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UVI Emulation II+ Review: A Retro Sampler Suite with Modern Features



Emulation II




Emulation II is based on the legendary E-mu Emulator II, one of the most popular samplers of the '80s. Used by artists such as Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Enya, Vangelis, Stevie Wonder, and many more, the Emulator II had a distinctive sound that defined an era. With UVI Emulation II, you get over 300 layers recorded directly from a fully-restored Emulator II. You also get access to the exclusive OMI libraries "Universe of Sounds" volumes 1 and 2, which were officially licensed by UVI. These libraries contain hundreds of high-quality sounds that cover a wide range of genres and styles. But that's not all. UVI Emulation II also lets you switch between the Emulator II and the rare Oberheim DPX-1 modes with a simple click. The Oberheim DPX-1 was a rackmount sampler that could load sounds from various formats, including the E-mu disks. By loading the same sounds on both machines and recording them separately, UVI captured two different flavors of lo-fi sampling that you can compare and contrast in real time. To use UVI Emulation II, you simply load a layer from the browser and play it on your keyboard. You can also tweak the sound using the intuitive interface that mimics the original hardware. You can adjust the volume, pan, tune, filter, envelope, and LFO settings for each layer. You can also add effects such as chorus, phaser, delay, and reverb to enhance the sound. One of the coolest features of UVI Emulation II is the ability to layer up to 8 sounds together and create huge stacked sounds. You can also use the arpeggiator to create catchy sequences and patterns. You can sync the arp to your host tempo and choose from various modes and patterns. You can also edit the arp steps and velocity for more control. UVI Emulation II offers a stunning collection of sounds that range from classic synths, pianos, organs, strings, brass, woodwinds, guitars, basses, drums, percussion, ethnic instruments, vocals, choirs, sound effects, and more. You can find sounds for any genre or mood, from pop, rock, funk, soul, disco, new wave, synthwave, ambient, cinematic, and beyond. Some of the highlights of UVI Emulation II are: - The famous Shakuhachi flute that was used by Peter Gabriel in "Sledgehammer" and Enigma in "Sadeness". - The haunting female choir that was used by Vangelis in "Blade Runner". - The iconic orchestral hit that was used by countless '80s hits such as "Owner of a Lonely Heart" by Yes and "Beat It" by Michael Jackson. - The funky slap bass that was used by Level 42 and Cameo. - The lush string ensemble that was used by Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys. - The realistic acoustic piano that was used by Stevie Wonder and Elton John. - The powerful synth brass that was used by Van Halen and Europe. - The quirky synth bells that were used by Madonna and Duran Duran. - The crisp drum machine sounds that were used by Prince and Phil Collins. And many more! Emulation I




Emulation I is based on the E-mu Emulator I, the predecessor of the Emulator II. The Emulator I was one of the first affordable samplers that allowed musicians to sample their own sounds and play them back on a keyboard. It had a gritty 8-bit sound quality that added character and warmth to any sound. With UVI Emulation I, you get over 200 layers recorded from an original Emulator I. You also get access to some rare factory disks that were never released to the public. These disks contain some unique sounds that you won't find anywhere else. But that's not all. UVI Emulation I also lets you create your own sounds using the floppy disk feature. You can load any WAV or AIFF file into UVI Workstation or Falcon and save it as a floppy disk image. Then you can load it into UVI Emulation I and play it back with the authentic lo-fi sound of the Emulator I. To use UVI Emulation I, you simply load a layer from the browser and play it on your keyboard. You can also tweak the sound using the interface that mimics the original hardware. You can adjust the volume, pan, tune, filter, envelope, LFO, and voice settings for each layer. You can also add effects such as chorus, phaser, delay, and reverb to enhance the sound. One of the coolest features of UVI Emulation I is the ability to layer up to 4 sounds together and create rich polyphonic sounds. You can also use the arpeggiator to create catchy sequences and patterns. You can sync the arp to your host tempo and choose from various modes and patterns. You can also edit the arp steps and velocity for more control. UVI Emulation I offers a diverse collection of sounds that range from classic synths, pianos, organs, strings, brass, woodwinds, guitars, basses, drums, percussion, ethnic instruments, vocals, choirs, sound effects, and more. You can find sounds for any genre or mood, from pop, rock, funk, soul, disco, new wave, synthwave, ambient, cinematic, and beyond. Some of the highlights of UVI Emulation I are: - The classic synth strings that were used by Jean Michel Jarre and Kraftwerk. - The realistic saxophone that was used by Dire Straits and Tina Turner. - The funky clavinet that was used by Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock. - The smooth electric piano that was used by Billy Joel and Lionel Richie. - The crunchy guitar that was used by ZZ Top and AC/DC. - The punchy bass that was used by Queen and Michael Jackson. - The snappy drums that were used by Blondie and The Police. - The eerie choir that was used by Pink Floyd and Mike Oldfield. - The metallic bells that were used by Eurythmics and Devo. And many more! Emulation III




