UVI String Machines Review

UVI String Machines is a new software synth that recreates the sounds of classic string synths, including:

  • Korg Poly Ensemble PE2000 – Heavy synthesizer widely used by the pioneers of 70?s electronic music
  • Eko Stradivarius – Also called “the italian analog string processor”
  • Siel Orchestra – Orchestral synthesizer with 4 tweakable presets: Brass, Strings, Organ and Piano
  • Excelsior Strings Synthesizer K4 – Pretty rare string keyboard, introduced in 1975 by Elettronica Excelsior of Castelfidardo
  • Logan String Melody – Pure string synthesizer with great sound and three basic sounds: ‘Violin’, ‘Viola’ and ‘Cello’
  • Crumar Performer – Solid and fully polyphonic analog Strings and Brass machine
  • Elka Rhapsody\ – Violin, Cello and Strings with that classic and unique shimmering ensemble effect
  • Solina String Ensemble – No doubt, this is THE String Machine
  • Yamaha SS30 – Dual-oscillator classic string synthesizer full of wood
  • ROLAND RS-505 – Very famous machine combining strings, a basic polysynth and a bass section
  • ROLAND VP-330 – Known as a vocoder, it contains excellent sounding strings and choirs
In this video review, Russ Hughes takes a look at UVI String Machines:

UVI String Machines is available now for Mac & PC for $99.

If you’ve used UVI String Machines, let us know what you think of it!

via Pro-Tools-Expert

4 thoughts on “UVI String Machines Review

  1. Why the need for something new?
    Unless it’s actually an improvement, there is no need for novelty for its own sake.

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