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UVI FALCON 2 Sampler UVI Engine Soundbanks Synthesizer VST Plugin 2022

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UVI FALCON 2 Sampler UVI Engine Soundbanks Synthesizer VST Plugin 2022


FALCON 2 is een Synthesizer / Sampler voor UVI Soundbanks en Instrumenten Plugins



  • 16 oscillators, 90+ effects, modulation sources, MIDI processors with scripting in an expansive semi-modular sound design environment
  • Advanced sample engine with timestretch, pitch-shift, slicing and granular
  • Pure synthesis with subtractive, PM, FM, wavetable, additive and physical modeling



Mix and modulate samples, synthesis modules, fx and more in todays most extensive and streamlined hybrid instrument
Falcon is an advanced and truly unlimited hybrid instrument, bringing together an extensive collection of cutting-edge oscillators, effects, modulators and event processors and delivering them in a workflow-adaptive and highly-scriptable environment. Falcon allows you to create and manipulate sound with unparalleled precision and finesse, from basic sample slicing and synth design to extravagantly modulated multitimbral hybrids.





Mix and match sound sources using sampler-like key zones with sample-based or pure synthesis oscillators:
— Each sample can be individually manipulated using timestretch and pitch-shift algorithms as well as granular synthesis from IRCAM. Loops can be sliced, chopped-up and mapped to the keyboard using the Slice oscillator.
— 9 pure synthesis oscillators including virtual analog, wavetable, phase distortion, FM and additive type, and even physical modeling with the pluck oscillator

Falcon includes 16 oscillators covering a wide range of modern synthesis methods from basic sample playback to more advanced generators like Pluck, Wavetable and IRCAM Multi Granular.One of Falcon's greatest strengths is its ability to freely layer oscillators to create elaborate hybrid instruments that capitalize on the unique features of both sample-based and algorithmic sound creation. There are no preset limits on the quantity or type of oscillators you can use, you're limited only by your computers processing power and imagination.






A virtual analog oscillator outfitted with a traditional selection of waveforms including Sine, Saw, Square, Triangle, Noise and Pulse. Includes pulse width modulation, sync control and a robust unison section supporting phase, tuning and spread control on up to 8 voices.
Designed for the creation of rhythmic and percussive sounds, DRUM utilizes both a pitched oscillator and noise generator. Both pitched and noise oscillators sport discrete AD amplitude envelopes with the former providing pitch modulation. EQ and distortion are available in the master section for broad shape control.
An 8-voice implementation of the Analog oscillator designed to facilitate the rapid layering. Each voice utilizes the same basic engine found in the Analog oscillator, substituting the Unison and Sync sections for Pan and Gain to facilitate spatial and level mixing and a pitch section for subtle to extreme voice detuning.
A four operator FM oscillator which can be used in either ratio or Hz modes and is arrangeable in one of 11 configurations. Additional operator controls include Fine Ratio/Freq Multiplier, Snap Ratio (which quantizes modulation frequencies to harmonics) and Start Phase.
A robust noise oscillator offers 15 unique noise shapes including Band, S&H, Static I, Static II, Violet, Blue, White, Pink, Brown, Lorenz, Rossler, Crackle, Logistic, Dust and Velvet. Dynamic shapes provide additional control such as Static Density and Logistic Chaos.
A drawbar-style organ oscillator with 8 bars representing different harmonics traditionally used on pipe organs. ORGAN provides discrete Gain and Pan controls for each partial and a percussion section with Fast/Slow and Harmonic controls. Pair with the rotary effect for a classic organ sound.
A physically inspired string synthesis module, Pluck utilizes both algorithmic and sample-based excitations to create rich harmonic sounds with natural decay. Choose from a selection of factory impulses or load your own samples, modulate sample start time and tune, adjust the initial excitation, coupling of multiple strings, and finally contribution of sample, synth and noise generators.
A fully-featured wavetable oscillator provides multiple phase distortion modes and a robust unison section with wave and stereo spread across up to 8 voices and FM support. Modulate the Wave Index to sweep through wavetables which can be chosen from a large selection of factory content. Wavetable can also import a variety of user files including WAV files (single or sequential), user tables or graphic image files which are converted pixel-rows to cycles, brightness to amplitude.
An easy-to-use additive oscillator inspired by classic subtractive synthesis, with additive twists like partial stretching, frequency shifting, fractional order filtering, even/odd harmonic control, continuous morph from square to saw and more...


