UVI has announced the release of its latest virtual instrument Super-7, an analog toolbox from the 80s and beyond.
Inspired by Roland’s iconic MKS-7 multitimbral synth module, the deeply-editable instrument delivers pure ’80s synth and drum machine sounds with creative arpeggiator. It comes with over 260 patches, including all-new and factory sounds and patterns.
Super-7 delivers the unabashed sound of the ’80s inspired by the MKS-7, an 8-voice rackmount synthesizer that combines the analog architecture of the famous 106 with PCM sounds from the 7o7 drum machine.
In demand, often emulated, and a well loved instrument to this day, the 106 has been used widely by diverse artists ranging from pop legends Depeche Mode to the genre-defying Autechre. The sound is powerful and dynamic, capable of creating rich and charactered voices within modern productions or carrying entire tracks with its distinct, warm analog vibe.
Super-7 runs in the free UVI Workstation and Falcon. It is on sale for $49 USD/49 EUR through May 2nd, 2021 (regular 79 USD/EUR).
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