Emulation III is based on the E-mu Emulator III, the successor of the Emulator II. The Emulator III was a 16-bit sampler that offered improved sound quality, more memory, more polyphony, and more features than its predecessors. It was used by artists such as U2, Enya, Peter Gabriel, Genesis, Paul McCartney, and many more. With UVI Emulation III, you get over 300 layers recorded from an original Emulator III. You also get access to the officially licensed OMI libraries "Universe of Sounds" volumes 3 to 6. These libraries contain thousands of high-quality sounds that cover a wide range of genres and styles. But that's not all. UVI Emulation III also lets you switch between the Emulator III and the Emax modes with a simple click. The Emax was a cheaper version of the Emulator II that had a similar sound but less features. By loading the same sounds on both machines and recording them separately, UVI captured two different flavors of 16-bit sampling that you can compare and contrast in real time. To use UVI Emulation III, you simply load a layer from the browser and play it on your keyboard. You can also tweak the sound using the interface that mimics the original hardware. You can adjust the volume, pan, tune, filter, envelope, LFO, voice group, and key group settings for each layer. You can also add effects such as chorus, phaser, delay, and reverb to enhance the sound. One of the coolest features of UVI Emulation III is the ability to layer up to 8 sounds together and create huge stacked sounds. You can also use the arpeggiator to create catchy sequences and patterns. You can sync the arp to your host tempo and choose from various modes and patterns. You can also edit the arp steps and velocity for more control. UVI Emulation III offers a vast collection of sounds that range from classic synths, pianos, organs, strings, brass, woodwinds, guitars, basses, drums, percussion, ethnic instruments, vocals, choirs, sound effects, and more. You can find sounds for any genre or mood, from pop, rock, funk, soul, disco, new wave, synthwave, ambient, cinematic, and beyond. Some of the highlights of UVI Emulation III are: - The rich synth pads that were used by Enya and Vangelis. - The realistic orchestral sounds that were used by U2 and Genesis. - The expressive solo instruments that were used by Paul McCartney and Peter Gabriel. - The smooth electric pianos that were used by Sting and Phil Collins. - The crunchy guitars that were used by Guns N' Roses and Metallica. - The deep basses that were used by Madonna and Michael Jackson. - The crisp drums that were used by Prince and Janet Jackson. - The ethereal vocals that were used by Enigma and Deep Forest. - The exotic ethnic instruments that were used by Peter Gabriel and Paul Simon. And many more! Drumulation+




Drumulation+ is based on the E-mu Drumulator, one of the first drum machines that offered realistic drum sounds. The Drumulator was designed by Roger Linn, the creator of the LinnDrum and the MPC series. It was used by artists such as Depeche Mode, New Order, Madonna, Prince, and many more. With UVI Drumulation+, you get over 2,400 drum sounds recorded from an original Drumulator. You also get access to some rare expansion cards that added more sounds to the Drumulator. These cards contain some unique sounds that you won't find anywhere else. But that's not all. UVI Drumulation+ also lets you edit the drum sounds using the interface that mimics the original hardware. You can adjust the volume, pan, tune, decay, tone, and noise settings for each sound. You can also add effects such as EQ, compressor, distortion, bit crusher, delay, and reverb to enhance the sound. One of the coolest features of UVI Drumulation+ is the ability to sequence and export drum patterns using the built-in sequencer. You can create your own patterns or use one of the 200+ MIDI drum patterns included in UVI Drumulation+. You can sync the sequencer to your host tempo and choose from various modes and options. You can also edit the pattern steps and velocity for more control. UVI Drumulation+ offers a massive collection of drum sounds that range from classic kicks, snares, toms, hi-hats, cymbals, claps, cowbells, congas, bongos, timbales, shakers, tambourines, and more. You can find sounds for any genre or mood, from pop, rock, funk, soul, disco, new wave, synthwave, hip hop, house, techno, and beyond. Some of the highlights of UVI Drumulation+ are: - The punchy kick that was used by Madonna and Prince. - The snappy snare that was used by Depeche Mode and New Order. - The metallic hi-hat that was used by Kraftwerk and Human League. - The booming tom that was used by Phil Collins and Genesis. - The crisp clap that was used by Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. - The funky cowbell that was used by Cameo and Grandmaster Flash. - The groovy conga that was used by Talking Heads and Paul Simon. - The latin bongo that was used by Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine. - The spicy timbale that was used by Santana and Tito Puente. And many more! Multi Instrument




