Software User Manual

Software User Manual

Version 1.0

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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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Darklight Pages

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Page P

Interface

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Preset List

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Page B

Interface

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Preset List

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Page U

Interface

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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

A Collection of Three Instruments Inspired by a

Legendary Studio Icon

Costing upwards of $100,000, the dream machine of the 80’s was unattainable by most. Used by countless prominent artists including: Peter Gabriel, David Bowie,

Michael Jackson, Kate Bush, Herbie Hancock, Jean

Michel Jarre, Thomas Dolby and many more, it remains a highly regarded and sought after instrument.

Suffering a fit of nostalgia as we often do, we decided to set about making a new instrument inspired by this legendary studio icon. We ended up making 3; a digital synth, a digital drum machine and a multi-phraser.

A unique hybrid approach was employed combining our rigid sampling process with the advanced digital processing algorithms and modeling capabilities of the

UVI Engine. This approach allowed us to capture the raw character of the original machine while facilitating a full array of modern controls. The result is an extremely flexible system that allows you to quickly call up the classic sounds or take the old voices into new sonic territory.

Powerful analog modeled filters, LFO’s, envelopes and effects come together with a beautiful oldschool interface in this tightly packed but massive sounding collection.

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System Requirements

Compatibility

Audio Units, VST, MAS, AAX or standalone

UVI Workstation 2.5.2 or higher

Minimum System Requirements

Intel CPU

4 GB of RAM (8 GB+ recommended)

2.4 GB of disk space

Mac OS X 10.7 or higher

iLok account (free, dongle not required)

Compatibility

VST, AAX or standalone

UVI Workstation 2.5.2 or higher

Minimum System Requirements

Core Duo or faster

4 GB of RAM (8 GB+ recommended)

2.4 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

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Register Your Serial Number

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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

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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

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

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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

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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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Darklight Pages

Page P

Synthesizer

Page P is a an efficient and versatile synth that preserves the obvious aliasing characteristics of the original hardware. Page P is packed with hundreds of sampled sounds and instruments such as: bass, brass, strings, guitar, orchestral hits, synths, drums, percussion, fx, keys, piano, organs, winds, reeds and voices.

Find a sound you like and make some quick tweaks or transform it into something completely different with an array of customizable controls and effects such as Sparkverb

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Page B

Drum Machine

An 8-track drum machine with builtin sequencer gets you jamming with iconic sounds in no time. Page B provides essential controls in a tight interface and gives you access to hundreds of vintage sounds including bass drums, snare drums, rim shots, claps, cymbals, crash, ride, hi-hats, toms, and tons of percussion sounds including shakers, congas, guiros, maracas, cowbells and more.

Dozens of kits have been assembled to give you a head start, explore what’s provided or design your own kit from scratch.

Page U

Multi-Phraser

A creative multi-phraser provides

3 layers each with a smart-step sequencer and plenty of sound shaping controls. Tap in sequences with your controller keyboard and tweak the sounds into completely different phrases. Page U is a fun and creative way to come up with new grooves and sequences using vintage sounds including bells, bass, brass, stings, voices and more.

Just a little bit of noodling and you can create everything from melodic phrases to ambient moving drones.

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Page P - Interface

Amplitude

1

Filter

2

Modwheel

3

Stereo

6

7

Effects

4

Pitch Env

5

Drive

8

Bit Crusher

1 Amplitude

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack » Note Velocity

» Velocity Sensitivity

Adjust the velocity sensistivity

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the amp

2 Filter

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

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

» ENV

Depth of the filters EG

» CUT

Filter cutoff frequency

» RES

Filter resonance amount

» VEL

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

3 Modwheel

» Power/Amount

Easily route your controllers Modwheel to control common parameters such as

Vibrato, Tremolo and Filter Depth

4 Pitch Env

» Depth

Sets the depth of portamento

» Time

Sets the glide time for both modes

5 Drive

» On/Off Switch

» Amount

Sets the drive amount

6 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

» Spread

Sets the stereo width

» Tune

Detunes the unison layers (UNI mode)