Over 90 high-quality effects are at your disposal, categorized for easy navigation: Delays, Reverbs, Modulation, Filters, Equalizers, Amps and Stereo, Drive and Distortions, Dynamics, Analysis and more. Add effects at the patch level, as sends or even per note. Including Sparkverb, Thorus, an optimized convolution reverb and many, many more

Falcon includes over 90 high-quality effects, categorized for easy navigation: Delays, Reverbs, Modulation, Filters, Equalizers, Amps and Stereo, Drive and Distortions, Dynamics, Analysis and more. With effects suited for nearly every need from creative mangling to precise sound sculpting, mixing and analysis, Falcon provides a tremendous sound design facility.Effects within Falcon can be instanced as sends on effect busses, at the program, layer or note level and allow for extensive control of your signal and an unrestricted approach to sound and instrument design. Additionally, effects can be racked in an EffectRack for parallel and multi-band processing, or as a central, reusable multi-effect with macro-driven controls.

DELAYSAnalog Tape Delay
An all-purpose delay effect inspired by classic analog delays using tape loops.
Dual Delay
A versatile delay module with with discrete channel controls for creating time-based effects. A sophisticated display visualizes changes to time, stereo and phase.
Tape Echo
A recreation of the famous 70’s tape delay.
Track Delay
A simple time-shifting of the input using a delay.
Spreads the signal over time, creating a simple yet versatile decay with reverb-like results.
A highly-optimized convolution-based reverb module. Includes a large library of factory impulses with support for user samples.
A versatile algorithmic reverb capable of producing an extremely broad range of spaces with a minimal control footprint. Uses the same engine as the stand-alone effect plugin.
A traditional chorus unit inspired by a vintage analog effect pedal.
Analog Flanger
A traditional flanger unit inspired by a vintage analog effect pedal.
Ensemble 505
An ensemble chorus effect inspired by the ensemble effect section of a popular vintage synthesizer.
A classic flanger effect, mixing the input signal against a variable time-delayed version of itself.
Freq Shifter
Shifts all frequencies in the spectrum by a set amount (Hz) for interesting morphing effects, widening, sound thickening and repitching inharmonic sounds like drums.
A variable 12-order automatic phaser with LFO-based sweep between adjustable high and low frequencies. Visualizer displays filter shape at low and high frequency positions.
A vintage speaker emulation with highly-customizable cabinet and mic controls.
A variable 8-voice chorus effect specifically designed to reduce artifacts for enhanced depth and clarity.
Emulation of the classic MS VCF filter (rev-2), single version with HP / LP morphing
New! Dual VCF-20
Emulation of the classic MS VCF filter (rev-2), dual version with discrete LP and HP filters
Analog Filter
A unique filter inspired by the filter section on a popular American analog synthesizer.
Biquad Filter
The classic swiss-army knife multimode filter.
Brickwall Filter
A steep butterworth Lowpass or highpass filter with slope ranging from 24 to 96 dB/oct.
Comb Filter
A classic comb filter module. A time-delayed version of the input signal is fed back into self and added or subtracted.
Crossover Filter
A crossover filter with selectable low-pass, band-pass and high-pass modes and variable crossover frequency. Configure in EffectRack chains for multi-band processing.
Digital Filter
A multi-mode filter with variable slope ranging from 6 to 96 dB/oct, spread and keytracking.
Formant Crusher
A screaming lo-fi take on formant filtering, (ab)using a resonant filter and a bitcrusher to generate vocal formants; a perfect fit to spice up your talking basses!
Lowpass 24
A classic 24 dB/octave ladder lowpass filter with resonance (order 4).
Lowpass 12
A classic 12dB/octave lowpass filter with resonance (order 2).
One Pole
