- Created on Monday, 21 March 2016 13:32
NOTE: This promotion is now over.
Once again we have partnered with fellow Berlin software developers Bitwig for a special offer.
From March 23 until April 4, 2016, u-he customers can receive a discount of $50 / €50 off Bitwig Studio Standard download from the Bitwig web shop.
(Note: the discount does not apply to Producer Pack Bundle, NFR or EDU licenses)
To claim your discount, log in to your u-he.com account and look for the big grey box with your code.
(Note: Soundsets, transfer tokens and merchandise are not eligible for this promotion).
→ Log In and Get Your Bitwig Discount
If you do not have a u-he.com account yet, you can create one here.
If you do not own any u-he software (yet), you are still eligible for the Bitwig discount. Just purchase any u-he plug-in during the promotion period.
And there is more...
And there is more: Bitwig is giving away Presswerk, Satin or Hive with every purchase and registration of a Bitwig Studio license (Standard or upgrade from 8-Track) between March 23 and April 4, 2016. Read the details at Bitwig's website.
- Created on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 12:24
The new soundset Deform is now available for Diva. Diva is known for it's authentic emulation of vintage synthesizers, but Deform pushes past any preconceived notions about what Diva should sound like. Sound designer Kyhon has created over 500 presets of beautifully fractured pads, modular effects, texture elements and experimental glitches. Explore these strange, captivating sonic possibilities as Deform pushes Diva to it's most extreme.
- Created on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 11:39
Give Hive a boost with our new soundset Hive Science by Howard Scarr and Kevin Schröder. This soundset is a collaboration between two generations of sound designers at the top of their game. The 300+ presets cover a lot of ground, from edgy cinematic stomps through EDM essentials to brain-warping sound effects. This collection showcases the skill of the sound designers as well as the capabilities of Hive. Perfect inspiration for your next track.
- Created on Tuesday, 15 December 2015 10:37
Protoverb is an experimental reverb based on the idea of a "room simulator". Most algorithmic reverbs try to avoid resonances or model the reflections of sound from a rooms walls. Protoverb does the opposite. It builds up as many room resonances as possible, modeling the body of air in the room. It therefore does not need to modulate or colour the signal. The result is a very natural sounding reverbration with some interesting features: Long standing frequencies resonate louder, as if the air takes some time to get excited. Multiple instruments don't mash into a diffuse mud, they stay distinct. If you play a short melody, the room seems to repeat a ghost echo of that melody. Those properties are indeed found in churches and large halls, but they're rarely found in conventional algorithmic reverbs.
- Created on Friday, 11 December 2015 13:35
We are excited to release v1.4.1 of Diva which adds compatibility for Native Instruments' new Native Kontrol Standard (NKS). The NKS format allows Diva to be integrated with Maschine and Komplete Kontrol S-Series keyboards.
For this update we:
- tagged and categorised all of Diva's factory patches. Now all of Diva's patches are available while browsing in Maschine or Komplete Kontrol, and you can easily save your own patches in NKS format from within Diva.
- defined custom control knob mappings for Diva's entire factory patch library. With Maschine and S-Series keyboards, each patch loads a custom performance page with the most important parameters immediately available. And if you need more control, each Diva module has its own page where more parameters are accessible. Adjust the oscillators, filter, envelopes and effects. No setup required.
The integration between Diva and Maschine or Komplete Kontrol S-Series keyboards means you can easily find what you need and focus on making music.
This is a free update for Diva owners and can be installed over existing versions.
Read more about the NKS format at the Native Instruments website.