Software User Manual

Software User Manual

Version 1.0

End User License Agreement (EULA)

Do not use this product until the following license agreement is understood and accepted.

By using this product, or allowing anyone else to do so, you are accepting this agreement.

UVX-10P (henceforth ‘the Product’) is licensed to you as the end user. Please read this Agreement carefully.

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

LICENSE AND PROTECTION

1. License Grant

UVI grants to you, subject to the following terms and conditions, a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use each authorized copy of the Product.

The product is the property of UVI and is licensed to you only for use as part of a musical performance, live or recorded. This license expressly forbids resale or other distribution of the sounds and software included in the Product or their derivatives, either as they exist on disc, reformatted for use in another digital sampler, or mixed, combined, filtered, resynthesized or otherwise edited, for use as sounds, multi-sounds, samples, multi-samples, wavetables, programs or patches in a sampler, microchip or any hardware or software sample playback device.

You cannot sell the Product content or give it away for use by others in their sampling or sample playback devices.

In the event UVI terminates this agreement due to your breach, you agree to return the original and all other copies of the software and documentation to UVI.

UVI reserves all rights not expressly granted to herein.

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©2013 UVI, all rights reserved.

All trademarks are the property of their respective owners

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Table of Contents

Introduction ............................................................................................................................4

System Requirements.........................................................................................................5

Installation

Step 1: Register Your Serial Number ......................................................................6

Step 2: Activate Your License ...................................................................................7

Step 3: Install Your Instrument .................................................................................8

Step 4: Load Your Instrument...................................................................................9

User Interface - Edit Page ................................................................................................10

User Interface - Mod Page ...............................................................................................11

Preset List ................................................................................................................................13

UVI Workstation: Tips and Tricks ...................................................................................14

Links .........................................................................................................................................15

Credits and Thanks ..............................................................................................................16

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Introduction

UVX-10P

Crown of an Analog Dynasty

In 1985 the world was introduced to the JX-10, a 12-voice,

24-oscillator analog synthesizer par excellence and the last true analog synth of its lineage. Following in the footsteps of the JX-8P and JX-3P, the Super JX was fashioned with a sparse aesthetic. A lack of knobs made the system a bit of a chore to program but an external controller (the PG800) could be attached, cheerfully reuniting synthesists with the immediacy and rapid programming speed of the ever-popular Jupiter and Juno lines. The JX-10 is known for an immense and capable analog sound, even some digital textures; it’s simply a magnificent synth. Programming capabilities were equally rich with independent control of 2 DCOs per voice, 2 EGs, 2 VCFs, onboard chorus and even a sequencer (albeit a limited one).

UVX-10P was designed to deliver on all of the strengths of the JX series with none of the weaknesses. We started with a pristine JX-10, MKS-70, and JX-8P and set off, tirelessly programming and sampling these beauties in high-resolution through a world-class signal chain. As with the UVX-3P we made every sample twice, with and without the built-in chorus, providing an authentic and versatile foundation. This sonic backbone paired with the UVI Engine results in a lush and extravagant analog sound; faithful to the hardware with a modern studio bite. UVX-10P delivers a fully-featured and fully-programmable interface sporting

ADSR control of our high-quality amp and multimode filter designs, multiple effects, LFO and step modulator, a tediously crafted library of 170+ patches and even original wave samples for you to create your own programs with.

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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)

9 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)

9 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

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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

»

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

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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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User Interface - Edit Page

Globals + Page

1

Multimode Filter

2

Amp

3

Modwheel

4

Effects

5

Noise

6

The UI is divided into two pages; [Edit] and [Mod] . Main 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, where you can access 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

Toggle built-in arpeggiator on/off

[additional controls available in UVIWS/

MF arp page]

» Edit

Sets the UI to the Edit page

» Mod

Sets the UI to the Mod page

Filter cutoff frequency

» Resonance

Filter resonance amount

» Filter Type

Multimode filter can be set to low-pass

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

3 Amp

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the amp

» Vel Sens

Adjust the amp velocity sensistivity

» Vel > Atk

Remaps Attack to Note Velocity

» Tremolo

Speed of the tremolo (sync)

» Filter

Cutoff frequency of the Filter

5 Effects

» Drive

Adjust drive value

» Phaser

Adjust effect mix amount

» Delay

Adjust effect mix amount

» Reverb

Adjust effect mix amount

2 Filter

» ADSR

Typical envelope controls for the filter

» Vel Sens

Adjust the filter velocity sensitivity

» Depth

Depth of the filters EG

» Cutoff Freq

4 Modwheel

This section provides a quick way to map common controls to your MIDI keyboards modwheel

» Vibrato

Speed of the vibrato (free)

6 Noise

» Amount

Adjust noise mix amount

» White/Pink

Select white or pink noise types

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User Interface - Edit Page

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Stereo

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Pitch

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7 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)

» Mode - Alt

Sets the stereo mode to ALT; stereo position alternates L/R every note, width 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]

» Mode - Chorus

Activates hardware Chorus layer

8 Pitch

» Depth

Sets the depth of portamento [Poly]

