Uhbik is ar fine collection of effect plug-ins for the discerning audiophile. Each surround-capable effect comes wrapped in a beautiful, streamlined interface. The entire bundle of nine effects is ava... Click To Read More About This Product
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Uhbik is ar fine collection of effect plug-ins for the discerning audiophile. Each surround-capable effect comes wrapped in a beautiful, streamlined interface. The entire bundle of nine effects is available now at an unbeatable price.
Four of these units (D, F, P, T) are modulation effects that include an ultra-slow to ultra-fast low frequency oscillator. LFO rate can be set to an absolute value (in seconds or Hertz), synced to host tempo (then scaled by a constant!) or swept manually / automated.
Ambience / reverb, a very unusual combination of early reflections with different plate algorithms.
While most of the other effects in the Uhbik family are geared towards the more synthetic, radical effects, Uhbik-A is the master of understatement. Great reverb is seldom conspicuous, but if itÊ¼s not there, something is missing from the sound. With its independant control over high and low-frequency decays, diffusion and modulation, Uhbik-A delivers the kind of reverberations that can turn a flat sound into a warm space, or evoke the widest of landscapes!
Delay/echo with 5 'tape heads', LFO or flutter modulation, low/high cut filters, soft-clipping, per-tap feedback and multi-channel pan.
Imagine an echo that repeats every quarter note, although precise quarters are not part of the echo signal? Or ping-pong delay (no central tap) that applies the Haas effect for extra movement? Or 7.1 surround delays¦ Uhbik can do all this and more “ once again, the simplicity of the GUI belies its power. Uhbik-D is the perfect playground for creative delays without the overt complexity of MFM2.
Flanger, from through-zero tape flanging (dramatic jet-effect!) to classic stomp-box type chorus, with LFO modulation and feedback / resonance
Uhbik-F simulates two tape machines per audio channel, with recording and playback heads that can even occupy the same position if you want “ impossible in the real world! Bass frequencies can bypass the effect ('bass sanctuary') to ensure LF-stability while the rest of the sound is swept around. Turn up the drive (2nd harmonic distortion), and your lead line will scorch its way through any mix!
Granular pitch-shifter / phase vocoder (via fast Fourier analysis) delivers a wide range of dramatic contemporary effects
Effectively cuts audio material into snippets ('grains'), then plays them back at a variable rate “ even backwards. In the original tape devices, the radius of a rotating cylindrical tape-head determined grain size and the length of tape in contact with the cylinder determined the overlap between grains. But Uhbik-G is not bound by the physical limitations of rotating cylinders “ you can make it huge or impossibly small!
Phaser with up to 42 all-pass filters in series delivering the deepest, richest phasing
Again, bass frequencies can bypass the effect ('bass sanctuary') to ensure LF-stability. Again, resonance accentuates the comb filter effect, but unlike Uhbik-F the distance between peaks is kept fairly constant. As the signal is phase-shifted each time it is fed back, frequencies are created that were not present in the original signal “ the main reason why Uhbik-P is also great for wild metallic effects!
Equalizer, the perfect balance between simplicity and flexibility using a unique approach
Maximum flexibility from a minimum of controls, low CPU without compromising transparency. Uhbik-Q combines freely tunable frequency bands (4-pole filters, not the usual 2-pole!) with presets for other options. Q-factors automatically adjust to gain, an optional 'mid' bell curve filter adjusts to the two main bands ¦judging by the simple GUI, you would never guess just how much this EQ can do.
Filter with parallel low-pass, band-pass and high-pass outputs, resonance, controllable input overdrive and brick-wall fuzz.
Filters were always dramatic sound-shaping tools, one reason why they'e still so popular. But users today expect more than a simple resonant low-pass, so here's Runciter. For classic wah-wah, add low- and high-pass together then control cutoff from a MIDI pedal. Or max out the resonance and drive the input from -48db to 48dB for a vast range of effects ... instant glittering sweeps or absolute filter mayhem.
Frequency shifter / sideband filter with exceptional frequency response and low latency, can create anything from serene barber-pole waves to metallic FFF (full frequency freakout) effects
Movement in frequency shifters (no LFO required) is constantly downwards or upwards. In Uhbik-S, the barber-pole effect can even rise in one channel while falling in the other. Clever routines prevent otherwise inaudible sidebands from folding back into the audio range “ Uhbik-S never compromises audio quality.
Uhbik-T is a general-purpose 'rhythmicizer' featuring linear or exponential (with 3 different strengths) gain modulation. But there's much more: You can morph between user-defined patterns in the 11 x 16 grid, apply rhythmic lowpass filtering, add vibrato or Haas-delay spatial effects. In either of the pattern modes, the LFO wave knob selects a position between 11 user-defined patterns, and the LFO scale knob determines precisely how 'choppy' the effect is.