7 Effects

» Phaser

Power and effect mix amount

» Delay

Power and effect mix amount

» Reverb

Power and effect mix amount

8 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

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Page P - Preset List

FX and More

Farmlight IIX

Foley Mania

Gong FX

Horror Loop

Last Drop

Laugh Factory

Loop Wheel Me

Mayhem of FX

Nepal Secam

Ooh Baby

Play Baby

Shhame

Sirene Cream

Sound Stage

Surnatural

Woody Loop

X Door Bell

Ze Fake Cat

Guitars

Band Joe

Cheap Guitar bit Menu

Cymbals Mix

Drums

HH 8 bit Menu

HH 8Mix Drums

SD 8 bit Menu

SD Mix Drums

Toms 8 bit Menu

Toms Mix Drums

Fair Voices

Classic Fair Aahs

Fair AahTack

Fat Low Aahs

Hit Vox H

Hit Vox L

Hit Vox Split

Holly Fair Vox

Male Choir H

Male Choir L

Mmm Choirs

Mmm Etheral

Pretuned Aahs

Split Fair Choir

Sweep Mmm

Synth Choir

THE fair Voice

THE Voice Pad

Typical Oohs

Vox Alto

Vox Pad

VoxenDoo

Brass

Analog Brass

Big Bad Horns

Brassy Fat

Cornet

Falling

First Brass

Flugel Horn

French Horn

Funky Smooth

Horns Section

Smooth SolHorn

Soft Fanfare

Solospheric

Trombone Like

Tuba Liasing

Drums

BD 8 bit Menu

BD Mix Drums

Cymbals 8

Bass

Arcoustic

Bassliasing

Before House

Bit Heat

Darkoustic

DarkSynth Bass 1

DarkSynth Bass 2

Dirty Slap

Gritty Bass

O Bass

O Mono

Picked

Round Electric

Sequenced

Slappy

Synthetic

Thumb One

Voicy B

Wah Slap

Bells

Bowling

Looped Clock

Musical Box

No Tone Bell

Piano Bell

Piggy Bell

Rainbow Bells

Ring Da Bell

Short Bend

Synclav It

Synth Bell

Tree Loop

Choir Guitar

Distortion Hit

Full Fuzz H

Full Fuzz L

Guitara

Hybrid Hit 1

Hybrid Hit 2

Japanese Guit

Repeat X

Short Low Gt

SitarLight

Soft Flange

Tele Chord

Twelve Hit

Keyboards

Celeste Art

Claspinet

Clavi Dirty

Clavi Fair

Clavi Oct

Clavi Sub

Composite Keys

Harpyboard

Hybrid Keys

KB Analog

Mellow Road

Picked Clav

Poly Keys

Super Cheezy

Synth KB

WurlitFair

Yin Yan One

Zithering

Mallets

Fair Glocken

Fair Vibe H

Fair Vibe L

Gender Bell

Hit Mallet

Mallooped

Marimba One

Marimba Two

MarimBass

Percoustic

Space Mallet

Steel Drum

Synth Vibe

The Cowlody

Vibra Bar

Xylo Dropping

Xylobells

Zow B Pluck

Orchestral Hits

Classic Fair Hit 1

Classic Fair Hit 2

Complex Chord

Filtered Orch

Flutestra

Large Hit

Orchestral Cool

Orchestral Med

Strange Mood

StringOloop 1

StringOloop 2

The Eleventh

Thunder Brass

Tutti 1

Tutti 2

Wood End

Organs

Church Soft

DraculOrg

Gospel Fair

Hybrid Organ

Lithurgic

Organ Bizzard

Plein Jeux

Soft Perc

Tutti Organ

Tutti Two

UltrAttack

Vox no Fair

Percussions

Big Tambour

Bongoid

Castanietas

Crosstix

Dark Timpani

Hand Clap Liasing

Kressel