» Time

Sets the glide time for both modes

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User Interface - Mod Page

LFO

1

Step Modulator

2

1 LFO

» Sync

Toggle LFO sync to host tempo

» Shape

Select the LFO waveform: Sine, Square,

Triangle or Sample & Hold (random)

» 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

» > Pitch

Set the pitch modulation amount

» > Drive

Set the drive modulation amount

» > Volume

Set the volume modulation amount

» > Filter

Set the filter modulation amount

2 Step Modulator

» Res

Set the step speed/resolution

» Steps

Set the number of steps to playback

» Delay

Set the initial delay time

» Rise

Set the time to activate smooth

» Smooth

Interpolates sub-step values for a smooth modulation

» > Volume

Set the volume modulation amount

» > Filter

Set the filter modulation amount

» Step Value

Set the per-step value (draw with mouse, double-click to enter explicit values)

Saving Presets

» UVI Workstation

1. Click the [Multimode] button in the main toolbar

2. Click the [Wrench] icon

3. Select ‘Save Multi’

» MachFive3

1. Click the [Wrench] icon and save as a

Multi (all parts) or as a Program [single]

Settings for both UVI Workstation and

MachFive will be saved automatically with your project if you’re working within a DAW.

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Preset List

Presets

Arpeggios-Steps

Analog Arp

Basecamp Arp

Bass A Googoo

Chaos Ritual

Drive In

Gate One

HP Tronic

LFO10P

Light Tech Tube

Moving Synth

Sonic Fountain

Step by Wheel

Step Delay

Step in Space

TanJXrine Dream

War Sequence

Wheel2wet ARP

Zen Garden

Bass

Bass Killer

Electric like Bass

Fretless Synth Bass

Lazer Harper

Monster X

Mood Loud Bass

Mute Bass

My Arp

Obese Sync

Pure 80s Bass

Submarine

Sync Bass

Bells

Bell CO

Cool Vibes

Dailama Bells

FantaStick Bells

GlockAnalogSpiel

Music Analog Box

Physical Small

Pure Metal 

Soft Organ Bells

Space Christmas

Synth Large Bells

Synth Little Bells

Thin Bells

Typical Synth Bells

Vibe Ration

Brassy

French Analog Horns

Granular Brass

Majestab Brass

Noisy Brass

OB Like

Porta Fluty Brassy

Power Wheel

Short Steel Brass

Slow and Chorus

Unique Horns

VangelHorns

Warm Section

Keyboards

Baroque n Roll

Chorused EPiano

Dry EPiano

Dyno Zor

Electric Road

Funky Fresh Keys

JX Full Tines

Keylesta

Large Church Organ

Lazer Keys

Metabellic Piano

Metal Toy Piano

My Chorused Dyno

Old 80s EPiano

Power Full Organ

Secundo Levi

Soft Jazz Organ

Space Keys

Synth Clavi Low

Wave Keys

Leads

Chiff Step Lead

Disto Wheel

DsolO

ExpresSolo

FantaStick Lead

Fifths Hit

Funky Brassy

Fusion Solo

Horn X

Mach Sync

Madnessolo

Pure Leadzer

Smooth Flute

So Lead Her Price

Sync Lead

Vox Dirty Lead

Pads

Classic One

Dark Cathedral

Euphoria

High Pad

Ice Tea

JX Choirs

JX Voices

Magnifique

My JX Pad

Ominous JP

PadLockSpiel

PhasOrgan Pad

Porta Pado

Rain Forest

Road Pad

Saw Rise

Sexy Pad

Smooth Choirs

Transilian

Water Choirs

Wheel Animation

Windsoring

Percussions

Balaphonix 1

Balaphonix 2

Holly Wood Log

Marimbottle

Space Steel Drum

Steel Analog

Universe Mallet

Wood Box

Xylophonix

Polysynth

Classic Poly Synth

Dark Poly Synth

Das ist ein Synth

Digital Stack

Dolce Heroine

Flutoscope

Funky Bells

High Poly Synth

Junky Fifth

Juxtaposition

Lazer Power

Metal Stack

MKS Poly Synth

Moody Shorty

Obese Fifths

Poly Son

Poly Sync

Saw Scission

Sirocco

Soft Poly

Strings

Attack AnaStrings

Beautiful Strings

Express Chorused

Huge Orchestra

LOwrchestra 1

LOwrchestra 2

Pure Analog Strings

Soft Orchestral

Space Cello Pad

Stepped Strings

Strings Machine

Sweeps

Dark Wheel Sweep

ExpresSweep

Majesweep

Primal Sweep

Step by Step

Xtra Waves

Pulse 8

Pulse 16

Saw 8

Saw 16

Saw-Pulse 8

Saw-Pulse 16

Square 8

Square 16

Super Saw X 8

Super Saw X 16

Super Square X 8

Super Square X 16

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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

UI + Design

Nathaniel Reeves

Special Thanks

Manu @ Masterwave

Richard @ RL Music

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