UVI has released Program 24, a new library inspired by a hybrid digital/analog '80s workstation synth, available now with special intro pricing.
Program 24 is inspired by an obscure hybrid digital/analog workstation synth from the peak of '80s Italo Disco, the Solton Programmer 24 (and SM100). With a charactered vintage hardware sound, Program 24 delivers a suite of 5 instruments, including a full 8-bit PCM drum section, analog bass and lead with analog filter, strings and organs, accompaniment, and a powerful multi-instrument including all of them in one.
An inspirational playground loaded with authentic '80s charm, Program 24 delivers a massive selection of sounds, sequences, arps, and more, delivering multi-part presets with discrete rhythm, bass, strings and organs, and 3 accompaniment parts all with their own voice and arpeggiator controls. Created exclusively by our sound design team the included presets cover numerous styles such as Italo and modern disco, synthwave, electro, experimental and more.
Presets in Program 24 are fully-editable and are equally valuable as inspirational starting points or plug-and-play sonic destinations. Users have full control over each instruments amp envelopes, multimode filters and filter envelopes, effects including EQ, drive, and phasor, effect sends for 2 reverbs and 2 delays. The included arpeggiators are also deeply-customizable and include their own preset banks allowing you to instantly create variations or save your own.
Program 24 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.
Introductory Price: $49 / 49€ through December 14th, 2020 (Reg. $99 / 99€).
Listen to Program 24: SoundCloud.com/uvi-official/sets/program-24
Watch Program 24 in action: YouTube.com/watch?v=QEJtIn-Uk1M