A KORG PS-3200 Synthesizer in Software? UVI UVS-3200 Sample Library Review

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In February, UVI released the UVS 3200 Synthesizer Library for Falcon and Free Workstation which based on the vintage polyphonic analog Synthesizer KORG PS-3200. This vintage synthesizer featured a semi-modular structure with 2 oscillator and each had it’s own filter. One of the reasons why this device becomes so interesting in the 1978 was the the patch memory. It allows to save 16 patches in the internal memory which was for this time a fantastic new innovative features.

Available here: UVI UVS 3200



The UVI UVS-3200 Sample Library for Falcon and Free Workstation is an excellent authentic reproduction of the KORG PS-3200 Synthesizer. The samples, they used here are high-quality and doesn’t sound cheap. The GUI design is as usual for UVI sample libraries or plugins excellent designed and very intuitive to use. For me an important positive factor of this library is the low CPU and RAM consumption in my DAW.



What I really love is that UVI includes a big number of oscillator samples which allows user to create own sounds and to save them. The UVS 3200 is in opinion more than just a library with presets but also a nice instrument where you can create own vintage Synth sounds without having fear to lose the overview.

Available here: UVI UVS 3200


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