UVI brings PX Apollo, a new software polyphonic synthesizer inspired by the Moog Apollo, a rare synthesizer prototype from the early ’70s, only two pieces are known to exist. Moog Apollos was part of the Moog Constellation triumvirate.
PX Apollo synth plugin is part of a new series of instruments named PX Prototype, that recreates unique, unreleased electronic and acoustic instruments.
According to the developer, this project required a lot of effort and commitment. They used a unit that at first did not work and required repairs and a tremendous restoration to bring the authenticity and functionality of the original.
But all efforts were rewarded in the end. UVI managed to create an expansive synthesizer featuring 3 oscillators which delivers an authentic Moog Apollo warm and charactered tonal palette. Not only the sound, but even the user interface design gives an original feeling.
PX Apollo is compatible with current versions of UVI Workstation, their featured freeware sample instrument, and with Falcon, a premier hybrid instrument that we’ve tested and I even wrote a review about it, see here: Falcon Review.
- Size: 1.13 GB (FLAC lossless encoding, was 3.39 GB in WAV)
- Collection: PX Prototype Series
- Content: 1 instrument, 4,002 Samples, 153 Presets
- Sample Resolution: 44.1 kHz. Recording at 96 kHz
- Miscellaneous: UVI Workstation v2.6.2 and higher required
PX Apollo software synth is available at a special introductory price of $49 through January 31st (regularly $79). You can get PX Apollo synth directly from UVI website or from authorized dealers, like PluginBoutique.com (check the link below).
Also see: PX Apollo Review