - Church

800884 - Church Vib

844886 - Rock

844886 - Rock Vib

880086 - Soft Mood

880086 - Soft Mood Vib

886584 - Chapel

886584 - Chapel Vib

888080 - Scholar

888080 - Scholar Vib

888084 - Little

888084 - Little Vib

888556 - Classic

888556 - Classic Vib

888586 - Classic Dark

888586 - Classic Dark Vib

888808 - Halfull

888808 - Halfull Vib

888856 - Pop Tone

888856 - Pop Tone Vib

888880 - Full Dark

888880 - Full Dark Vib

888888 - Full

888888 - Full Vib

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Retrocorda - Main Page

1

Page Navigation

Timbre

2

Volume

3

4

Equalizer

The UI is divided into two sections; the upper-half provides control over timbre. The UI’s bottom-half provides detailed control of the timbre (broken out by sustain, click, and percussion samples) and a 3-band equalizer.

1 Page Navigation

Navigate between 3 pages of controls:

Main, Edit and FX

2 Timbre

Choose the desired timbre; selections are exclusive; organized between Normal

[raw] and REV/VIB [with reverb and vibrato] sounds

3 Volume

» Sustain

Volume control of the sustain sample

» Release [On/Off]

Turn the release sample on/off

» Release Volume

Volume control of the release sample

» Percussion [On/Off]

Turn the percussion sample on/off

» Percussion Volume

Volume control of the percussion sample

» Percussion Mode

Select between 4”, 2”2/3, or 4”+2”2/3

» Percussion Decay

Decay control for the percussion sample

4 Equalizer

3-band shelf EQ, +/-12dB with crossovers at 180Hz and 3kHz

» Bass

Adjust the EQ’s bass frequency

» Mid

Adjust the EQ’s mid frequency

» Treble

Adjust the EQ’s treble frequency

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Retrocorda - Edit Page

Amp

1

Filter

3

Tremolo

4

2

Unison

5

Vibrato

6

Modwheel

1 Amp

» ADSR

Typical Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release envelope controls for the amp

» Velocity

Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack to Note Velocity

2 Unison

» Mode - OFF

» Mode - ALT

Sets the unison mode to ALT; stereo position alternates L/R every note, width controlled by [WIDTH]

» Mode - UNI

Sets the unison mode to UNI; layers multiple samples and augments them for increased stereo presence

» Color

Utilizes neighboring samples from the library to a unique effect

» Width

Sets the stereo width

» Tune

Adjust pitch of unison layers

3 Filter

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

(LP), band-pass (BP), or high-pass [HP]

» Cutoff Frequency

Filter cutoff frequency

» Resonance

Filter resonance amount

» ENV [Depth]

Depth of the filters EG

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

» Vel Sens

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

4 Tremolo

» Mode

Choose between OFF, TREMOLO, or PAN; choose TREMOLO for a typical tremolo effect or choose PAN mode to modulate stereo position

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [1/32 to 1/1]

5 Vibrato

» Mode

Choose between OFF, SINE or TRIANGLE;

SINE and TRIANGLE modes switch between sine and triangle LFO wave shapes, respectively

» Depth

Set the depth (amount] of the effect

» Speed

Set the speed of the LFO [.01Hz to 10Hz]

6 Modwheel

Use your MIDI controller’s Mod Wheel controller to interactively control the

Filter Depth

» On/Off

Enable ModWheel>Filter Depth routing

» Filter Depth

Set the depth [amount] of influence

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Retrocorda - FX Page

Box Modeler

2

Drive

1

Delay

6

Phaser

5

Bypass

8

Effects displayed + listed in signal order

1 Drive

» Amount

Adjust the amount of tube coloration

» Gain

Adjust the amount of drive level

» Mix

Adjust the mix (dry/wet) ratio

2 Box Modeler

» Dry

Adjust the Dry volume level

» Wet

Adjust the Wet volume level

» IR Menu [Display]

Shows the currently selected impulse response; click to open a pull-down menu

» < [PREV]

Select the previous IR

» > [NEXT]

