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Software User Manual

Software Version 1.5


EN 160307
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Table of Contents

Introduction.............................................................................................................................4
Signal Flow and Functionality Overview......................................................................5
Classic and XL Versions......................................................................................................6
GUI Overview
Global and Oscillators....................................................................................................7
Pitch, Color, Filters and Amps....................................................................................8
Stereo and Effects...........................................................................................................9
Phraser................................................................................................................................10
Arpeggiator.......................................................................................................................11
Step Modulator................................................................................................................12
LFO Modulator and Modwheel Controls...............................................................13
Preset List
Preset List - Mono..........................................................................................................14
Preset List - Poly.............................................................................................................15
Preset List - Xtra 1.5......................................................................................................16
Links............................................................................................................................................17
Credits and Thanks...............................................................................................................18

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Introduction

The Beauty of Firsts Two Analog Souls


Theres something evocative and mysterious about firsts. Normal We started with a beautifully restored 1971 model, sampling every
people will recall their first pet, first crush or their first kiss. Thats waveform of every oscillator across every key - and we did this
not us. For us, that warm ethereal feeling comes from our first for multiple overdrive settings. UltraMini seeps with a thick and
analog synth. Theres something timeless about it. Part of it is its immediate analog sound produced with the same 3-oscillator
place in history, being the first affordable and accessible analog configuration. But we didnt stop there. In 2002 the king of mono
synthesizer. Part of it is a sonic fingerprint that resonates through synths had a second coming; this version has its own wild character
over 40 years of live and recorded music. Regardless of the and we figured, what better way to make a Mini ultra than to
criteria we can only summarize by saying give you two of them. Taking the new 2011
this instrument has made a permanent model, we performed the same comprehensive
impression on us, and were not alone. session creating an identical sample footprint.

A Prolific Past Beyond Mini


First made available to the public in 1971, this Oscillators are only half the storywhat
synth continued to be produced with very about the filters? Dont worry, weve got you
little change for over 10 years. Considered the covered. Weve included not one, but two of
most popular synth ever by some theres no our aggressive analog-modeled Xpander filters
doubt the instrument has led a prolific life, in UltraMINI, giving you unprecedented control
leaving a massive wake in its path; changing and a sound so sweet youll swear its analog.
perceptions and influencing synthesizer
Additional features include amplitude and filter key
design to this day. With a striking balance
follow, unrestricted polyphony, mono retrigger,
of simplicity and sonic range it was one
per-oscillator amplitude, stereo, color and drive
of the first real novice-friendly systems, a
control, a built in bit crusher, phaser, delay, limiter
factor that surely contributed to its success
and our advanced algorithmic reverbSparkVerb,
and also made it a superb tool for teaching
built-in phraser and arpeggiator assignable per-
the basics of subtractive synthesis.
oscillator, step and LFO modulations and a huge
Theres No Quitting You library of expertly crafted presets to explore.
As firsts often do, this one taught us a great deal. It cultured in
UltraMINI has been designed to give you a rich, authentic
us a sensitivity to intuitive design and the importance of great
sound and an immediate experience. An elegant GUI presents
sound regardless of form. In fact weve been speaking about
controls in an easy-to-understand layout, grouped for efficient
it from a project perspective since we began. We knew that if
and intuitive operation eliciting the feel of a real Minimoog.
we were going to do it, it would not only have to sound great
but it would need to elicit that same balance of immediate Now lets get started!
simplicity and sonic reward - a deceptively complex task. As time
progressed our vision crystallized; the design was ambitious but
it was clear to all of us that this was a project we had to do.
Whats New in version 1.5
Heart of a Hybrid Monster
200+ Factory presets
One of our specialties is making hybrid instruments. With a hybrid
Computer-based Authorization (iLok dongle no longer
instrument we get the best of both worlds. High fidelity sample-based
waveforms produced by real circuits, in real machines give the required)
instrument a pure sound from the start. Then accurately modeled Low-CPU Mode (UltraMini LE)
filters and effects are used on the back-end to shape and control the
sound, spending precious CPU cycles only where theyre needed. For Minimum System Requirements
this approach to work you need to build an amazing library of sounds UVI Workstation 2.6+ or Falcon 1.0+
and marry them to a truly advanced DSP engine. This is exactly 2GB of disk space
what weve done for UltraMINI thanks to hundreds of man hours For more information on the installation process, please refer to
of tedious multi-sampling and the award-winning UVI Engine. the document: Soundbank Installation Guide

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Signal Flow and Functionality Overview

