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Founded in 2001 by industrial designer and synthesizer fan Urs Heckmann as a one-man show, the Berlin-based audio software company u-he has since evolved into a tightly knit team of employees, active associates and 3rd-party contractors – with ambitious plans.

Known primarily for Zebra2 and Diva, u-he has released several other successful products over the years, and has contributed freeware plug-ins to popular music technology magazines. Despite their underlying complexity, u-he synths and effects are widely acclaimed for their ease of use.

The u-he team has been exploring new technologies for vastly improved analogue synth and delay emulation, as well as various 'physical modelling' approaches to acoustic instruments and effects. All valuable groundwork for the Zebra3 project and other spin-off products - watch this space!
Especially well known for the Zebra2 and Diva software synthesizers, u-he has developed several other successful products over the last decade, and regularly contributes freeware to popular magazines (available as download or on cover discs).

Despite their underlying complexity, u-he synths and effects are widely acclaimed for their ease of use. This is often attributed to Urs Heckmann's background as industrial designer. Heckmann sees the seemingly unconventional decision to start an audio software company as a direct result of his equal love for industrial design and for synthesizers.

We share this file with the name of u-he.Diva.v1.4.3.7325.CE.zip which you can download via the direct link below. Likewise, In order to install u-he Diva VST 500 MB of free space required. Features: In Fact, U-he Diva is the pure authenticity of analog sound. U-he that to the first virtual synthesizer that uses real-time simulator.

Most recently, u-he has been exploring concepts for analogue synthesizers, and the first results can be heard in the software synths ACE / Bazille (audio-rate modulation paths) as well as Diva, Presswerk and Satin (accurate simulation of electronic circuitry). Hive is u-he's first foray into the world of low CPU dance-oriented synths.


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Jul 08, 2010 Our website provides a free download of u-he ACE 1.4.0.3898. The most popular version of the u-he ACE is 1.4. U-he ACE was developed to work on Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 and can function on 32-bit systems. This tool was originally created by u-he. U-he ACE lies within Multimedia Tools, more precisely Music Production. U He Ace Keygen Mac Os 9/11/2019 Voxengo bms vst au v2.1 mac osx incl keygen musiclover81 Converters, for windows and mac os x computers.free download vst plugin.

Please be aware the Linux versions of our plug-ins are still considered beta. While the plug-ins are stable, we are not able to provide the same level of support for these products as we do for the macOS and Windows versions. Support is provided via the Linux and u-he communities on our forum.

ACE: Any Cable Everywhere

Compact, clear, a careful selection of modules and semi-modular architecture makes ACE easy to learn. Simple but not simplistic. Compact but not limited. Clear but definitely not underpowered. With the ability to connect any output into any input, ACE is a powerful synth with tools and features ready for beginners or seasoned users.


Hover over the dots to learn about ACE’s features

  • Semi-modular architecture (with default routing)
  • Oscillators include pulse width modulation (PWM), sync, internal ring and cross modulation (FM)
  • Polyphonic (up to 16 voices), duophonic or monophonic (retriggered or legato)
  • Powerful glide options: constant rate or constant time, percentage range control, per-oscillator offset
  • Up to 8 voice unison (stack) with +/−2 octave individual detuning
  • 2 multimode analogue-style filters
  • 2 ADSR envelopes with fall/rise, snap, singing option for authentic analogue-style voice triggering
  • 2 LFOs with 0Hz to 20kHz frequency range (can be used as VCOs)
  • 2 multiplex modules for signal mixing / crossfading, ring modulation, amplitude modulation etc.
  • 1 syncable and loopable ramp generator
  • Mixer with modulation inputs
  • MIDI modulation and performance: wheels, velocity, pressure, key follow, gate, 2 user-definable MIDI CC
  • Circuit bending options: slop, crosstalk, oscillator cap failure
  • 3 effects: chorus/phaser (4 types), delay (7 fixed options), bass and treble controls
  • Multichannel MIDI support
  • Resizable UI from 70% to 200%
  • Over 920 factory presets
  • NEW in v1.4.2: Support for Oddsound MTS-ESP

The current version of Avid's toolkit for building AAX plug-ins is not compatible with the Apple SDK needed to build plug-ins for Apple's new ARM/M1 processors. We are therefore not able to provide updated AAX versions on macOS, neither for Intel CPUs, nor for Apple M1. If you're a Pro Tools user on macOS, please continue using the previous version of ACE for the time being. Once the AAX toolkit supports Apple's M1 processor architecture, we will provide new AAX versions for macOS, with support for Big Sur and both Intel and Apple M1 CPUs.


