Have IK Multimedia just launched the next generation of analogue of synth with UNO Pro?

IK Multimedia are back in style with what they’re promising is the ‘next-generation analog for everyone’ in their new UNO Synth Pro models.

The UNO Synth Pro promises an immense amount of possibility in sound in a small but feature-filled package. IK Multimedia say that they are bringing users the “power to create nearly any analog synth sound you can imagine” with their new release.

The UNO Synth Pro comes in two forms, to suit the needs of different players. For the home-producer/player there is the base model with semi-weighted keybed offering hefty playability and a solid metal housing for withstanding the stage. Then for the producer on the road there is a far more portable, USB powered version that combines a cheaper cost with a synth that is easier to transport.

They both offer a 64-step sequencer with incredible versatility. Choose from 256 presets to explore the wide potential of the keyboards three analogue oscillators, each with customisable waveshape and pulse width modulation. There are 12 studio-quality effects built-in to the machines for a unique soundscape whatever you’re using.

IK Multimedia promise the potential to recreate the most iconic synths with dual filters available in 24 potential different filter combinations. Combined with 2 full ADSR envelopes, 2 LFOs on offer, and a 16-slot modulation matrix for routing your selections through – you truly have unlimited potential at your hands.

What makes the quality of this synth so surprising is that this is one of IK Multimedia’s first explorations into analog synths. Their original UNO Synth launched 2 years ago to cracking reviews with huge potential for creators to make unique and stunning sounds. The UNO Synth Pro is their latest foray since then and promises a whole lot more.

The UNO Synth Pro Desktop is available from €399.99 and the full UNO Synth Pro is available for €649.99. Find out more and discover your nearest dealer for purchase from IK Multimedia’s website.

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