U-He Hive Is Now Available

US Check out the new online tutorials for the Mac and Windows synth      03/06/15

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Following on from the intro offer, U-He's Hive 1.0 is now available at full price for Windows and Mac OSX (VST2, AU and formats - 32 & 64-bit).

A spokesperson had this to say about it, "What started off as a bit of weekend fun exploring supersaws gradually became a full-blown project we're now excited to show to the world. The idea was to create a fast and fluid synthesizer with a streamlined UI so you can get tweaking in no time at all. Hive is surprisingly light on CPU so you can run multiple instances without running into trouble. Plus, we packed Hive with enough creative options and features to deliver truly stunning sounds, whatever your style of music."

Features:

  • Single page user interface
  • 2,700 presets
  • UI resize, from 70% to 200% in 10% steps
  • 3 synth engine characters (Normal, Dirty, Clean)
  • 2 main oscillators, 2 sub-oscillators
  • Up to 16x unison per oscillator
  • 2 multimode filters (LP, HP, BP, BR or Peak)
  • Flexible oscillator and filter routing
  • Solo buttons for individual oscillators and filters
  • Arpeggiator, step sequencer
  • 12-slot modulation matrix, 2 targets per slot
  • Drag & drop modulation assignment
  • Create, save and load individual panel presets
  • 7 quality effects, rearrange in any order
  • Global configuration overlays, including MIDI learn


To mark the release, U-He has posted a series of tutorial videos. You can watch them here.

Pricing and Availability:
$149

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