Ujam’s Usynth: Avoid “unnecessary complexity” with your synth playing
20.12.2021

Ujam’s Usynth: Avoid “unnecessary complexity” with your synth playing

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Words by Eli Duxson

Usynth, synthesisers the Ujam way

Ujam have announced the launch of Usynth aimed at entry-level synthesists or those looking to muck around a bit. 

What you need to know:

  • Ujam have announced the launch of Usynth aimed at entry-level synthesists or those looking to muck around a bit. 
  • The pre-order bundle includes the first 3 synthesisers Euphoria (Modern EDM), Caramel (Lush pads), and 2080 (Synthwave) at a discounted price.
  • Usynth is not available until January 2022.

Read all the latest product news here.

It still isn’t exactly clear what’s included as only a promo video and some vague quotes about innovation have been released at this point, but the pre-order bundle includes the first 3 synthesisers Euphoria (Modern EDM), Caramel (Lush pads), and 2080 (Synthwave) at a discounted price

“Under the hood, Usynth is a very complex synthesiser,” their website reads.

“Each instance consists of two individual layers per voice, with virtual analogue, wavetable, FM and multisample synthesis, multi-mode filter, 5-stage envelopes, LFOs, 12-way modulation matrix and much more. But why would you care!

“Usynth doesn’t require you to know how a synthesiser works in order to find and create inspiring new sounds. Intuitively tweak to your heart’s content. Think Instagram filters, or think steering wheel and two pedals – that’s how you operate Usynth.

“No unnecessary complexity, no secret wisdom required. Just load them up and compose, perform with ease.”

Get your hands on Usynth with early access, and join the live synth workshop webinar with Peter Gorges here.