Large Tambourine

Machine Clap

Metal Big

Metal Spring

Missy Tabla

Percs Menu 1

Percs Menu 2

Rolling Shake

Slappy Perc

Small Metal

SpaChekere

Timbourales

Tribal Loop

Wilfried Conga

Zarb Guiro

Pianos

Analog Piano Like

Basic Grand

Detuned Hybrid

Electric Piano 1

Electric Piano 2

High Tines

Michelsone

One Sample Piano

Piano Bass

Piano Hit

Pwang

Right Note

Soft Low Res

Yano P

Strings

Arco Cello Hard

Arco Cello Soft

Arco Double Bass

Arco Violin

Cello Fan

Cellos Pad

Fair Strings

Fen Chui Strings

Full Strings

High Strings 1

High Strings 2

Medievalistic

Muted Ensemble

Omnichestra

Pad Ensemble

Pizz Cello

Pizz Viola

Pizz Violin

SlOwminous Pad

Solo String FX

Space Pizz

Strings Attack

Very Low DBass

Violin Solo

Synths

Analog Strings

Broken Strings

Machine

Digital Dream

Dirty Poly

Fair Stab

Funky Fifth

HP Poly One

Merging Synth

Nasalead

Ominous Pad

Organic Fair Lead

Overlap Dance

Poly Hi

Pop Corning

Reduced Lead

ReversOrganic

Ring My Synth

Sampling

And Hold

Short Stratty

Soft Digi Harp

Synquenced

Synth Air J

Synthar

Voice Pad

Whistle Pad

Whistle Solo

Winds and More

An Old Bottle

Badriton

Badsson

Classrinet

D’Aard Wind

Del Saxo

Fairgiridoo

Flute 1

Flute 2 Trille

Harmonica

Mediaval Flute

Mellow Flute

Melodiohm

Oboe

Oldcarina

Pad Flute

Pan Flute

Pure Clarinet

Soft Basson

WindHarmo

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Page B - Interface

Preset Menu

Play / Stop Toggle

Mute

Sample Menu

1

2

4

5

Prev/Next Sample

Gain

6

7

MIDI Indicator

8

Pan

9

Tune

10

3

Clear Pattern

7

LP/HP Filter

7

Step Sequencer

Global Controls

Modulation Controls:

Pitch Bend » 2 Octave Range

ModWheel » BitCrusher

Parts:

Track Allocation

1 + 2 - Bass / Snare / Clap / Rim

3 + 4 - HiHats / Cymbals

5 + 6 - Toms

7 + 8 - Percussion

Track Mapping

1: C1

3: F#1

2: D1

4: A#1

5: F1

7: C#1

6: G1

8: D#1

1 Preset Menu

Select from custom Kit + Pattern presets

2 Play / Stop Toggle

Controls the pattern sequencer

3 Clear Pattern

Clears the pattern sequencer

Track Controls

4 Mute

On/Off button to mute the track

5 Sample Menu

Change the tracks sample; choose from a large number of included sounds

6 Prev/Next Sample

Loads the previous or next sample from the sound library

7 Gain

Set the tracks Gain

8 MIDI Indicator

Activates when there is MIDI activity on the tracks corresponding note

9 Pan

Set the tracks Pan

10 Tune

Set the tracks Pitch

11 LP/HP Filter

A combination LP/HP filter; full LP on the left, full HP on the right, center is neutral (no effect)

12 Step Sequencer

16-step sequencer; click to change between values of full velocity, half velocity, and no velocity (blank)

