The word ‘warm’ might be overused, but when it comes to the KORG PS-3200 I can’t think of anything more appropriate.
The Korg PS-3200 was a semi-modular 48-voice polyphonic analog synth manufactured in limited numbers during the late ‘70s.
The PS-3200 featured a remarkable architecture for the time, providing 2 VCOs each with its own VCF and LFO per-voice across 48 voices with preset recall. Meaty analog bass lines, acid leads, rich pads and complex evolving timbres, you name it: the PS-3200 provides a wealth of sound design inspiration.
UVI decided to capture the spirit and the sounds of this iconic synth with UVS-3200, a new library released today.
UVS-3200 features a 2-oscillator design providing users with a large selection of presets to build patches with. Each oscillator has a configurable amp, filter and stereo section along with a customizable 16-step arpeggiator.
UVS-3200 also includes versatile modulation and effect sections allowing users to easily add movement to their sounds and add high-quality reverb, delay, chorus, phaser and drive, as well, a handy modwheel editor allows quick mapping of commonly reached-for parameters like vibrato and filter depth.
Over 220 patches with the authentic sounds of the Korg PS-3200 are provided. A versatile collection covers everything from classic to modern styles, including arpeggios, bells, brass, bass, chords, keys, leads, pads, plucks strings, sweeps and more.
Patches can be quickly browsed and even layered together to create a near-limitless variety of stacked sounds.
UVS-3200 offers native 64-bit standalone operation by way of Falcon or the free UVI Workstation, providing comprehensive support for all modern DAWs and simultaneous authorization on up to 3 computers or iLok keys.
Pricing and Availability
UVS-3200 is available immediately at an introductory price of $49 / 49€ through March 1st, 2017 (regularly $79 / 79€) from authorized dealers and the UVI online shop.
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