Sights and sounds

  • Videos
  • Demo Tracks
  • Screenshots

Introduction to ACE - part 2

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Dan Worrall continues his introduction to ACE series.

Introduction to ACE - part 3

Part three of Dan Worrall’ introduction to ACE.

Introduction to ACE - part 4

The final part of Dan Worrall’s introduction to ACE.

He Loves My Pies

Enjoy He Loves My Pies, made by Urs Heckmann and Jayney Klimek, a song all about true love for synthesizers. Made with 24 instances of ACE, nothing else.

More ACE tutorials

Watch more tutorials in our tutorials section.

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New Frontiers

Tasmodia contributes a short synth jam using 11 instances of ACE for all the sounds.
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Wet Experience

Urs Heckmann performs a bit of sonic experimentation with ACE.
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U-bahn

Einsteigen bitte! DocT takes us on a slow, heavy ride.
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Dumb ‘n’ ACE

A raucous track when ACE meets breakbeats from DocT.
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ACE F

Urs gets inspired by a particular ’80s comedy movie.
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Cold as ACE

DocT provides a track that swirls and sweeps, moving from ambient and pulsing rhythm.
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Patch Sampler

Rob Lee runs through a some ACE factory patches.

Tweak section

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Preferences

The “boxes and cables” philosophy of modular synthesizers gives you the freedom to create your own custom instruments. Once you start connecting the sixteen modules in ACE—exploring new combinations, cross-pollinating ideas—the vast potential of modular soon becomes clear.

Sounds

The two VCOs act as the main sound generators, but as ACE does not differentiate between audio and control (modulation) signals, the full-range LFOs can also be used to generate audio frequencies.

ACE’s oscillators are modelled on analogue circuits, including instabilities and various non-linear characteristics. You can push these characteristics further using the Circuit Bending options.

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If the bottom end needs beefing up, try adding the sub-oscillator. For more intense, complex sounds, try VCO2’s ring modulation, sync and cross modulation.

LFO panel

The LFOs can be co-opted for sound generation. They are similar to the VCOs but have a different feature set, including the possibility of phase modulation (commonly referred to as FM synthesis) and custom waveforms (LFO2 only). Wild experimentation is welcome here—draw any waveform or use the Spectralize function to create additive waves.


Mapping Generator

Not typically found in analogue synthesizers, ACE’s Mapping Generator is a useful addition with a variety of uses. The Mapping Generator is a list of up to 128 values. You can use the drawing tools to edit the values and create your own patterns, or choose pre-built shapes. This map can be stepped through for each played note, it can create per-note offsets, it can transform any modulation source or be used as the LFO2 waveform.


Filter

Like the oscillators, the two filters are modelled on analogue hardware and deliver satisfyingly analogue results. You can overdrive the filters without introducing any harsh distortion, and the resonance remains intact. Or you can take advantage of the self-oscillation feature for chaotic timbres and more experimental sound design.

For an extra aggressive sound, route your signal through both filters and crank the resonance on the second filter. Both filters are cascade type multimode circuits with two parallel outputs each.


Cables anywhere and everywhere

ACE takes after hardware modular synthesizers, although it is not a truly modular design, more correctly it is semi-modular. ACE has a default fixed architecture (like for instance the ARP 2600), which means you can start making noise immediately ‘out-of-the-box’. Any default routing can be overridden by patching cables, which means that the options are practically limitless.