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Page B - Sound List

BD L Synth 2

BD Saturated

BD Simmons

BD Snare 1

BD Snare 2

BD Soft IIx

BD Tom IIx 1

BD Tom IIx 2

BD Tom IIx 3

BD Tom IIx 4

BD Tom Indus

BD X Drum 1

BD X Drum 2

BDx DM IIx

BDx Italian

BDx Japan

Bass Drum

BD CleanMI H

BD CleanMI L

BD Dirty 1

BD Dirty 2

BD Dirty 3

BD Fair BB Hi

BD Fair BB L

BD Fair Kick1

BD Fair Kick2

BD Fair Kick3

BD Fair Kick4

BD Fair Kick5

BD Floor Tom 1

BD Floor Tom 2

BD L Synth 1

BDx Kick One

BDx KSTH 1

BDx KSTH 2

BDx L Drum

BDx Linn Fair

BDx One AD1

BDx One AD2

BDx One AD3

BDx PM 1

BDx PM 2

BDx Pure CMI

BDx Star 1

BDx Star 2

BDx Straight

BDx Ze 808

RIMx Standard

SD Fair Snare 1a

SD Fair Snare 1b

SD Fair Snare 2a

SD Fair Snare 2b

SD From Vinyl

SD Indus

SD Large

& Low 1

SD Large

& Low 2

SD Large

& Low 3

SD Peter Hi

SD Peter L

SD Shorty 1

Snare/Clap/Rim

CLAP FairLow

CLAPx 808 Like

CLAPx Granular

CLAPx High

CLAPx Linn Drum

CLAPx Machine

CLAPx Nine K

CLAPx Sharp

CLAPx Short

RIM SD 1

RIM SD 2

RIM Steady

RIM Stick 1

RIM Stick 2

RIMx Natural

SD Shorty 2

SD Stick 1

SD Stick 2

SDx ADD Plain

SDx Brief

SDx Brush Like

SDx CMI Bright

SDx Cuted

SDx DarkLight

SDx Drumstar

SDx FairAnalog

SDx FairTrack

SDx Fat Linn

SDx Typical

CRASHx

Drumstar

CRASHx Fair

Track

CRASHx

Jamming

CRASHx LinnUx

CRASHx Nine K

CRASHx

Performing

RIDE Big Bell

RIDE Bright High

RIDE Cymb Long

RIDE Cymb Short

RIDE Cymbal 1a

RIDE Cymbal 1b

Cymbals

CRASH Dark

CRASH Fair 1 H

CRASH Fair 1 L

CRASH Fair 2 H

CRASH Fair 2 L

CRASH Machine

CRASH Riding

CRASH

ShortLight

CRASH Smallong

CRASH Splashing

CRASH Tiny

CRASH Very Short

CRASHx Air K

CRASHx Argone

RIDE Cymbal 2

RIDE Cymbal 3

RIDE Cymbal 4

RIDE Cymbal 5a

RIDE Cymbal 5b

RIDE FairCymb 1

RIDE FairCymb 2

RIDE FairCymb 3

Ride HH Open

RIDE High Gong

HH Steady 1

HH Steady 2

HH Stream

HH Tamb

HH Tiny One 1

HH Tiny One 2

HHO Acous 1

HHO Acous 2

HHO Acous 3

HHO Dirty

HHO Large H

HHO Large L

HHx DMX 1

HHx DMX 2

HHx DMX 3

HHx Efficient

Hi Hats

HH Acous 1a

HH Acous 1b

HH Acous 2a

HH Acous 2b

HH Close 1a

HH Close 1b

HH Close 2a

HH Close 2b

HH Machine 1

HH Machine 2

HH Mid Open 1a

HH Mid Open 1b

HH Pedal H

HH Pedal L

HH Snap

HHx Fat One

HHx Germanic 1

HHx Germanic 2

HHx Linn 1

HHx Linn 2

HHx Linn 3

HHx Machine 1

HHx On Top

HHx Performer

HHx Roger L1

HHx Roger L2

HHx Roger L3

HHx Slim Fast

HHx Star Sys

HHxO Fat One

HHxO

TOMx L9K M

TOMx Star H

TOMx Star L

TOMx Star M

TOMx Werse H

TOMx Werse L

TOMx Werse M

CLAPx High

CLAPx Linn Drum

CLAPx Machine

CLAPx Nine K

CLAPx Sharp

CLAPx Short

Claves

Conga H

Conga L

Conga M

Cowbell 1

