UVI Workstation For Mac, PC


UVI Workstation is a free multi-timbral instrument that provides unlimited parts, integrated effects, live performance features, and a smooth real-time workflow.

In a nutshell, they’re giving away their software workstation for free and hoping that you’ll like it enough to buy Soundpack downloads.

UVI Workstation main features:

  • New UVI Engine XT design provides superior sound quality and functionality.
  • 100% compatible with the UVI Soundcards from Ultimate Sound Bank.
  • Easily expandable with new Soundpack downloads from UVISoundsource.com
  • Universal compatibility Mac/Win
  • Supports all major plug-in formats (Audio Units, VST, RTAS, MAS)
  • Manage instruments and loops in the same interface
  • New smart integrated browser
  • New “info” section with text, pictures, and website link
  • Convenient mixing environment with meters, mute, solo, volume, pan…
  • Unlimited parts
  • Up to 64 MIDI channels
  • Disk streaming per part
  • Multiple separate outputs
  • MIDI learn
  • Expert mode
  • Cross-platform Multi’s with host compatible
  • Sound Design-Shaping tools: envelopes, multimode filters, LFOs, pitch…
  • Unlimited FX instances
  • Complete professional effects arsenal, with easy editing
    (delay, reverb, phaser, chorus, EQ, filter, drive, distortion, compressor…)
  • Excellent sounding convolution reverb
  • Direct sync to host: tempo & transport
  • State-of-the-art real-time time-stretch algorithm
  • Real-time sync to the beat: loops are always in time
  • Latch mode
  • Sample/Slice Start for loops and phrases
  • Drag & Drop MIDI & Audio
  • Import REX files, Apple Loops, AIFF, WAV and more.
  • Direct connection to the UVI SoundSource RSS feed

If you’ve used UVI Workstation, leave a comment with your thoughts!

3 thoughts on “UVI Workstation For Mac, PC

  1. I'm not fond of the dongle either, it's not a good choice for me (who already has 20-something USB devices plugged in). So I'm not compelled enough to try it as it doesn't fulfill some unique and pressing need I have.

    But it looks like they're trying to compete with Native Instruments' Kore here due to the whole "give away a free player and buy our soundpacks"!

  2. I agree. Having to use a dongle/iLok puts me off buying any of the products. They’re shooting themselves in the foot when there’s money on the table. :o/

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