Free IK Multimedia UNO Synth Editor Now Available

IK Multimedia has released the official patch editor application for its new UNO synth.

The UNO Synth Editor is available for iOS, Mac & Windows as a free download.

The UNO Synth Editor is a plug-in and standalone app that lets you access all the parameters the UNO Synth. The Editor lets you go beyond the front panel controls and access deeper programming settings, like full 4-stage ADSR envelopes for both filter and amplitude, pulse width and waveform shape modulation of the oscillators, modulation wheel assignments, velocity control and more.

The UNO Synth Editor works as a standalone application on iPhone and iPad, but on Mac and PC it/s available as a standalone application and as a plug-in for your DAW. This means that you can program and play the UNO Synth just like a virtual instrument, with total recall, so the Editor will recall its previous settings each time you open an older session.

Details are available at the IK Multimedia site.

5 thoughts on “Free IK Multimedia UNO Synth Editor Now Available

  1. Looks awesome – been waiting to check this out!

    Does UNO Synth respond to velocity input of any kind? I know it doesn’t on the device but sometimes MIDI/Sysex allows it.

    What makes this convenient is that UNO can be controlled by USB MIDI so you can literally go CCK -> MicroUSB cable and have full editing and sequencing capabilities on a iPad.

  2. kinda wish there was access to the sequencer section, scratch that! i really wish there was access to the sequencer section!! otherwise killer!

    1. Its just launched and still at V1- It is an impressive launch version (I hope all IK products get that re-sizable interface!!) but I think it is safe to assume both the hardware and software will be improved overtime with updates, and being able to record sequences/edit on a computer and then load them in to the UNO should theoretically be possible….IK seem to have hit a home run with this one and the support (so far) has been excellent, so kudos to IK, keep it up!

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