This is an electronic vintage ensemble that was created by Wusik.com to recreate the world of soft synthesizers used in early pop, rock and jazz music of the 1960-70s. During this creative period in the history of music, many musicians began to use the innovative sounds of "electric keyboards" that were once again available for use on stage and in the studio: Rhodes electric pianos, Hammond and Vox organs, Hohner clavisin, string machines such as Arp Solina, Moog synthesizer, and all those that are currently considered "classics". It wasn't just keyboards that were part of this revolution in popular music: the use of effects and recording techniques for layering, mixing, and manipulation that transformed sounds into music. Delay lines, rotary speaker cabinets, guitar distortion pedals, wah-wah, phasers and other effects have become an integral part of the sound design process. EVE uses these vintage sounds and this early approach to "electronic" music production as a starting point, bringing this philosophy and sound to a modern virtual environment with an intuitive and powerful interface. The backbone of EVE's approach to sound design is a basic structure of a 3-layer sampler, 2 multi-effects stands, and a library of multisampled electronic keyboards. This allows you to mix multiple waveforms and instruments into a wall of vintage sound, or alternatively, use 3-layer multitimbras like a vintage workstation. These layers can be further processed with powerful multi-effect racks. EVE has a well-designed system of parameters for tuning instruments and effects towards musical results, with all parameters available on one page for a simple and intuitive sound design.
Wusik - EVE3 3.0.4 VSTi x86 . Banks, Extras, Waveforms and Skins
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