Step Mod LFO Mod

Pitch Color Volume Drive


Arp/Phraser Oscillator 1 Filter 1 Filter 2 Amp Env 1 Stereo 1

Pitch Color Volume Drive


Arp/Phraser Oscillator 2 Filter 1 Filter 2 Amp Env 2 Stereo 2 Crusher Phaser Delay Reverb Limiter Master
+ Noise

Pitch Color Volume Drive


Arp/Phraser Oscillator 3 Filter 1 Filter 2 Amp Env 3 Stereo 3

UltraMINI Signal Flow Diagram

Functionality Overview
UltraMINI is a 3+1 oscillator subtractive mono/poly switchable spectrum. An [ALT] control is available, which when engaged
synthesizer built on the UVI Engine and a comprehensive library

will invert the stereo position with every key press. With [ALT]
of sample data from 2 hardware Minimoogs (1971 & 2011). engaged the [Spread] control is enabled and sets the distance
from center (0 being center, 10 being fully panned).
Each oscillator includes an octave switch, 6 base waveforms and
has independant amplitude, drive, color, pan and overdrive controls. A variety of sound shaping effects are available including the
Oscillators 2 and 3 have sweepable detune with a range of -7/+7 proprietary SparkVerb. Effects run in serial in the following
semitones. A noise oscillator offers pink or white tone. Its signal order: bit crusher, phaser, delay, reverb, limiter.
travels alongside oscillator two, feeding through its amplitude filter.
An arpeggiator and a phraser are available, each containing
UltraMINI can run in mono portamento, mono portamento 2, mono independant bypass per oscillator. The arpeggiator and
retrigger or polyphonic modes. A global pitch control allows for phaser are exclusive, meaning only one can be engaged at
glide effect with independant time and pitch depth settings. a time. Activating one will deactivate the other if it happens
to be engaged. Both offer editable resolution, groove, gate
3 amplitude filters provide standard ADSR envelope controls and step length controls for a maximum of 16 steps. The
and can be edited individually or globally. A [NO VEL] switch phraser offers live pattern input for fast programming.
overrides velocity data with a fixed 128 value. A [VEL > ATK] switch
overrides the attack parameter with the incoming note velocity. Step and LFO modulators offer per oscillator parameter
modulation of volume, pan, pitch and drive as well as filter
Xpander filters run in parallel offering low pass, band pass and cutoff for both Xpanders. In legato mode the Step modulator
high pass modes. Each filter is equipped with ADSR envelope gains independent delay, rise and smooth controls and the
controls as well as depth and velocity. Filters can be edited LFO modulator gains attack, decay and depth controls.
independantly or globally and have independant bypass switches.
Linear Key Follow is available for both Filter and Amplitude envelopes. Patches can be saved as multis through UVI Workstation
or as programs in Falcon. Additionally if youre working
A unique stereo control is available per oscillator. By default in plug-in mode, patch settings will be automatically
you can pan each oscillator signal to any position in the stereo saved in your project via. your DAW.

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Classic and XL Versions

Old and New: A Brief Explanation


Within UltraMINI are two wholey separate instruments, the
Classic and XL (pictured here). The Classic sports a natural
wood and black matal faceplate while the XL is dressed in
a clean white. Each instrument has the same control set;
your experience operating one will translate directly to
the other. The difference between them lies at the core.

UltraMINI is based on a quite massive sample footprint


taken from 2 vintage synthsone from 1971 and the
other from 2011. Extreme care was taken to ensure these
sets were as near as possible to allow for a consistent
and seamless experience. These sample sets serve as
the fundamental difference between the two versions of UltraMINI - Classic (1971)

UltraMINI; quite literally they are different instruments.

There are both subtle and distinct sonic differences


between the two. To help illustrate this point weve
made a generous preset bank available for both
versions giving you a straight-forward way to AB a
huge range of configurations if youre so inclined.

We hope very much that you enjoy exploring these two


synhts and that you find ways to apply their particular
strengths in your work.

