UVI

UVI has released Eternal Funk, a new expansion pack for Falcon laying the foundation for your own Funk records with the vibes and soul of '80s classics.

Eternal Funk delivers it all, from a wide selection of synth-based bass, leads, brass, guitar, electric piano and a full acoustic GM drum kit with authentic, old-school funk flavor.

The sounds of Eternal Funk were designed to replicate our favorite moments of '80s Funk, with sounds designed from scratch using Falcon's capable architecture. To deliver a complete and authentic sound UVI recorded a full drum kit in the classic way, ready for you to program in your own grooves or sequence with the included MIDI files covering timeless funk patterns.

Each of the sounds in Eternal Funk is designed to be expressive and playable, providing unique controls and macros allowing you to sculpt your sound and create dynamic performances.

The versatility and quality of Falcon is evident throughout this collection, utilizing numerous synthesis techniques including analog, FM and physical modeling, as well as robust use of effects and modulators. Sounds can all be quickly previewed, edited, layered or performed with nearly limitless variation thanks to Falcon's semi-modular architecture.

Price: $39 / 39€. Eternal Funk requires UVI Falcon. Falcon offers native 64-bit operation as a stand-alone application and is available as a plug-in supporting all popular formats on both Mac and Windows. Pulsar supports simultaneous authorization on up to 3 computers or iLok keys.

Watch Eternal Funk Trailer: YouTube.com/watch?v=p5G4U9fx9G0

Listen to Eternal Funk: SoundCloud.com/uvi-official/sets/eternal-funk-for-falcon

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