The PX Apollo is based on a rare early 70s synthesizer prototype, of which only two are known to exist. Part of a larger project that was eventually abandoned, this instrument became the predecessor to one of the first and most widespread polyphonic analog synthesizers in the world. With a sound that can be described as rich, warm and surreal, this instrument could only be played at the time, it had velocity sensitivity and a functional interface, while its polyphonic 71-voice architecture signaled an impending paradigm shift in a synthesizer design that will skyrocket over the next decade.
to work with the bank you need a Falcon sampler
installation: move the R2RUVI file from the R2R folder to C: \ ProgramData \ UVI \ R2R