Reverb's Justin DeLay took the UNO Synth through its paces in a first look video that touches upon all the useful—and fun—features UNO Synth has to offer.
Reverb said, "Boasting an impressive list of features—like two VCOs, a noise generator, multi-mode filter, 27-note keyboard, 100 presets, and MIDI—at such a favorable price point got us excited about the UNO here at Reverb, and we've been excited to give one a shot ever since."
The video demonstrates the various built-in features of UNO Synth, and a few nice surprises as well:
"One really cool, feature—it has a delay built into it"
"One last cool thing I just figured out—you can do motion sequencing with the UNO!"
Regarding the keyboard, “… for quickly putting in notes or quickly writing sequences, it’s actually a pretty cool little interface and easy to get your hands on it.”
So what's their first impression overall?
"In summary, the brand new IK Multimedia UNO Synth [is] fully analog, $199, the first product from a well-respected, well-established brand moving into the synthesizer space bringing something pretty fresh and really fun, at a really, really great price point, so dive in, check it out, have fun. . .”
Watch the entire video here:
Learn more about UNO Synth at http://www.unosynth.com