UltraMINI - XL (2011)

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Global and Oscillators

8 Oscillator Bypass

Range 4 9 Drive

Waveform 5 10 Noise Bypass

11 Noise Volume

Detune 6 12 Noise Type

Volume 7

13 Overload Switch

Preset Navigator 2 3 Page Buttons

Master Volume 1

Global Controls Oscillator Controls 9 Drive


Amount of Drive per-oscillator
1 Master Volume 4 Range
Set the master volume for the selected Octave per-oscillator (-2/+2oct) 10 Noise Bypass
instance of UltraMINI (0-100) Turn noise generator ON/OFF
5 Waveform
2 Preset Navigator Waveform per-oscillator 11 Noise Volume
Arrow buttons toggle through presets Noise gain (0-100%)
Click preset name for a list view 6 Detune
Detune per-oscillator (-7/+7 semitones) 12 Noise Type
3 Page Buttons Choose Pink or White noise
Navigate between the UI pages 7 Volume
Gain per-oscillator (0-100%) 13 Overload Switch
Select amount of overload per-oscillator
8 Oscillator Bypass (none/soft/medium/hard)
Turn oscillators ON/OFF

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Pitch, Color, Filters and Amps

Mode Switch 1 4 Filter Bypass

5 Filter Switch

Color 2 6 Filter

Glide 3 7 Filter Envelope

8 Filter Mode

No Vel 9 11 Amp Key Follow

12 Amp Switch

Vel > Atk 10 13 Amp Envelope

Polyphony Filter Controls 8 Mode


Set filter mode (LP/BP/HP)
1 Mode Switch 4 Filter Bypass
Set global mode: (mono portamento,
mono portamento 2, mono retrigger, 5 Filter Switch
Amplitude Controls
polyphonic) Edit filter parameters independantly
9 No Vel
(1/2) or all at once (All)
Sets note velocity to a fixed value of 128
Pitch Controls 6 Filter
10 Vel > Atk
Cutoff
2 Glide Overrides amp envelopes attack value
Set filter cutoff (20Hz/20kHz)
Depth with incoming note velocity
Resonance
Set glide pitch depth
Set filter resonance (0-100%)
(-24/+24 semitones) 11 Key Follow
EG Depth
Time Set amp key follow amount (-1/+1)
Set filter depth (-1/+1)
Set glide time (0/10) (key position volume)
Velocity
Set filter velocity (0-100%)
12 Amp Switch
Timbre Control Key Follow
Edit amp parameters independantly
Set linear key follow (0-200%)
(1/2/3) or all at once (All)
3 Color (key position resonance)
Adjust timbre per-oscillator (-24/+24)
13 Amp Envelope
7 Filter Envelope
Attack/decay/sustain/release
Attack/decay/sustain/release per filter
per-oscillator

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Stereo and Effects

Phaser 5

Bit Crusher 4

6 Delay

Pan 1

Alt 2

Spread 3 8 Limiter

7 SparkVerb

Stereo Controls 5 Phaser 7 SparkVerb


Bypass Switch Bypass Switch
1 Pan Sync Mix
Set pan per-oscillator (L/C/R) Synchronize phaser to global tempo Set mix of dry/wet signal (0-100%)
Speed Size
2 Alt Set phaser rate (1/32 - 1/2)(0-10Hz) Set reverb size (4m/0.4s - 50m/5s)
Engage Alt mode inverts stereo Depth Decay
position with each key press Set phaser depth (0-100%) Set decay time (.5s/50s)
Feedback Lo Decay
3 Spread Set phaser feedback amount (0-100%) Set low decay multiplier (x0.1/x10)
Used in Alt modesets pan distance Lo Crossover
from center (0-100%) 6 Delay Set low crossover (10Hz/1kHz)
Bypass Switch Hi Decay
Mix Set hi decay multiplier (x0.1/x10)
Effects Set mix of dry/wet signal (0-100%) Hi Crossover
Time Set hi crossover (12kHz/20kHz)
4 Bit Crusher
Set delay length (1/16tri - 1/2)
Bypass Switch
Feedback 7 Limiter
Bits
Set delay feedback amount (0-100%) Bypass Switch
Set bit depth (1-24bits)
Cutoff Mix
Frequency
Set cutoff amount (LP/Off/HP) Set limiter wet/dry mix (0-100%)
Set sample rate (2-48kHz)
Spread
Drive
Set spread amount (-100%/100%)
Set drive amount (0-100%)

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Phraser

Osc Bypass 2 4 Groove Amount

Power 1 7 Step Quantity

Step Length 3 6 Record Note

5 Gate

Step Volume 8 11 Step Indicator

Step Pitch 9

Step Tie 10

12 Phraser /Arp Switch

Phraser Controls 5 Gate Amount 9 Step Pitch


Set the gate amount (0-100%) Set pitch per-step (-48/+48 semitones)
1 Power
ON/OFF switch for the phraser 6 Record Note 10 Step Tie
enabling the phraser while the Record Set tie per-step
arpeggiator is on will disengage Enables phraser record modeuse to
the arpeggiator quickly program pitch sequences 11 Step Indicator
Skip Step LED indicator displays current step
2 OSC Bypass Use in record mode to skip a step
Per-oscillator bypass switch 12 Phraser / Arp Switch
7 Step Quantity Switch between phraser and arpeggiator
3 Step Length Set the number of steps to be played pages (does not change current mode)
Set the step length (1/32 - 1/2) (1-16)

