Sound Design, Vintage Style
Delivering the raw sounds of this beautiful guitar and synth was indeed where this adventure began, but it didn't take long for us to find ways to add our own touch. Reaching for a number of our favorite stomp boxes and effects, from classic fuzz, drive, and diy pedals to the S550 Tape Echo (used for the chorus section), we've added to the base tones with a number of unique combinations that extend the range and palette possibilities of the instrument well beyond the factory sound - all easy changeable by way of the Main page 'Mode' switch.
Bass, Bells, Brass, FX, Keys, Leads, Organs, Pads, Pluck, Polysynth, Strings, Sweeps and more, in the end you get access to 300 presets, all lovingly hand-crafted by the sound design team at UVI. Assembled from a library of 30,409 hardware samples arranged into 217 layers, PX Guitar Syn sounds immediate and alive with a wide range of useful patches. The dual-layer architecture means you can create stacks with ease, and opens up the door to countless possibilities.
PX Guitar Syn gives you a robust and capable toolset for creating and editing patches. From the dual-layer architecture with ADSR amp envelopes, multimode filters with envelope, poly or mono modes with glide, pitch shifting and advanced stereo modes, and handy modwheel mappings, to LFO and step modulators, two feature-rich arpeggiators, and a generous selection of high-quality effects including 3-band EQ with sweepable crossover, drive, Thorus, ensemble, Phasor, digital delay, and Sparkverb.
Inspired by the innovative design of GS and GR-500, PX Guitar Syn delivers a versatile and easily editable instrument that's part guitar, part synthesizer, and all fun.
PX Guitar Syn is part of the PX line of instruments, exploring the world of unique, rare and sometimes unreleased electronic and acoustic instruments
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