Hi, I am Hydlide. Welcome to my vlog. Today I am going to share my opinion on gathering a VST plugin for playing the Ukulele. While I am currently exploring different string plugins (eg: guitars, acoustic guitars and bass guitars), I found the library of AmpleSound.
While at first, AmpleSound produces quality stuff (and I will get these later). And I am referring to this: https://www.amplesound.net/en/index.asp
The major issue I had with the ethnic ukulele at first was the price tag $119 vs the UKU price tag of $69. Even while I do think I will eventually get the Ample Ethno Ukulele III. But I have different priorities at the moment.
Anyhow, so this video is going to be about a walkthrough on how the UVI Workstation UKU (Ukulele VST) works. Details about this one can be found here: https://www.acousticsamples.net/uku
The only downside with this VST plugin is that it requires a 'loader', like in this case it is called the workstation. Kind of like using Kontakt, but in this case, it is UVI their own thing I think.
The UKU has different play modes, Solo, chords, and patterns. While eventually, I got this one because of the chord player thingy.
Anyway, have fun with this VST tutorial about the UKU ukulele. And I will talk to you later.
Written by hydlide
Published: 2 months ago
Published on Reason Experts