4 Groove Amount 8 Step Volume


Set the groove amount (0-100%) Set volume per-step

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Arpeggiator

Osc Bypass 2 4 Groove Amount

Power 1 8 Step Quantity

7 Octave Range

Step Length 3 6 Mode

Step Volume 9 5 Gate Amount

10 Step Indicator

11 Phraser /Arp Switch

Arpeggiator Controls 5 Gate Amount 9 Step Volume


Set the gate amount (0-100%) Set volume per-step
1 Power
ON/OFF switch for the arpeggiator 6 Mode 10 Step Indicator
enabling the arpeggiator while the Set the playback mode LED indicator displays current step
phraser is on will disengage (Up/Down-Up/Down)
the phraser 11 Phraser / Arp Switch
7 Octave Range Switch between phraser and arpeggiator
2 OSC Bypass Set the octave range to be played pages (does not change current mode)
Per-oscillator bypass switch (-6/+6oct)

3 Step Length 8 Step Quantity
Set the step length (1/32 - 1/2) Set the number of steps to be played
(1-16)
4 Groove Amount
Set the groove amount (0-100%)

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Step Modulator

6 Filter 1

Step Level 1 8 Volume

9 Pan

Step Quantity 2

Step Length 3 10 Pitch

Mode 4 11 Drive

Legato Controls 5 7 Filter 2

Step Modulator Controls 5 Legato Controls 8 Volume


Enabled if mode is set to [Legato] Step modulator volume (0-100%)
1 Step Level Delay Bypass per-oscillator
Set the parameter amount per-step Set the delay amount (0-10 sec)
(-1/+1) Rise 9 Pan
Set the rise amount (0-10 sec) Step modulator pan (0-100%)
2 Step Quantity Smooth Bypass per-oscillator
Set the number of steps to be played Set the step interpolation (0-100%)
(1-16) 10 Pitch
6 Filter 1 Step modulator pitch (-1/+1)
3 Step Length Step modulator filter 1 cutoff (-1/+1) Bypass per-oscillator
Set the step length (1/32 - 1/2) Bypass
11 Drive
4 Mode 7 Filter 2 Step modulator drive (0-100%)
Set the playback mode Step modulator filter 2 cutoff (-1/+1) Bypass per-oscillator
(Retrigger/No Retrigger/Legato) Bypass

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LFO Modulator and Modwheel Controls

Waveshape 1 8 Volume

Speed 2 12 Filter

Sync 3 9 Pitch

10 Pan

Legato Controls 5 13 Vibrato

Mode 4 11 Drive

Filter 1 6 14 Tremolo

Filter 2 7

Step Modulator Controls 5 Legato Controls (cont.) 11 Drive


ED Depth LFO drive (0-100%)
1 Waveshape Set the smooth amount (-1/+1) Bypass per-oscillator
Set the LFO waveshape
(sine, triangle, square, s&h) 6 Filter 1
LFO filter 1 cutoff (-1/+1)
Step Modulator Controls
2 Speed Bypass
12 Filter
Set the LFO speed
Modwheel filter 1+2 cutoff (-1/+1)
(Sync: 4x - 1/32)(Free: .18Hz - 15Hz) 7 Filter 2
Bypass
LFO filter 2 cutoff (-1/+1)
3 Sync Bypass
13 Vibrato
Sync the LFO to the global tempo
Modwheel vibrato amount (0-100%)
8 Volume
Bypass
4 Mode LFO volume (0-100%)
Set the playback mode Bypass per-oscillator
14 Tremolo
(Retrigger/No Retrigger/Legato)
Modwheel tremolo amount (01-00%)
9 Pitch
Bypass
5 Legato Controls LFO pitch (-1/+1)
Enabled if mode is set to [Legato] Bypass per-oscillator
Attack
Set the delay amount (0-10 sec) 10 Pan
Decay LFO pan (0-100%)
Set the rise amount (0-30 sec) Bypass per-oscillator

