The first keyboard to transmit sampled waveforms via an oscillator, the K250, was a collaborative effort by legendary musician Stevie Wonder, ARP founder Alan Pearlman and renowned synthesizer master Bob Moog.
The K250 was the world’s first ROM player capable of producing great acoustic sounds without the need for disk drives. With an impressive 24-note polyphony and a monstrous 88-note weighted keyboard, the K250 was designed with performance in mind. Following the success, the K1000 was released with a sportier 76-key keyboard. It offered additional portability and sound through a simplified front panel.
For the U1250, we chose to use both the K250 and K1000, programming a wide variety of sounds including acoustic and electric pianos, bells, hammers, drums, percussion, guitar, bass, pads, brass, brass and other orchestral instruments. The sounds in the U1250 evoke a nostalgic vintage feel thanks to the early digital sampling character of these instruments. The hardware has been tediously multisampled to create authentic gameplay and dynamic sound that feels and acts like real.
All sounds in the U1250 can serve as direct inspiration or starting point for your own sound design. Built-in ADSR amplitude, multimode filter with ADSR, stereo unison, legato, noise generator, fast modulation wheel mapping, modulators and high-quality effects from UVI allow you to quickly adapt the sound to your needs to radically transform it into something completely new.
to work with the bank, the UVI Falcon tool is required
Copy the license file from the R2R folder with the R2RUVI extension to C: \ ProgramData \ UVI \ R2R