33 varied and wonderful 1-knob fx.
What comes with the Uno Plus Series:
“Tasty Grit” ~ 3 carefully calibrated racks to add different types of flavorful dirt & chunk, from gentle & ear-pleasing to the neighbor banging on the wall begging you to please stop.
_Cramp*: Feel your muscles tightening? Add a final touch of warmth, chunk and sizzle to an audio part, group or a full mix with this soft-clipping saturation / compression combo.
_Gramp*: Amp & distortion channel to add “smack” to audio. You whippersnappers better get off my lawn!
_Tramp*: Nasty Amp & distortion channel which devastates sound. Trashy, sleazy, slutty; lets it all out.
“Wobification” ~ 4 devices for adding wobble to any audio source, ranging from liquidy smooth to uber naughty. Each device has a different overall character and behaviour as you twist its knob.
They also have a dry / wet macro knob, but we’ll still count them as 1-knob fx just because.
(the first version of this was developed to be able to play “dubstep acoustic guitar” live. Fun stuff.)
_Wobify: Smoooth Sine wobble.
_Blobify: Burbly Bleeb wobble.
_Gobify: Gritty Goblin wobble.
_Zobify*: Zappity Zam wobble.
“Wacky Creatures” ~ 16 One-Knob effect racks that create wacky & varied fantastical monster effects, calibrated for live performability. Get bestial!
[we’ll leave the descriptions to your imagination on these ones]
_Grump (1-knob version of “Groomp” from the “Super Sub Follower” at subaqueousmusic)
“Space Rhythms” ~ 4 “space” effects from the far reaches of the cosmos. Don’t forget to come back to earth eventually.
_Pantor ~ Randic syncopative delay. Whoah, man.
_Gurble ~ Gurbly delay / verb. Trippy, dude.
_SpaceOut ~ Roll Thru the clouds. Awesome sauce.
_Whaaaat ~ Weird glitchy echo. Radical, dig?
_”Directional Faders” ~ A set of 6 special mixing fader gain knobs that fade the sound in a specific direction, adding dimension.
Tip: During a section of a song when several parts fade-in or fade-out at the same time, try using a different Directional Fader on each to do the fades rather than using volume automation like you normally might (for example: have two instrument parts fade out, one fading to the left and one to the right, or have a drum clip fade in starting with the low frequencies and a percussion part from the center expanding outward to full).
_Fade Outward: <- ●● -> fades to the sides
_Fade Inward ● -><- ● fades to the center
_Fade Leftward <- ●● fades to the left
_Fade Rightward ●● -> fades to the right
_Fade Downward ●● cuts highs as it fades
_Fade Upward / ●● / cuts lows as it fades
(‘Fade Upward’ and ‘Fade Downward’ each have ‘smooth’ & ‘resonant’ modes. Choose resonant mode for a nice enhancement to the cutoff point.)
It is assumed you own Ableton Live Standard
Effects marked * Require ownership of the “Amp” and/or “Collision” Live Packs
(or Live 9 Suite which comes with them)
As a bonus, you will also get EVERY free PerforModule One-Knob effect released prior to “Uno Plus”. That’s 44 bonus FREE racks which results in a nifty total of 77 one-knob effect racks!
PerforModule Uno effects are delicately programmed for balanced levels. You will never have any crazy runaway feedback problems or sudden painful volume bursts. They are designed so that any setting of the Single Macro has a theoretically beneficial result. Nifty information will appear on mouseover of the title bar and macros, such as the default knob position. Unless noted in their descriptions, the Uno effects will not cause any clicks or zipper noises when adjusting values in a live performance setting or with automation, nor will they cause your significant other to spontaneously admonish you (no guarantees on that last one).