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Preset List - Mono

BS - Hive Mind LD - Dragon Totem PHR - Phrase Min7 MK


Mono Presets BS - Hollow Sus MK LD - Endless Dawn PHR - Phraser Crew
(Classic and XL)
BS - I Am In Charge LD - Evolead PHR - Rubber Bandit
BS - Light Hollow MK LD - Gryphic Solo PHR - Substructure
00 - Init
BS - Mango Wheel LD - HPF Lead CS PHR - The Earth Quake
BS - Melodic MK LD - Hybridation PHR - WheeLocomotion
Arpeggios BS - Obee Boo LD - Lead Hollow MK
BS - Phassty LD - Leading To Heaven
ARP - 101 Clean Decay MK BS - Saw Tri MK LD - Little Cake
Short Sequence
ARP - 101 Clean Short MK BS - Shinra Generator LD - Love Me Funk
SEQ - Almost 8bit
ARP - Axial Tracer BS - Short Bass CS LD - Mini Saw Lead
SEQ - Cop Porn
ARP - Bass Reflector MK BS - Soft Funk MK LD - Multi Charger
SEQ - Little Mouse
ARP - Circuit Symp One BS - This is D Mode LD - Nasty Tremowheel
SEQ - Short Soft
ARP - Count Down BS - Tracer Wheel LD - No Warning
SEQ - VELectronica
ARP - Crystalizer BS - Ultra Wet LD - Phone Lead
SEQ - You Vee Hi
ARP - Engine Starter BS - Very Low LD - Raw Funk
ARP - Inversions BS - Video Game Sub LD - Robotik
ARP - Melancolie BS - Z Ball Dad LD - Smooth Solo
ARP - Popped Stitch LD - So Funky
ARP - Rail Jumper LD - Solo Axis
ARP - Slow Elepants
FX /Sound Design LD - Synth Hero
ARP - Speak n Spell CS LD - Talking Fat
FX - Broken Lead
ARP - Spiral LD - The Last Whaal
FX - Daisy Grain
ARP - Tangerine One LD - Turbo Charged
FX - Major Feeling
ARP - Telephony
FX - Mini Arcade
ARP - Three Storms
ARP - Vintage Pincer
FX - Minor Glitch Monophonic
FX - OSC Kick CS
ARP - Warm Panner
FX - Sonar Scan
Phraser
ARP - Z Banana Factory
FX - Steam CS
PHR - Bass Magnetic
FX - Subsonic Devastator
PHR - DG Havana
Bass FX - Sweep my Wheel
PHR - Electric Pirate
FX - Well Know One
PHR - Fine AL
BS - 3 Oct Sub Click MK
PHR - Finish Him
BS - 3 Oct Sus MK
BS - Argentum
Lead / Solo PHR - Gullfire
PHR - Hell Fusion
BS - Bloom Tender
LD - Big Short Lead PHR - I Am Moustachu
BS - Broken Bass
LD - Cliffs PHR - Lydian
BS - Droid Crooner Wheel MK
LD - Cool Perfection CS PHR - Noisy Bass Line
BS - Drone Step
LD - Dark Choir PHR - One Again
BS - Hard Gristle

