Accordion Virtual Instrument for UVI Workstation
The bayan is a type of chromatic button accordion developed in Russia in the early 20th century.
It's used for classical and contemporary music.
The original sampled instrument is the amazing Bugari Bayan Prime.
PSound Bayan is the most accurate virtual accordion available.
- Notes: 64 (E-G)
- Chorus: 4', 8, 8 cassotto, 16'
- Registers: 15
- Notes: 58 (E-C#)
- Chorus: 4', 16', 16' cassotto
- Registers: 6
- Pedal Reinforcement
- Key Noise (adjustable)
- Register Noise (adjustable)
- 96kHz/24bit resolution
- 3000 samples
- 1.8 GB memory storage
- Reverb (on/off switch) with "time" and "mix" knobs
- Free UVI Workstation 2.5.6 and above is required
- Also compatible with UVI Falcon OR MOTU Mach Five 3.2.1 and above
- MacOS 10.9 Mavericks and above
- Windows 8 and above (64-bit only)
- 4GB RAM or more (8GB or more recommended)
- 250MB free storage space
- Free iLok account and iLok License Manager
- iLok Machine and iLok USB licensing methods are supported
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