The Multi Instrument is the ultimate instrument in UVI Emulation II+. It combines all the instruments in one powerful interface that lets you create amazing sounds and phrases. You can layer up to 8 sounds from Emulation I, II, III, or Drumulation+ and mix them together. You can also use the arpeggiator to create catchy sequences and patterns. To use the Multi Instrument, you simply load a sound from the browser and play it on your keyboard. You can also tweak the sound using the interface that mimics the original hardware. You can adjust the volume, pan, tune, filter, envelope, LFO, voice group, key group, and effects settings for each sound. You can also edit the arp steps and velocity for more control. The Multi Instrument offers a huge collection of sounds that range from classic synths, pianos, organs, strings, brass, woodwinds, guitars, basses, drums, percussion, ethnic instruments, vocals, choirs, sound effects, and more. You can find sounds for any genre or mood, from pop, rock, funk, soul, disco, new wave, synthwave, ambient, cinematic, and beyond. Some of the highlights of the Multi Instrument are: - The ability to create huge stacked sounds that combine up to 8 layers from different instruments. - The ability to create inspiring phrases that combine up to 8 arpeggiators from different instruments. - The ability to mix and match sounds from different eras and formats of sampling. - The ability to customize each sound with individual settings and effects. - The ability to save and recall your own presets and patterns. The Multi Instrument is a creative powerhouse that lets you explore new sonic possibilities and create amazing music with UVI Emulation II+. Conclusion




UVI Emulation II+ is the ultimate 80s sampler suite that gives you access to 3 iconic sampler-synths plus a massive lo-fi drum machine. You can enjoy over 1,300 presets, 800+ layers, 2,400+ drum sounds, heaps of arp and MIDI drum patterns, and an epic multi instrument that combines all the instruments in one powerful interface. UVI Emulation II+ is a versatile, dynamic, and massively playable instrument that will inspire you for years to come. Whether you want to recreate classic '80s hits or explore new sonic possibilities, UVI Emulation II+ is a must-have for any music producer or sound designer. If you are interested in UVI Emulation II+, you can try it for free for 15 days or buy it with a special discount or upgrade price if you own any UVI product. You can also check out the official website for more information or support. Don't miss this opportunity to get your hands on the ultimate 80s sampler suite. Get UVI Emulation II+ today and start making some awesome music! FAQs




Here are some common questions and answers about UVI Emulation II+: - What are the system requirements for UVI Emulation II+? - UVI Emulation II+ requires UVI Workstation 3.0.16 or higher or Falcon 2.1.1 or higher. It also requires an iLok account (free) and an internet connection for authorization. It works on Mac OS X 10.9 or higher (64-bit) and Windows 8 or higher (64-bit). It supports VST, AU, AAX plugin formats and standalone mode. - How much disk space does UVI Emulation II+ need? - UVI Emulation II+ needs about 10 GB of disk space for installation and 20 GB of disk space for operation. - How can I get UVI Emulation II+ with a discount or upgrade price? - If you own any UVI product (including free ones), you can get UVI Emulation II+ with a special discount or upgrade price. You can also check out the official website for any promotions or deals that may be available. - Can I use UVI Emulation II+ with any DAW or plugin host? - Yes, you can use UVI Emulation II+ with any DAW or plugin host that supports VST, AU, AAX plugin formats and standalone mode. You can also use it with UVI Workstation or Falcon as a sound library. - Where can I find more information or support for UVI Emulation II+? - You can find more information or support for UVI Emulation II+ on the official website. You can also contact the customer service team via email or phone.




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