A gentle and very efficient 6dB/octave lowpass or highpass filter. The most efficient of all filters by far.
Phasor Filter
A variable 12-order manual phaser with sweepable frequency and filter shape visualizer.
Rez Filter
A unique filter inspired the filter section on a popular Japanese analog synthesizer.
Sallen Key Filter
A circuit-modelled second-order single opamp nonlinear Sallen-Key lowpass filter with controllable asymmetric clipping and power supply starvation.
A MultiMode (LP, HP, BP, Peak, Notch) State Variable filter with optional built-in saturation.
UVI Filter
A filter that is continuously adjustable between low-pass and high-pass modes.
Vowel Filter
A dual-filter version of the classic talkbox effect.
A classic wah filter effect with manual control over the wah amount.
Xpander Filter
A multimode (37) variant on a 4th order ladder filter with built-in saturation and oversampling.
A 3-band EQ divided as Low, Mid and High. The Mid band is a bell curve, while the Low and High bands are shelves.
Big Pi Tone
An emulation of the tone circuit in a popular fuzzbox guitar pedal.
A convolution processor specifically designed for emulating EQs and cabinets. Choose from a large selection of factory impulses. Supports user samples.
Digital EQ
A parametric EQ with up to 16 bands, variable filter shapes, L/R and M/S modes, interactive graphic display, transpose and keytracking.
A 2-shelf equalizer, inversely applying a low-shelf and a high-shelf.
Tone Stack
Emulates the tone control section found on many popular amplifier heads.
A classic autopanner, varies the stereo pan with an LFO.
A typical level-adjustment module, boost or cut the input signal level.
Gain Matrix
Sets the gain level and phase of each channel allowing for simple per-channel adjustments and specialized gain/phase transformations such as decoding M/S to stereo.
A classic tremolo effect, varies amplitude with an LFO.
UVI Wide
A specialized stereo width enhancer.
Drive-stage emulation of the Tube Screamer overdrive pedal with custom mods.
Analog Crunch
A classic crunch effect inspired by popular electric guitar effect pedals.
Diode Clipper
A complex circuit-modeled clipper with Tone and High Pass filtering controls.
A distortion effect with 3 different saturation modes and internal oversampling up to 16x.
A level-tracking saturation effect with selectable tape or tube distortion.
A classic fuzz effect inspired by guitar and bass effect pedals.
Guitar Boxes
A specialized convolution effect designed to emulate signal reamping. Emulates various amplifiers and the characteristics of subsequent capture microphones including dynamic, condenser and ribbon mics.
Magnetic Bass Shaper
(Ab)use the saturating hysteretic behaviour of famous inductors to shape and add punch to bass sounds (while leaving high frequencies clean).
A basic saturation effect.
Wave Shaper
A distortion effect with many saturation modes, input and output filters and internal oversampling up to 16x.
DYNAMICS3 Band Compressor
A multi-band variant of the Compressor module with adjustable crossover frequencies.
3 Band Limiter
A multi-band variant of the Studio Limiter module with adjustable crossover frequencies.
Compressor Expander
A 2-stage dynamics processor, a compressor stage tames signal peaks over a variable threshold then an expander gates the signal below a second variable threshold.
A traditional gate effect, silencing signal below a variable threshold.
A look-ahead limiter with graphical timeline visualizer that displays dynamic range of the input and output signal.
Studio Limiter
A precision limiter ideally suited for individual parts or stereo mixes.
Displays the input signals phase correlation. Mono signal is represented by a vertical bar. Out of phase stereo signal is represented by a horizontal bar.
Spectrum Analyzer
Displays the frequency content of the input signal. Frequency is mapped across the X-axis, amplitude along the Y-axis.
A chromatic tuner with needle-style meter, accurate to 1 cent increments. A helpful tool when adjust a sample's pitch with its keygroup Fine Tune parameter.


