In this video tutorial, Joshua Casper demonstrates how easy it is to make a lush vintage lead with U-NO-LX by Tal.
Tal V2’s U-NO-LX synth is essentially a Juno 60 emulation and it sounds utterly fantastic. Just go through a few of the many presets and you can get an idea of how versatile this simple-to-use synth can be. In the short video tutorial below, Joshua Casper shows you how easy it is to get a lush vintage lead. Along the way he talks a bit about signal flow and what most of the modules do to the sound when manipulated. After he lands on the right sound, adding a bit of that sweet sweet portamento to have the over lapping MIDI notes glide from one to another adds that final touch that makes mouths water and ears perk up.
TAL-U-NO-LX is an emulation of the popular 80’s hardware synthesizer. Up to date zero feedback delay filters and carefully calibrated controls make this plugin a good replacement for the analog device with all the advantages software plugins have. As an addition, the TAL_U-NO-LX also supports portamento and different filter LFO waveforms and some more useful features. The arpeggiator with different sync modes and hold function is also included. A very fast envelope with a smooth roll-off, emulated inaccuracy and a very smooth filter sound gives this synth the typical sound. The synth was calibrated after a hardware device that’s property of TAL.
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