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The Unfinished releases Diva Ex Machina for u-he Diva

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The Unfinished Diva Ex Machina

The Unfinished has announced the release of Diva Ex Machina, a soundset featuring a collection of 128 sounds for u-he’s Diva, aimed at analogue, electronic sounds for film scoring and electronica.

Ex Machina is something of a special synth soundset as it includes all the patches I designed for the composer Nathan Furst to use in his score for Need For Speed. I have to thank Nathan and DreamWorks for very kindly giving me permission to share the sounds I designed for Nathan. Also in this soundset are a number of other sounds inspired by the work I was doing for Nathan.

The collection features a plethora of warm, punchy basses; ethereal, drifting pads; gentle, old skool sequences; deep, dynamic basslines; classic, spacey leads; and sinister, evocative soundscapes. All programmed with a little musical, kinetic energy in the modwheel, as you would expect.

With an emphasis on expressive, vintage, analogue synth sounds with a modern cinematic twist, this soundset is a blend of the likes of Cliff Martinez, Vangelis, Trent Reznor and Future Sound of London, with just a pinch of Harry Gregson-Williams and Michael McCann.

If you want to add some retro synth feel, or merely beef up the space and dynamics of your tracks with some analogue colours, Diva Ex Machina is a handy collection.

The soundset is available for purchase for £19.99 GBP.

More information: The Unfinished / Diva Ex Machina

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Fingermarks updates Diva Nation soundset

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aMUSEd of Fingermarks has updated its Diva Nation free soundset for the Diva virtual analog synthesizer by u-he.

Fingermarks

OK here’s the promised update – some patches using the digital osc and Uhbie filter in there now too – couple of ripsnorting leads using the feedback oscs – lost count but well over 100 patches in there now:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/564 … Nation.zip

also added some esoteric (Howardesque) categorisation

The soundset is a free download.

More information: Fingermarks

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Coxys releases Trance Essentials soundset for Zebra

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Coxys has announced the release of Trance Essentials, a soundset featuring trance presets for the Zebra 2.5 synthesizer instrument by u-he.

Whether you want to recreate the sounds of your favourite Trance artist of gain a style all of your own, this collection of goto trance and EDM sounds will help get you sounding like the professionals.

Trance Essentials features

  • 49 Main Lead Patches.
  • 32 Bass Patches.
  • 16 Pad Patches.
  • 8 FX Patches.

The soundset is available for purchase for £9.95 GBP.

More information: Coxys / Trance Essentials

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Introduction to ACE part 4 by Dan Worrall

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u-he has just posted part 4 of the “Introduction to ACE” series of tutorial videos by Dan Worrall on the ACE modular synthesizer instrument.

The last in Dan Worrall’s 4-part series about u-he’s ACE modular synthesizer.
Best viewed at 720p (HD) resolution

ACE for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available from u-he for 69 EUR.

More information: u-he / ACE

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Trance Techno Soundbanks releases Zebra2 Y2K Trance Layers

Zebra2 Y2K Trance Layers

Trance Techno Soundbanks has announced Zebra2 Y2K Trance Layers, a soundset for the Zebra synthesizer instrument by u-he.

This is tematic pack for Y2K TRANCE MUSIC(YEARS 1998-2003). It includes 90 presets for Uhe Zebra2 divided in 25 layers, and lot of leads plucks and basses.

If you are looking for layers that makes wall of sound ZEBRA Y2K LAYERS SOUNDBANK is for you !!! With this soundbank you get ready full construction demo tracks of Y2K TRANCE.

Y2K Trance Layers features

  • 90 Zebra2 presets (h2p).
  • 20 Construction kits in MIDI (every demo).
  • 20 FL Studio .flp files.
  • 20 Automation screens JPGs for every demo.

The soundset is available for purchase for 15 EUR.

More information: Trance Techno Soundbanks / Y2K Trance Layers

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Introduction to ACE part 3 by Dan Worrall

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u-he has recently posted the third part of Dan Worrall’s superb “Introduction to ACE” tutorial video series on the ACE modular synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac.

The third in Dan Worrall’s 4-part series about u-he’s ACE modular synthesizer.
Best viewed at 720p (HD) resolution

ACE for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available from u-he for 69 EUR.

More information: u-he / ACE

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u-he updates plug-ins to rev 2242 (public beta)

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u-he has launched a new public beta of its plug-ins.

As these builds have probably reached a state that is more stable than our official releases, I would like to push them through testing/public beta/release candidates as soon as possible.

Changes in rev 2242

  • Hopefully fixed crash bug in Bitwig on MacOS X (was a Cocoa drawing issue).
  • Put full Mousewheel support back into VST2.
  • Fixed All Notes Off issue with Zebra (abrupt releases).
  • Fixed Pan/Vol Mod Labels in ZebraCM.
  • Fixed MIDI Unlearn in AAX / Pro Tools.
  • Reworked Mac Installers with Apple recommended ownerships (System/Admin).
  • Correct Satin 1.1 user guide.
  • Added full resolution to 7-bit MIDI Learn.
  • Moved Runciter from Example to Harmonic category in PT.
  • Added host/os/bitdepth/plug-in format to logging facility.
  • Correct UI size for Satin in Live 32-bit VST.
  • Fixed erratic parameter loopback in Satin (possibly fixing a lot of random issues).

The new public beta versions of ACE, Diva, Filterscape, MFM2, Podolski, Satin, Triple Cheese, Uhbik, Zebra and ZebraCM are now available to download at the u-he forum at KVR Audio.

More information: u-he

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