Cowbell 2

Cowbell 3

Cowbell 4

Cowbell 5

Cross stick

Perc-Misc

Agogo H

Agogo L

Big Tambourin 1

Big Tambourin 2

Bongo H

Bongo L

Cabassa 1

Cabassa 2

Cabassa 3

Castanet

Chimes 1

Chimes 2

CLAP FairLow

CLAPx 808 Like

CLAPx Granular

Cuica

Finger Cymbal

Fishs

Guiro 1

Guiro 2

Huge Timb

Maracas

Melo Perc

Germanic 1

HHxO

Germanic 2

HHxO Machine 1

HHxO Performer

HHxO Slim Fast

HHxO Star Sys

Floor Low

TOM Raw H

TOM Raw L

TOM Roto

TOM Sharp High

TOM Sharp Low

TOM Simmons H

TOM Simmons L

TOM Standard H

TOM Standard L

TOM Standard M

TOM TImbales

TOM Too Fat

TOM Tribal H

TOM Tribal L

TOM Vinylised

Toms

TOM Dark H

TOM Dark L

TOM Disco High 1

TOM Disco High 2

TOM DrumObez

TOM Fla

TOM Gate 1 H

TOM Gate 1 L

TOM Gate 2

TOM Gate 3 H

TOM Gate 3 L

TOM HightO

TOM On the

Floor High

TOM On the

TOMx Argone H

TOMx Argone L

TOMx dADD H

TOMx dADD L

TOMx ELinn H

TOMx ELinn L

TOMx L9K H

TOMx L9K L

Tambourin 2

Tambourin 3H

Tambourin 3L

Timbales 1

Timbales 2

TimpaGong H

TimpaGong L

Timpani

Triangle 1 Long

Triangle 1 short

Triangle 2

Vibraslap 1

Vibraslap 2

Whistle Long

Whistle Short

Woodblock H

Woodblock L

Metal 1

Metal 2

Metal 3

Perc Bend

Perc Whistle

Quijada

Shaker 1

Shaker 2

Shaker 3

Shaker 4

Shaker 5

Tabla H

Tabla L

Tamboor

TambouLinn

Tambourin 1

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Page U - Interface

Preset Menu

1

Sample Menu

2

Prev/Next Sample

3

Track On/Off

4

Per-Step Velocity

5

Per-Step Pitch

6

Per-Step Link

7

8

Volume

9

Pan

10

Resolution

11

Gate Amount

16

Track Effects

12

Record Toggle

13

Next Step

14

Track Steps

15

Track Pitch

Global Controls

Modulation Controls:

Pitch Bend » 1 Octave Range

ModWheel » BitCrusher

1 Preset Menu

Load global patches with preset samples and sequences

Track Controls

2 Sample Menu

Browse and select samples from the included sound library

3 Prev / Next Sample

Loads the previous or next sample from the sound library

4 Track On/Off

Toggle button to enable / disable the corresponding track

5 Per-Step Velocity

Use the multi-step sequencer to program Velocity changes

6 Per-Step Pitch

Adjust the Pitch of each step in

Semitones

7 Link

When active, step inherets Velocity from the previous step

8 Volume

Adjust the track Volume

9 Pan

Adjust the track Pan

10 Resolution

Change the step length

11 Gate Amount

Change the step length (knob value ranges from 0 to the Resolution setting)

12 Record Toggle

Record a phrase on your MIDI keyboard

13 Next Step

Adds a blank step to the phrase at the current step location

14 Track Steps

Sets the number of steps to playback

15 Track Pitch

Change the pitch of the track in Octaves

(-2 to +2)

