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The EVE synth rompler was supported by NUSofting until 2008, now it can be found at wusik.com with a new version.



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What's EVE ?

EVE stands for Electronic Vintage Ensemble, which suggests the design philosophy behind the instrument. EVE was made to recreate in the virtual world of softsynths the exciting and immediate experience of the early age of electronics in pop, rock and jazz music from the 1960’s and 1970’s.

During this creative period in music history, many musicians started to employ the innovative sounds of the ‘electric keyboards’ which were newly available for use on stage and in the studio: Rhodes electric pianos, Hammond and Vox organs, Hohner clavinets, strings machines such as the Arp Solina string ensemble, Moog synthesizers, and all those that are now considered ‘classics’.

               

It was not only keyboards that were a part of this revolution in popular music: the use of effects and recording techniques for layering, blending and manipulating sounds transformed the way music was produced and conceptualized. Tape based delay lines, rotating speaker cabinets, guitar distortion pedals, wah wah, phasing, flanging and other effects became an integral part of the process of sound design.

EVE takes these vintage sounds and this early approach to ‘electronic’ music production as a starting point, bringing this general philosophy and sound into the modern virtual environment with an intuitive and powerful interface. At the core of the EVE approach to sound design is the basic structure of 3 sample-playing layers, 2 multi-effect racks, and a selected library of multisampled ‘electric keyboards’.
This enables the blending of several waveforms and instruments into a vintage wall of sound, or alternatively, the use of the 3 layers multi-timbrally as a vintage workstation. These layers can then be further processed through EVE’s powerful multi-effect racks.

EVE features a well designed system of parameters for tweaking instruments and effects towards musical results, with all parameters accessible on a single page for easy and intuitive sound design.
Using EVE 2 is just like having the vintage boxes at your fingertips.

If only it was this easy back in the day!

So what are you waiting for? Fire up EVE and take in a blast from the past, with the added convenience of the future! We know you want too!


To purchase EVE 2, please visit our online shop.


You order includes:
  • EVE 2 VSTi for Windows
  • EVE 2 AU for OS X Universal Binary
  • EVE 2 VST for OS X Universal Binary
  • EVE Sound Library: 101 DASHsnd files + 127 presets
  • AOS Sound Library: 21 DASHsnd files + 127 presets
  • Prepared Rhodes Sound Library: 33 DASHsnd files + 62 presets
  • dBu Select Sound Library: 30 DASHsnd files + 30 presets
  • PDF User Manual 25 pages
(Note: the Universal Binary builds for new intel Macs are included as well, no more under testing.Anyway please still report any issue.)

List of some of the many multisamples bundled with EVE 2


CP 70B
D6 Clavinet
Rhodes 73 MK I
Suitcase 88
Mellotron Strings
PE2000 Strings
Solina
Trident String Brass Combi
Vintage Strings O3
B3 Percussive Dry
CX Drawbar Set (4 versions)
Vox Continental C
Several analog waveforms
A complete Electro Drum Set
Minimoog
PolySix
Wurlitzer EP
Zvon Prepared Rhodes
Fairlight
Ethnic sounds

What's EVE 2?

EVE 2 adds several enhancements and new synthesis features to the simple yet powerful EVE design. All the original functionality and ease of use is still there, with the following changes and additions –

• The original LP resonant filter per layer in EVE has been replaced by a multimode filter (LP, HP, BP, BR) with control over cut, resonance and envelope modulation, as well as a special ‘fractal’ modulation parameter. This expanded filter design provides further tools for balanced layering of sounds, and deep pads.


• FM/AM modulation capabilities per layer have been added via the ~FM switch matrix. FM and AM can be used to add  interesting harmonic distortions to the original instruments, or to manipulate new sounds from the existing samples.




• The vintage multi-effect racks have been updated, with an expanded ECHO rack, and a new overdrive effect in the MODULATOR rack, as well as various enhancements to other effects. 



• New routing options between the layers and the effects allow the MODULATOR rack to function in both ‘send’ and ‘insert’ modes.



EVE 2 now supports the loading of WusikSND SoundSets, opening up a whole range of extra sample content that can be loaded into the EVE engine. Due to synth design differences, EVE 2 does not load Wusik presets (FXP, FXB, BNK or WusikPRST files). For EVE 2 to read WusikSND SoundSets, they must be installed into the ‘EVE Data’ directory in any subfolder.

• The EVE 2 default sound library features new SoundSets and presets in addition to those that shipped with EVE.


EVE 2 Feature List (bold indicates new in EVE 2)


3 wave player sections with:
ADSR envelope
Velocity sens
Double KeyTrack scaling
LP, HP, BP, and BR filters with resonance and env. amount
3 band equalizer
Pitch, Amp and Pan LFOs
Pitch envelope enable
Semitone transpose
Fine pitch
Send to FX 1
Send to FX 2
Volume
Mute switch
VU meter
Velocity Zone: min and max
Key Zone : high and low
Polytimbric over 3 parts
3 modes for each LFO: Free, Sync, Inv.
'Fractal' randomisation for filter modulation
FM and AM per oscillator

Master controls:
Glide
mono mode
LFO masters
fine tuning
Velocity sens.
Two DSP sections:
Echo (true stereo vintage tape delay emulation, with Sync Chorus)
Modulator (Leslie, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Wha Filter, OverDrive)
MIDI Learn: More than 100 parameters remotely controllable by Midi Control Changes

300+ high quality presets.



The license allows you to receive
software updates for free and to
obtain free support for the
EVE 2 VSTi.

 
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1. EVE 2 audio demos

2. Older Audio examples 
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