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Year in Review. A look back at 2012.

2012 has been an extremely hectic and productive year for UVI, with almost 20 new releases and updates. Yet, it has not been without its challenges. As we start 2013, let us take a look back at what we’ve done over the last 12 months – there’s something for every taste. Our 2012 was …

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The legends. Reborn. What’s next?

Once strongly impressed and inspired by THE massive legendary machines of yesteryear and those “classic” 80s sounds that defy time and country, UVI has created a special collection of vintage instruments with powerful tools and authentic sounds, strengthened by the mythical spirit. Emulation One, Emulation II, Darklight IIx and The Beast made these legends come

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A breeze of fresh vintage …

This summer, let’s take a look at all UVI latest vintage collections. … Feel the breeze of these old-school sounds freshly revisited!       ——————————————————————————————————————————————–   Emulation One Nostalgic magic   Emulation One, the sequel prequel to the now famous Emulation II, presents you with the unbridled sonic imprint of this ‘nearly affordable and

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Darklight IIx | Review from Pro Tools Expert

Here below a new video review for Darklight IIx from Pro Tools Expert, the largest independent Pro Tools Community in the world. Link to the original article here.   • Darklight IIx download > here   • Darklight IIx DVD > here   You can find this video on this page from Pro Tools Expert,

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Darklight IIx | Review from Failed Muso

  ——————————————————————————————————————————————–   Posted on June 2012 on Failed Muso blog By Rob Puricelli         It wasn’t that long ago that people like me, people with a passion for vintage samplers such as the Fairlight, Synclavier, Emulator, WaveFrame, et al, had very little to go on when it came to possessing some

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Darklight IIx | Your time has come !

UVI is very pleased to present Darklight IIx, a brand-new UVI instrument inspired by one of the most mythical Computer Music Instrument of the 80′s.     Costing upwards of $100 000, the desirable dream machine of the 80′s was unattainable by most. Used by countless prominent artists, including Peter Gabriel, David Bowie, Michael Jackson,

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