UVI Falcon 2 Synthesizer Sound Demo (Factory Library Walkthrough)

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Let’s check out the sounds in the factory library of the new UVI Falcon 2 Synthesizer in a detailed walkthrough sound demo.

With Falcon 2, UVI released a big free update in October that includes many new features and sounds. Feature highlights are a versatile additive oscillator, a lot of new effects including a tape echo or formant crusher. It comes also with new script-based sequencers and over 160 new wavetables.

The update also has a newly expanded factory library with over 150 new sounds, many of which use the new additive oscillator as a sound generator.

UVI Falcon 2 Sound Demo

New Factory Library Interface

UVI also introduced a new interface for the Factory Library 2.0, which is held in the design of the Falcon. It became beautiful and has four macro knobs each of which can be assigned to MIDI CC. A criticism, however: you have to recreate the Knobs again and again when changing a patch, please improve this UVI.

Falcon 2 Sound Demo


Falcon 2 features a lot: 16 oscillators types where 9 are pure synthesis oscillators including virtual analog, wavetable, phase distortion, FM and additive type, and even physical modeling with the pluck oscillator. It offers also 90+ effects, many modulation sources, MIDI processors with scripting in an expansive semi-modular sound design environment.

It allows you to create and manipulate sound with unparalleled precision and finesse, from basic sample slicing and synth design to extravagantly modulated multitimbral hybrids.

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Falcon 2 is available now for 349€ plus a $100/100€ voucher. Owners of Falcon can download for free Falcon 2 and the updated library through the UVI Portal or My Products on the website.

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