- Created on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 15:33
We're getting closer to porting all Uhbiks to Rack Extensions - we've just released two more! Uhbik P (Phaser) and G (Grains & Pitch) have now hit the Rack Extension Store.
As always, we start with an irresistably low introduction offer of 19$ for at least a month before they settle at 39$. The reason (no pun intended) we're doing this is because it's (systemically) impossible to offer cut-price crossgrades to our existing users.
After the first four months since we released Uhbik-A for RE, we're amazed at how smoothly things went once they hit the store. We're looking forward to releasing Uhbik-T and Runciter in 2013, after which we'll be thinking hard about what to do next!
- Created on Friday, 24 August 2012 16:20
Diva goes v1.1.1, Zebra goes v2.5.4
We've made a whole bunch of improvements to our flagship synths. These tweaks also apply to Zebrify, Zebralette (freeware) and ZebraHZ (the version included with The Dark Zebra).
To upgrade, simply go to the product pages, download the latest version and install. Owners of The Dark Zebra should log into the support area and download the latest installer.
- Created on Monday, 23 July 2012 00:45
A soundset for Zebra 2.5 – with extras
A bank of over 400 presets, a collaboration between Hans Zimmer and Howard Scarr. Practically all Zebra sounds in the The Dark Knight as well as The Dark Knight Rises soundtracks are included, plus several more that didn’t quite fit into the scores. The pack also includes Hans' custom built update from a licensed Zebra2.x to the version you can see in this video, ZebraHZ. Several of the more recent patches make use of the extra features available in ZebraHZ.
- Created on Tuesday, 01 May 2012 13:00
up to 40% less CPU
Good news! Here's the Diva update you have been waiting for. We locked ourselves away in our lab and squeezed as many CPU cycles out of Diva as humanly possible, all for the sake of one thing: Performance!
Diva 1.1 is now ready for download on her brand new product page. As always with u-he products, the update is free. Simply download the appropriate installer, follow the instructions and you're good to go.
Note: We have also made subtle changes to the basic sound quality, improving the transient behaviour and adding some "sheen". Although these changes will certainly be recognized as improvements, we recommend that you render your existing projects before upgrading.
- Created on Monday, 30 April 2012 13:34
Brilliant new MFM2 tutorial (by Dan Worrall)
More Feedback Machine may remain an enigma for some, but obviously not for tutorial specialist Dan! In little over 13 minutes, he manages to explain practically all the tricks MFM2 has up its sleeve. Clear and informative, you will come away with fresh insight into this underrated gem...