Creates a discrete, inline effect path controllable by a a customizable macro-driven interface and supports multiple chains. Feedback Machine now allows introduction of a feedback loop to your FX chain.
A 4-band distortion
A mid-side maximizer


A resampling effect useful for emulating the lo-fidelity sound of various hardware units or extreme bit reductions, with an entirely redesigned algorithm for Analog Bit-crushing in Falcon 2.
A typical vinyl simulation effect outfitted with year, speed, wear, electrical and mechanical noise, dust and scratch simulations.
A stereo delay module with auto-panned stereo modulation.
Fat Delay
A delay effect utilizing multiple delay lines and diffusion to produce a dense delay tail.
Ping Pong Delay
A typical delay unit with additional stereo processing.
Simple Delay
A general purpose delay module with delay time, feedback, cutoff and mix parameters.
Stereo Delay
A delay module with discrete delay paths for the left and right channels.
A simple 2-band EQ with Low and High bands.
3 Band EQ
A simple 3-band EQ with Low, Mid and High bands. The Mid-band is adjustable while the Low and High bands have fixed frequency assignments.
8 Band EQ
An 8-band parametric EQ with variable filter shapes and an interactive graphical display.
A typical wah pedal effect, with its filter frequency set automatically by the module's input level.
FX Filter
A two-stage filter effect, low-pass and high-pass applied in series.
Simulates the vowel shaping filtering found on classic talkbox effect pedals.
A standard dynamics compression module with Ratio, Threshold, Attack, Release, Makeup Gain and Mix parameters.
A standard limiter module, compressing the input signal with higher ratios than those of the Compressor effect.
UVI Mastering
A precision mastering processor ideal for stereo mixes, such as Falcon's main outs. Provides a multi-band compression, limiter and tube saturation stage.
REVERBSGate Reverb
A reverb with a variable onset gate stage to abruptly cut the reverb tail.
Plain Reverb
A CPU-optimized general purpose reverb.
Predelay Verb
A standard reverb effect fed through a delay line.
Simple Reverb
A standard reverb effect fed by an optional low-pass or high-pass filter.
A classic chorus effect, mixing the input signal with multiple time- and pitch-modulated variations for a shimmering unison effect.
Cross Phaser
A phaser with an integrated auto-panner, produces a wider and more varied phasing effect.
A classic phaser effect, mixing the input signal with a phase-modulated version of itself.
DRIVEDouble Drive
A multi-stage effect made up of a filter sandwiched by two drive stages.
UVI Drive
A typical drive module with post-drive-stage UVI Filter.
AMP/STEREORotary Simple
A single-speaker emulation of a rotary speaker.
Rotary Speaker
A dual-speaker emulation of a rotary speaker with adjustable crossover.
Slices the incoming audio on a variable grid. When activated will repeat the most recent slice. Useful for glitch effects and variations in a live performance or looped samples.
Ring Modulator
Combines the input signal with a modulation frequency and both subtracts and adds the modulation frequency to the input frequency.
A ring modulator with additional modulation section.
UVI Destructor
A resampler and bit reducer with optional overdrive and filter stages.


Falcon includes 11 modulation generators including AHD, Analog ADSR, Attack Decay, DAHDSR, Drunk, LFO, Multi Envelope, Multi LFO, Parametric LFO, Smooth Random and Step Envelope. Modulation generators can be instanced at any level in a patch allowing them to control nearly any parameter, be it on an oscillator, effect or even on another modulator. This system allows you to paint motion into your sounds almost effortlessly, from subtle variation over time to complex on-demand sequences.Every modulation generator in Falcon can store presets, providing a quick way to save and reuse configurations that you find useful. Falcon ships with over a thousand preset wave shapes for the Multi Envelope generator alone.

[Attack, Hold, Decay] envelope, a simpler variant of the DAHDSR envelope found on some classic synthesizers.
[Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release] envelope, emulates the decay characteristics of vintage hardware synthesizers and provides handy remapping tools to modulate attack with incoming note velocity or decay with note pitch.
[Attack, Decay] envelope, the most basic envelope in Falcon, useful for percussion and other sounds that don't require a sustain or release phase.
[Delay, Attack, Hold, Delay, Sustain, Release] envelope, an extension of the more common ADSR envelope, adds an additional Delay phase at the beginning and a Hold phase between Attack and Decay.
Generates a random walk signal which simulates the natural randomness of pitch and amplitude drift found in sustained notes.
[Low Frequency Oscillator] generates a cyclical modulation in one of the following waveshapes: sine, square, triangle, ramp up, ramp down, analog square, random s&h, chaos lorenz, chaos rossier. You can also draw your own custom wave shapes for precise control.
A user-definable envelope that can be created with any number of points and interactive curve shapes by manually drawing or drag’n-dropping MIDI or audio files. Allows for long and highly-expressive modulation sequences and can be looped for LFO-like behavior.


Rich sound means movement and Falcon can create it whenever and however you need it. AHD, Analog ADSR, Attack Decay, DAHDSR, Drunk, classic and parametric LFO, Multi Envelope and Step Envelope modulation generators all come standard and can be used to effect nearly anything in the Falcon environment. Create variation over time or on demand, drive your oscillators, effects or even other modulators, then add the most important parameters to the macro panel for clear and intuitive performance control.


Falcon's event processors provide control and analysis of the pre-synthesis phase of your sound, from manipulating incoming MIDI data to creating it algorithmically. Utilize factory processors such as an advanced Arpeggiator, Drum, bassline and euclidean sequencers, Micro Tuner, Chorder, Harmonizer, Strum simulator, MIDI Player, Unison and Shepard effects, or code your own from scratch with the powerful Lua scripting language.


Extensive, adaptable, Falcon's resizable HiDPI interface helps you easily focus on the task at hand with a clear and efficient workflow. From the Tree view where you can jump in and edit any aspect of your patch, to built-in browsers for files, favorites and modules, Falcon is built for speed. New features like User Templates and the Modulation Quick View are just a couple of the ways we're continuing to make Falcon faster and more powerful to use.