Welcome to Unify!
Hello and thank you for purchasing Unify!
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Before you start: Frequently Asked Questions
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Creating new sounds
Controlling sounds through time
Using the bundled plug-ins suite
open-source emulation of Yamaha's classic DX7 FM synthesizer
open-source phase-distortion synth similar to Casio's CZ-series
basic 2-operator FM synth with very low CPU usage
2-oscillator analog subtractive style synth, also very easy on CPU
open-source subtractive analog-style synth, emulates Oberheim OB-Xa
Roland JX-8p emulator
(built-in) multi-function MIDI event filter
(built-in) creates a virtual polysynth from multiple monosynth layers
sophisticated MIDI arpeggiator
(built-in) creative stereo delay with integrated distortion and chorus
creative delay with feedback saturation and time/pitch modulation
Equalization and Filtering
(built-in) precision band-limiting filter
(built-in) single-channel, multi-mode filter
(built-in) parametric EQ with high and low shelving filters plus two peaking filters
equal loudness contours for bass EQ and mix correction
Reverberation and Ambience
(built-in) yields a swirling, “underwater” sound
(built-in) basic hall reverb with Freeze button
(built-in) high-quality hall reverb with early reflections
(built-in) high-quality hall reverb with independent low- and high-frequency timing