Select the next IR

3 Lezly

» Mode

TREMOLO – fast; 6.7Hz

BRAKE – stopped

CHORALE – slow; 1Hz

4 Chorus

» Width

Adjust the chorus width

» Amount

Adjust the effect intensity

5 Phaser

» Speed

Adjust the phaser speed

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Depth

Adjust the effect depth

6 Delay

» Time

Adjust the delay time [1/32 to 1/1]

» Feedback

Adjust the feedback amount

» Mix

Adjust the mix [dry/wet] ratio

3

Lezly

4

Chorus

7

Reverb

7 Reverb

Sparkverb ™ with fixed crossovers at

250Hz and 11.78kHz

» Size

Adjust the reverb space [4-50m]

» Time

Adjust the decay time [0.5-50s]

» High Decay

Adjust the high decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Low Decay

Adjust the low decay multiplier

[x0.1 - x10]

» Mix

Adjust dry/wet mix amount

8 Bypass

Global FX bypass; use to switch between clean signal (bypass on) and processed signal [bypass off]

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Retrocorda - Preset List

Presets included are practical configurations that should serve as a starting point for customization and exploration. Choose one that has a feel you like and scroll through the available layers and edit to taste.

PRESETS

Default Mono

Default Stereo

Emotional

Fourmidable

Harmonium

Harpsy Mind

Leymar Bob

Lezlycorda

Magic Lead

Mati Bass Rice

Mono Chaos

Nostalgic Keys

Perc Smooth Pad

Phillidarka

Piano Analog 1

Piano Analog 2

Processed Pad

Radioactive

Ragga Muffin

Retro Bells 1

Retro Bells 2

Sad Steeldrums

Soft Chill Keys

Solo Clinton G

Sweeperman

Tortured Reality

LAYERS

2’ Normal

2’ Vibrato + Reverb

4’ Normal

4’ Vibrato + Reverb

8’ Normal

8’ Vibrato + Reverb

4’+2’ Normal

4’+2’ Vibrato + Reverb

8’+4’ Normal

8’+4’ Vibrato + Reverb

8’+2’ Normal

8’+2’ Vibrato + Reverb

8’+4’+2’ Normal

8’+4’+2’ Vibrato + Reverb

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UVI Workstation: Tips + Tricks

MIDI Learn Arpeggiator

Most UVI Workstation parameters can be automated via. a convenient

MIDI Learn. MIDI Learn allows you to bind a physical MIDI controller to specific parameters within UVI Workstation.

Any FX tab parameter, Macro Knob or Slider in UVI instruments can use the MIDI Learn feature

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.)

To remove a MIDI controller assignment:

Right-click the desired parameter and press “Delete”

Unlimited FX

UVI Workstation comes equipped with a robust arpeggiator. To insert an arpeggiator in a part, you need to display the Single view in the

UVI Workstation, then click on the note icon. The arpeggiator can be employed as a pattern gate, arpeggiator, or even an advanced rhythmic processor for your live MIDI performance or sequenced MIDI tracks. Arpeggiators can be inserted in an unlimited number of parts.

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

UVI Workstation offers a wide variety of FX, or effect processors, to cover all your audio processing needs. The FX implementation is robust and includes the ability to insert unlimited FX slots in several stages of the signal flow.

Click the “FX” tab to open the FX page on the Single view

In Multi view the FX section is always displayed

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.

Scroll Wheel

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 or type in the desired value.

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Links

UVI

Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . uvi.net/

Download UVI Workstation and User Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . uvi.net/downloads

Your Registered Product Serial Numbers and Download Links. . . . . . . . . uvi.net/my-products

FAQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . uvi.net/faq

Tutorial and Demo Videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . youtube.com/

Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . uvi.net/contact-support

iLok

Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ilok.com/ iLok License Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ilok.com/ilm.html

FAQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ilok.com/supportfaq

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Credits and Thanks

Produced by UVI

Recording / Editing / Sound Design

Damien Vallet

Kevin Guilhaumou

Alain J Etchart

Software + Scripting

Olivier Tristan

Remy Muller

GUI, Graphic Design

Nathaniel Reeves

Anthony Hak

Special Thanks

Manu @ master-wave.com

David @ egrefin.free.fr

Midilive Studios @ midilive.fr

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