Paris, April 27th, 2017 - UVI releases Digital Synsations Vol. 2, a 3-instrument suite picking up where the first library left off, delivering over 500 new patches designed on vintage digital synthesizers from the ‘90s. DS Vol. 2 provides a deep exploration and expose of the unique character of 3 choice instruments including: DZmo, a very rare “transwave” synth, DK5S, a special synth that layers additive synthesis with PCM sounds, and DS-890, the best of two Japanese sister-synths known for their extraordinarily warm analog-like sounds and incredible versatility. The library provides a comprehensive selection of completely new sounds designed to bring the edgy vintage timbres of ‘90s-era digital synths to new users and new musical styles.
Digital Synsations Vol. 2 leverages the unusual sonic signatures of each synth, delivering a completely authentic hardware sound with the convenience and deep editability of a modern instrument. The keyboards chosen for DS Vol. 2 each offer singular characteristics that stand out among their peers, from unique or uncommon synthesis techniques to simply having outstanding overall architecture. Sound designers focused on these qualities to create a varied and distinct selection of patches that reflect the best these machines have to offer.
Digital Synsations Vol. 2 delivers an extensive collection of sounds with over 20,000 samples recorded for the library resulting in 162 patches for DZmo, 187 for DK5S and 179 for DS-890, categorized by keyboard and type. DS Vol. 2 includes all the fundamental patch styles such as bass, bells, brass, keys, leads, pads, plucks and strings - plus a wide variety of specialty sounds including sequences, sweeps, vocals and more. Patches can be quickly browsed and easily layered, allowing hybrid multi-machine instruments, and with full control over amp envelopes, filters, modulation and effects, patches can be easily augmented and customized to create a near-limitless palette of new sounds.
Digital Synsations Vol. 2 offers native 64-bit standalone operation by way of Falcon or the free UVI Workstation, providing comprehensive support for all modern DAWs and simultaneous authorization on up to 3 computers or iLok keys.