UVI – PX Memories (UVI Falcon)

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Iconic, famous and arguably one of the sweetest and most powerful analog synthesizers, PX Memories dives deep into Lintronics LAMM. Building on the latest and most ambitious polyphonic synthesizer model before bankruptcy in 1987, its development appears to have been incomplete, with a reputation for unstable tuning and complex system navigation, and the subsequent Plus model with only basic MIDI implementation.
The final frontier and transforming this beast into a reliable dream machine worthy of the road it envisioned is Rudi Lindhard’s Lintronics, a synthesizer and mod repair shop based in Germany, who developed this comprehensive system retrofit in 6 years. Those lucky enough to own a LAMM will find the iconic six-part sound to be stable, more easily editable, with improved I / O, improved stereo output, world-class MIDI implementation, allowing most of the front panel controls to be transmitted and transmitted. respond to control change messages and much more.
A perfect version of an incredible and extremely rare instrument, we are honored and honored to be able to bring you the iconic and inspiring sounds of LAMM.

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Starting with a perfect, fully serviced LAMM, our team of sound designers to create a huge range of customizable sounds, covering everything from classical to contemporary genres, creative arpov, the effects of modulating soundscapes and much more, providing a huge range of inspiring sounds.
Every patch we designed for the PX Memories has been multi-sampled in normal factory unison and dedicated LAMM stereo modes, allowing you to seamlessly switch between real hardware samples and subsequently allowing you to play in unison modes polyphonically, which is not possible on a hardware device.
Another huge creative advantage of PX Memories is the ability to load two programs at the same time with full control over each one. Each program in PX Memories functions as a separate layer, essentially giving you another full LAMM that you can layer, filter, animate, and arpeggios together (or separately) to create truly massive analog sounds. In addition, unison settings are set for each program, so when combined, you can get up to 36 authentic hardware analog voices sounding per note.
We ended up recording over 38,980 samples, packing PX Memories with a whopping 353 presets made from 171 programs and divided into 16 categories, including basics, animated arps, animated steps, bass, bells, brass, chords, effects, keys, solos. … , organ, pads, pliers, polysynth, strings and more. Each patch in PX Memories is fully customizable, allowing you to use them straight away or as a starting point for your own sound design

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