Groove3 – UVI Falcon 2 Explained

Studio wiz Eli Krantzberg brings you a detailed video manual for UVI’s incredible Falcon 2 virtual instrument! Learn all of its features and functions including how to use them to make your next production. These videos are designed for new Falcon 2 users.
Eli greets you and starts at the beginning with a thorough overview of the Falcon 2 user interface and how to navigate it, plus how to work with the File and Sidebar Browsers. Then you’ll dive into all of Falcon 2’s Edit Tabs, the Mapping Editor, working with its extensive Modulation capabilities, Effects and much more.
Next you’ll see Falcon 2 in action with videos on how to utilize its Analog Oscillator, Analog Stack Oscillator and Wave Shaper to create realistic analog synth tones. Then it’s on to the Additive Oscillator, Pluck Oscillator, Wavetable Oscillator, FM Oscillator, and Organ & Noise Oscillators to craft virtually any sound you can ever imagine.
Did you know Falcon 2 does drums too? Eli shows you how to use the powerful Drum Oscillator to make your drum tones and then the basics of programming beats, using the pattern based row parameters in the Euclidian Drum Script Processor!
Moving on Eli explains and explores Falcon 2’s sampler features, such as how to set up velocity layers, batch process samples, and set up exclusive groups, followed by how the slice parameters are used to slice up and play back rhythmic material, and using the Stretch Oscillator to pitch shift samples while keeping the speed of the sample constant.
Eli finishes up your journey into Falcon 2 with many more videos covering topics like the IRCAM Granular Oscillator, Key Switches & Layer Rules, working with the Falcon 2 Arpeggiator, the Effects Rack, Macros, Host Automation and much, much more.
To see what these comprehensive Falcon 2 video tutorials show you, and how they’ll get you flying high when using Falcon 2, see the individual Falcon tutorial descriptions on this page. Learn to tame Falcon 2 with this detailed video manual taught by the one and only Eli Krantzberg… Watch “UVI Falcon 2 Explained®” today.

Content
Chapter 1: Falcon 2 Basics
1. Falcon Overview (6:55)
2. Getting Around the Interface (6:49)
3. Working with the File Browser (6:08)
4. The Sidebar Browsers (4:00)
5. Edit Tab: Program & Layer Parameters (6:35)
6. Edit Tab: Keygroup Parameters (6:05)
7. Edit Tab: Oscillator Parameters (5:08)
8. Introduction to the Mapping Editor (4:54)
9. Working in the Mapping Editor (5:26)
10. Modulation Editor Basics (7:49)
11. Working with Modulation (5:03)
12. The Effects Tab (6:54)
13. The Info & Event Tabs (3:51)
14. Parts, Tree, & List Views (4:43)
Chapter 2: Falcon 2 in Action
15. Analog Oscillator & Modulation Mapper (6:58)
16. The Analog Stack Oscillator & Wave Shaper (4:46)
17. The Additive Oscillator (7:24)
18. The Pluck Oscillator (7:39)
19. Introduction to Script Processors (8:21)
20. Exploring the Wavetable Oscillator (6:10)
21. The FM Oscillator (5:01)
22. The Organ & Noise Oscillators (3:47)
23. The Drum Oscillator (6:33)
24. Introduction to Euclidian Drum (3:54)
25. Velocity Layers, Batch Processing, & Exclusive Groups (2:39)
26. The Slice Oscillator (9:42)
27. The Stretch Oscillator 5:00)
28. The IRCAM Granular Oscillator (5:20)
29. Other IRCAM Oscillators (5:45)
30. Key Switches & Layer Rules (4:00)
31. Working with the Arpeggiator (6:15)
32. Effects Rack, Macros, & Host Automation (4:45)
Chapter 3: 2.1 Update
33. Magnetic Bass Shaper (2:15)
34. Feedback Machine (3:52)
35. Step Arp (5:45)
36. Gate Mod (4:05)
37. Gate Mod Poly (4:15)
38. Gate Mod Bernoulli (3:38)
39. Chord Strum (1:36)
40. Arpeggiator Record (3:16)
Chapter 4: 2.5 Update
41. VCF-20 FX (4:54)
42. TS Overdrive & Multi LFO (4:28)
43. Cartesian & Wave Sequencer Scripts (6:18)
44. Rain & Warp Sequencers (5:38)
45. The Euclidian Keys Sequencer Script (5:03)
46. Probability Arp & MIDI Record Scripts (4:54)
47. Other New Scripts (5:11
Chapter 5: 2.8 Update
48. The Texture Oscillator (3:56)
49. New Effects (6:37)
50. New Event Processors Pt. 1 (7:55)
51. New Event Processors Pt. 2 (5:22)

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