UVI has announced the release of Vector Pro, a new suite of instruments aimed at the imaginative sounds of vector synthesis.
With a massive library of over 30gb, Vector Pro offers a staggering detail of what’s possible with classics such as the Sequential Prophet VS and FM-infused Yamaha SY22. 3 separate instruments provide an array of expressive musical options each with deep editing and performance capabilities. Over 500 factory patches deliver everything from powerful leads and evolving ambiences to surging rhythmic tapestries—an abundance of timbres suitable for all styles and genres.
Sound designers at UVI programmed and multi-sampled hundreds of custom patches on a number of restored machines providing a faithful and comprehensive core library for Vector Pro. A true exposition of these machines capabilities can be heard, from classic tones to new and experimental soundscapes. Inclusion of multi-sampled raw waveforms in Vector Pro VX allows for the creation of custom patches, while its dual-layer architecture delivers independent amp, filter, stereo, modulation and arpeggiator controls providing vast opportunities for sound design.
Vector Pro also features a newly improved licensing model allowing for 3 concurrent authorizations on any combination of computer hard drives and iLok keys. This enhancement provides users with multiple workstations an immediate workflow improvement by eliminating the need to manually move a single authorization from system to system.
As with all UVI instruments Vector Pro is powered by the UVI Engine, leveraging analogmodeled filters, a flexible modulation architecture and a vast library of sophisticated studio effects to provide intuitive control and superb sound quality. All instruments in Vector Pro can be loaded in the free UVI Workstation, providing native 64-bit performance, comprehensive plug-in compatibility with all major DAWs, stand-alone operation and dynamic performance controls.
Vector Pro is available to purchase for the introductory price of $149 USD / 115 EUR through February 28th, 2014 (regular price $199 USD / 149 EUR).