Deal: IK Multimedia UNO Synth Pro Keyboard for 222€ (72% OFF) (SOLD OUT)

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Deal: Thomann has dropped the price of the IK Multimedia UNO Synth Pro 3-voice paraphonic analog Synthesizer by 72% to 222€. 

Thomann has been celebrating its 70th birthday with deals since March 1st. Today, they are going into extension with new big deals.

One of them is a crazy good synth deal. The IK Multimedia UNO Synth Pro keyboard Synthesizer is available for 222€ instead of 818€ (list price at launch). This is a discount of 72%.

Deal IK Multimedia

Deal IK Multimedia UNO Synth Pro

This isn’t the first time the price has fallen like this. I already reported a 49% discount at the end of 2022.  However, the current Thomann price is the best price and a sign that the warehouse needs to be cleared.

For 222€, you get an excellent, rich-sounding paraphonic analog Synthesizer. In my opinion, it’s a very underrated synth. This is mainly due to the weird design and the matrix operation. In terms of sound, it has a fat analog character with a lot of low end. My full review is available here

There is no alternative to this price. Yes, a Behringer Pro-800 has 8 voices but is not as extensively equipped as a UNO Synth Pro. You get here three analog oscillators, a dual filter with two distinctive characters, two LFOs, and more.

Not to forget you get a very good Fatar keyboard with velocity and aftertouch. But you should know before buying that the Uno Synth Pro no longer receives updates. The product is end-of-life (EOL).

I still use the synth regularly. Here, for example, in a recent demo with a Softube plugin. I didn’t notice any major bugs. It works well, and I’m still amazed by its sound. Of course we would have liked to see new features, but that never happened.

Feature Highlights

  • 3 continuously variable waveshape oscillators with PWM, synch, FM, and ring modulation
  • dual filter design consisting of a new SSI filter and the original UNO Synth filter with 24 possible modes, including serial and parallel routing
  • 3-slot multi-fx plugin with 12 studio-quality digital effects: modulation, delay, and reverb + analog overdrive
  • rich modulation with two full ADSR envelopes, 2 multi-wave LFOs, and a big modulation matrix
  • onboard arpeggiator and 64-step sequencer with parameter automation
  • 256 user-editable presets
  • free editor for macOS and Windows
  • USB, MIDI and CV/Gate I/O
  • external input to the filters and effects

If you are looking for a keyboard analog synth and your budget is tight, then the UNO Synth Pro could be a great addition to your setup. It’s not the most intuitive to use and lovely looking, but a big-sounding synth.

IK Multimedia UNO Synth Pro keyboard is available now for 222€ at Thomann. 

More information here: IK Multimedia 

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  1. Mostly outstanding synth and a no-brainer at that price. I picked one up for about 450 euros a little over year ago, and I thought that was a great price.

    The positives? 1) the build! Super solid, 2) the sound and 2-filter configuration…quite gritty, beefy, and ballsy, 3) great feeling keys…best I have for a 3-octave keyboard (IMHO). Absolutely love playing the keys, and if it had better power plugs, it would probably be a go-to controller for me.

    The negatives? 1) filter envelope doesn’t reproduce classic analog monosynth behavior (not as fun to solo on for a prog-loving guy like me) and 2) the power supply options are the exact opposite of the build quality…flimsy DC or USB plugs that look like they’re dying to be broken off.

    Semi-negative? The user interface and OS. I’ve used much worse. I’ve used much better. The OS makes it less of “starter synth” than it could be.

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