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Ultimate Sound Bank is demonstrating Ultra Focus at the Frankfurt MusikMesse. Although the company has previously showed an early version of the instrument, this is the first opportunity to see and hear the new, feature complete version.

Ultra Focus is a synthesizer anthology instrument, featuring an 8 Gigabytes sample library and a virtual synth making full use of the latest version of the UVI-Engine. At the end of the chain is a multi-effect module so you can tailor your sound.

The UVI-Engine is at the heart of Ultra focus. With this new instrument, Ultimate Sound Bank is introducing a new version of the UVI-Engine with several exciting new features:

  • Improved preset management: reorganize the presets directly on your hard drive
  • Improved preset selection: enter the preset number for a quick and direct access
  • Next/previous program selection arrows
  • All 4 LFOs sync to your sequencer's tempo
  • Every LFO features a waveform selection menu (7 waveforms included)
  • Comprehensive multimode filter with a new overdrive section
  • The overdrive is included in the augmented list of modulation destinations
  • "Timbre" slider: new sounds instantly
  • New Effects section that can be synched to the sequencer's tempo

More facts about Ultra Focus:

  • Over 2 000 included presets
  • New presets offered every month on the company's website, free to all registered users
  • 8 gigabytes of synth sounds
  • Powerful dual layer architecture
  • Full MIDI implementation
  • Multi-effect section with 29 algorithms

Types of synthesis sounds included:

  • Classic analog
  • FM & formant synthesis
  • Wavetables
  • Vector synthesis
  • Additive Sounds
  • PCM synths
  • Analog Modeling
  • Stack /Hybrid / Chords
  • Bonus Machines
  • Pure Analog waveforms

Suggested retail price: 399 USD.

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