The Ultrawave Multiband Processor embarks on a pioneering journey into the advanced potential of overdrive and tremolo, exploring a brave new universe of sounds yet unheard. At the Ultrawave’s core is a dynamic and multi-dimensional approach known as multiband processing. This process splits the frequency spectrum of a guitar, bass, or synthesizer into multiple, discrete frequency bands and equips each band with its own array of adjustable parameters including Drive, Level, and Tremolo. In the official Source Audio Demo, Nathan Navarro (bass) and Lyle Brewer (guitar) demonstrate many of the out-of-this-universe overdrive, fuzz and tremolo sounds available in the Ultrawave.
An In-Depth Tutorial On The Ultrawave
An in-depth tutorial on how to create, publish, and download Ultrawave Multiband Processor user presets with the Ultrawave's Neuro Desktop Editor interface.
Tone Matching: C4 Synth & Modular Synth
Nathan Navarro explores both useful traditional sounds as well as some profoundly non-traditional tones of the Ultrawave Multiband Bass Processor.
.Mike Hermans Demos the Ultrawave
Mike "Pop Into The Chemist" Hermans runs through some of the contemporary guitar sounds made possible with the Ultrawave Multiband Processor.
Sweetwater Sound: C4 Synth
Daniel Fisher and Don Carr of Sweetwater Sound demo some user presets available for the C4 Synth.