UVI has launched a limited time on the PX Apollo, a virtual instrument library that is based on a rare synthesizer prototype from the early 70s, of which only 2 are known to exist.

Part of a larger project that was eventually abandoned, this instrument was the precursor to one of the world’s first and most prolific polyphonic analog synthesizers.

With a sound that can be described as rich, warm and surreal, this instrument was extraordinarily playable for the time, sporting velocity sensitivity and a performance interface, while its polyphonic 71-voice architecture signaled the coming paradigm shift in synthesizer design that would soar during the following decade.

PX Apollo features

  • 1.13 GB content (FLAC lossless encoding, was 3.39 GB in WAV).
  • PX Prototype Series instrument.
  • 4,002 Samples (44.1 kHz. Recording at 96 kHz).
  • 153 Presets.
  • Requires free UVI Workstation v2.6.2 or Falcon v1.0.5.

PX Apollo is on sale for 49 EUR until January 29th (regular 79 EUR).

More information: UVI PX Apollo