1 Nov 2018

EDM.com Reviews UNO Synth

"I was very impressed with what IK Multimedia was able to fit into this portable synth."

A portable synthesizer is the perfect addition for any musician, including electronic musicians.  With tours and festivals happening every day around the world, it can be tough to bring heavy gear from place to place.  UNO Synth is here to change that.  EDM.com has taken a "Test Drive" of UNO Synth to run through the specifications, features and overall performance of the product.  Here are some highlights from the article:

"For the price, I was very impressed with what IK Multimedia was able to fit into this portable synth."

Between its size, versatility and price point, I think that IK Multimedia has a good product on their hands and they will definitely find a solid market for those looking at a quality synth for a good price.

Aric Manthey, EDM.com

"there's plenty of presets that can help lay a foundation for your sound design needs."

"A great feature that's included within the synth is 13 built in musical scale modes that users can operate to their hearts content."

"The Arpeggiator is well designed, intuitive and fun to tinker with.  You can have anywhere from one to a handful of notes that can be included in an arpeggiated pattern at any time."

"With three different ways to record a sequence (step record, alt record and real time record), the synth gives you the ability to experiment with different types of sequencing."

Read the full review from EDM.com here.

To learn more about UNO Synth and to purchase your own, check out our website here.

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