16 Track Effects

Set the desired amount to each of the preset effects, including; LP/HP Combo

Filter, Delay, and Reverb (additional controls available on the Effects page of

UVIWS or MF)

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Bass

BS - Before House

BS - Darkoustic

BS - Dirty Slap

BS - O Bass

BS - Picked

BS - Round Electric

BS - Sequenced

BS - Slappy

BS - Synthetic

BS - Thumb One

BS - Voicy B

BS - Wah Slap

Bells

BL - Alarm Clock

BL - Bell Tree Loop

BL - Bowling

BL - Game Lang

BL - Horror Loop

BL - Musical Box

BL - Normal Bell

BL - Synclav It

BL - Synth Bell 1

Brass

BR - Chorbras

BR - Classic Fair Hit

BR - First Brass

BR - Full Horns Hard

BR - Full Horns Soft

BR - Thunder Brass

Guitars

GT - Distortion Hit

GT - Full Fuzz H

GT - Full Fuzz L

GT - Guitara

GT - Hybrid Hit 1

GT - Hybrid Hit 2

GT - Japanese Guit

GT - SitarLight

GT - Soft Flange

GT - Twelve Hit

Page U - Preset List

Keyboards

KB - Celeste Art

KB - Claspinet

KB - Clavi Dirty

KB - Clavi Fair

KB - Clavi Oct

KB - Clavi Sub

KB - Composite Keys

KB - Harpyboard

KB - Hybrid Keys

KB - KB Analog

KB - Mellow Road

KB - Piano Bell

KB - Poly Keys

KB - Synth KB

KB - WurlitFair

KB - Yin Yan One

KB - Zithering

Mallets

ML - Fair Glocken

ML - Fair Vibe

ML - Gam

ML - Gender Bell

ML - Hit Mallet

ML - Mallet Xylop

ML - Mallooped

ML - Marimba One

ML - Marimba Two

ML - MarimBass

ML - Percoustic

ML - Space Mallet

ML - Steel Drum

ML - Synth Vibe

ML - The Cowlody

ML - Vibra Bar

Orchestral

HT - Classic Fair Hit

HT - Filtered Orch

HT - Flutestra

HT - Large Hit

HT - Orchestral Med

HT - StringOloop 1

HT - The Eleventh

HT - Tutti 1

HT - Tutti 2

HT - Wood End

Organs

OR - Church Soft

OR - DraculOrg

OR - Gospel Fair

OR - Gritty Bass

OR - Hybrid Organ

OR - Lithurgic

OR - Soft Perc

OR - Tutti Organ

OR - UltrAttack

OR - Vox no Fair

Pianos

PN - Basic Grand

PN - Detuned Hybrid

PN - Electric Piano 1

PN - Electric Piano 2

PN - High Tines

PN - Michelsone

PN - One Sample Piano

PN - Piano Bass

PN - Piano Hit

PN - Pwang

PN - Right Note

PN - Soft Low Res

Strings

ST - Fair Strings

ST - Full Strings

ST - High Strings

ST - Muted Ensemble

ST - Omnichestra

ST - Pizz Cello

ST - Pizz Viola

ST - Space Pizz

ST - String Attack

Voices

VX - Fair Aahs H

VX - Fair Aahs M

VX - Fat Low Aahs

VX - Hit Vox H

VX - Hit Vox L

VX - Key Voice

VX - Male Choir H

VX - Male Choir L

VX - Mmm Choirs

VX - Plain Choir

VX - Synth Choir

VX - The Fair Voice

VX - Typical Oohs

VX - Vox and Do

VX - VoxAlto

VX - Whistle

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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

Emmanuel Usai

Kevin Guilhaumou

Alain J Etchart

Software + Scripting

Olivier Tristan

Remy Muller

GUI + Design

Nathaniel Reeves

Special Thanks

Jean-Bernard Emond

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