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Preset List - Poly

PL - Gryphic Poly PD - Sweep Alien Zone FX - Ghosted


Poly Presets PL - Old School Game PD - Wheel Done FX - Inside UFOs
(Classic and XL)
PL - Raise to 7th MK PD - Accumulator FX - Quino Polygon
PL - Relax FX - Soft Film Emitter
00 - Init
PL - Rendez Vous FX - Stack em High
PL - SanzAnalog
Keyboards Sounds
Analog Strings PL - Sequensations
KB - Analog Dub Miscellaneous
PL - Simple Funky
KB - Cat Keys MK
STR - Big Triple PL - Soft Bright on Wheel
KB - Church Analog MSC - Guitar Jazzy MK
STR - Chunky Strings PL - Sun Titan
KB - Dream Analog Keys MSC - Nate Bells
STR - Full Phase Strings MK
KB - Lead Chords MSC - Space Marimba
STR - Mellow Strings
STR - Pure Old Analog
Arpeggios KB - Medievaling MSC - Step Timelapse
KB - Mini Wurli MSC - The Voice and the
STR - Slow JMJ
ARP - Alternator KB - MKlavinet Whistle
STR - Strings Plain MK
ARP - Jah Wheel KB - Organ Chapel MK MSC - Three Bells
STR - Strings Slow MK
ARP - Man On Tropo KB - Organ Dirty 5th MK MSC - Twelve Mellow
ARP - Nostalgia KB - Organ Perc MK
Bass ARP - Space Analog Piano KB - Organ Soft 1 MK
ARP - Space Dust MK KB - Organ Soft 2 MK
BS - Bass The Dog MK ARP - Sparkle Steps MK KB - Perc Keys MK
BS - Comp Attack MK ARP - Zodiac KB - Perfect Keys CS
BS - Fusion MK KB - Pianolution
BS - Jazz in the Box MK KB - Porta Sine
BS - Warm Attack
Pads KB - Pure Beauty Keys
KB - Sine Keys MK
PD - 2nd ENV Trigger MK
KB - Stellar Paradise
Poly Synths PD - 7th Random MK
KB - Stepped Keys
PD - 70s Haunting MK
KB - Synth Harpsychord
PL - Analog Bells PD - Air Tin Teeter
KB - Synth Keys
PL - Band Pass Stepper MK PD - Arc Drops Move
KB - The Lee Crew
PL - Brabrass PD - Baked Phalanges
PL - Brass 7th MK PD - Bell and Dawn
PL - Brass 12 db MK PD - Dark Wheel Sweep FX /Sound Design
PL - Brass Oct MK PD - Future Passed CS
PL - Chord BP Stab MK PD - Lo Fox FX - Chrome Throat
PL - Cosmic Forces PD - Male Choir MK FX - Crazy Melodic
PL - Dawn Ascension PD - Rocking Chair FX - Destroy Strum
PL - Four Midable PD - Silver Ramper FX - Fire Mares
PL - Future PPG CS PD - Step eWHEELution FX - Flutter

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Preset List - Xtra 1.5

New Presets Effects Phraser Poly Synths


(Classic and XL)
FX-Chordmod PHR-Agent Red PL-Attacko
00 - Init FX-Launch PHR-Blue Chordline 1 PL-Band Chord
FX-Mezmor PHR-Blue Chordline 2 PL-Bevel Key
Arpeggios Keyboard Sounds PHR-Blue Chordline 3 PL-Blue Pluck
KB-Aggro Organ PHR-Can Opener PL-Chord Me
ARP-Abcess KB-Bandit PHR-Chord Mover PL-Fast Ambi
ARP-Autolog KB-Cab Chord PHR-Creep PL-Melodon
ARP-Bevel Key KB-Ting Vibe PHR-Crunchy Chip PL-Red Chord
ARP-Chaotic PHR-Diver Glide
ARP-Chiff Grit Lead/Solo PHR-Diver Short Sequence
ARP-Chopper PHR-Drive Cycles
ARP-Circles LD-Bit Skit PHR-Drive Max SEQ-Alive Auto
ARP-Flicksyn LD-Biting Slider 1 PHR-Fastlane SEQ-Attacko
ARP-LoBit LD-Biting Slider 2 PHR-Fri Mod SEQ-Bodybass
ARP-Lock In LD-Crunch Keys PHR-Gut Slide SEQ-Gate Hollow
ARP-Meat Bass LD-Diver Glide PHR-Insecticide SEQ-Invert
ARP-One LD-Energy Waver PHR-Jam Slider SEQ-Rez Fry
ARP-Perk Chords LD-Finglide PHR-Joom SEQ-Softbit
ARP-Pulse Wah LD-Fri Jam PHR-Little Beasty STR-Stringmach
ARP-Square Glue LD-Glass Grinder PHR-Lo Aircrisp
ARP-Two LD-Mean Rise PHR-Power Chord
LD-Noisy Open PHR-Push
Bass LD-Open Stack PHR-Ringer
LD-Rez AM PHR-Scream Bubble
BS-Alive LD-Ring Rez PHR-Slide Pass LP
BS-Antic LD-Rogue PHR-Slide Pass
BS-Bodybass LD-Stained PHR-Sub Crispy
BS-Dry Pass LD-Vibrofade PHR-TriOctane
BS-LoBit PHR-Ups Bass
BS-Mean Sus Pads PHR-Whalk
BS-Portabit PHR-Whip Squared
BS-Raw Bass PD-Dampen PHR-Wob Fly
BS-Triform PD-Softback
BS-Velocitize PD-Twist Phase

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Credits and Thanks

Produced by UVI
Recording / Editing / Sound Design
Damien Vallet
Kevin Guilhaumou
Alain J Etchart
Michael Kastrup
Nathaniel Reeves
Oliver Davis

Scripting & Software


Olivier Tristan
Remy Muller

GUI
Nathaniel Reeves

Documents
Nathaniel Reeves
Kai Tomita

Special Thanks
Michael Kastrup
Manu @ master-wave.com