ACE does not differentiate between audio signals and control signals. Any of the outputs can be plugged into any of the signal inputs. Hook things up, explore new ideas and crazy combinations. Try LFOs as audio oscillators or a VCO as LFO. Plug an LFO into a filter, then use the filter as an FM source for an oscillator.

Sound experimentation awaits, limited only by your imagination… and dinner time.


Signal sources

An array of output sockets provide signals from a variety of different sources: noise, MIDI controls (modwheel, velocity etc.), mapping generator and more…

Use these to add organic life-like dynamics, modulation and refinments your sounds.


Effects

Add final touches using the global effects. Pick from a classic stereo chorus with four modes (including phaser) to add richness, a stereo delay with seven immediately selectable modes to add movement, and finally a pair of controls to boost treble and bass.


Ramp generator

If the two ADSRs and two LFOs are not enough, try the host-syncable Ramp Generator (essentially a trapezoid, which combines elements of both).


Multiples

Common to most modular setups, multiples are mix/split devices. Signals are merged and sent onward, or split and sent to different inputs. In ACE the multiples do act as a simple mixer, or can be enlisted for much more interesting possibilities. That is why we renamed them Multiplex. Using the modulation input and some clever cable arrangements, the Multiplex modules can do ring modulation (RM), amplitude modulation (AM) or both at the same time. Or crossfading or inversion…


Envelopes

Without envelopes, your patches would just turn on and off with each note, organ style. Envelopes add dynamics over the length of the note. ACE has classic ADSR envelopes, but with a few extras directly available for more interesting results: Snap, fall/rise, level modulation, rate modulation, velocity. The envelopes can be further with modified in the Envelope Tweaks section. Switch on the singing envelopes for classic analogue retriggering behaviour, or adjust the fall/rise limits.



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Configuration

  • Scalable UI from 70% to 200%
  • MIDI learn page and editable list
  • Global preferences page

LFOs

  • 2 LFOs with a frequency range of 0Hz-20kHz
  • LFOs can be used as VCOs (and vice versa)
  • LFO2 can adopt the mapping generator’s waveform (tap map)

Effects

3 effects: chorus/phaser (4 types), delay (7 fixed options), bass and treble controls

Multiples

2 multiplex modules for signal mixing / crossfading, ring modulation, amplitude modulation etc.

Oscillators

  • 2 VCOs with a frequency range of 0Hz-20kHz
  • VCO1 has linked sub-oscillator

Envelopes

2 ADSR envelopes with fall/rise, snap, “singing” option for authentic analogue-style voice triggering

Global

  • Polyphonic (up to 16 voices), duophonic, monophonic, or legato mode
  • Up to 8 voice unison (stack) with +/−2 octave individual detuning
  • Pitch transpose, drift and glide control
  • Quality setting: draft, standard, good, accurate

Filters

  • 2 analogue style filters (VCF) with self-oscillation
  • Filters are multimode with lowpass (×4), highpass,
    bandpass and bandreject modes
  • Two parallel outputs per filter

Tweak

  • 1 mapping generator with up to 128 values, comprehensive drawing tools
  • 1 syncable and loopable ramp generator
  • Extra envelope options: snap, singing envelopes, ramp clock
  • Circuit bending options: slop, crosstalk, oscillator cap failure

Download the demo and enter your serial number to unlock the full version. The demo version emits crackling sound at irregular intervals.

ACE 1.4.2 (revision 12092)
Released August 10, 2021
Release notes

* About Linux: Before purchasing, please be aware the Linux versions of our plug-ins are still considered beta. While the plug-ins are stable, we are not able to provide the same level of support for these products as we do for the macOS and Windows versions. Support is provided via the Linux and u-he communities on our forum .

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.9 or newer
or
Windows 7 or newer
or
Linux


  • Host software / DAW
  • 1GB RAM, more recommended
  • 50MB free disk space
  • 1000 × 600 or larger display
  • Modern CPU required:
    Windows/Linux: Intel Nehalem or newer, AMD Bulldozer or newer
    Mac: Intel Nehalem or newer, Apple M1
  • Linux: glibc version 2.28 or newer

Formats

ACE is not a standalone product, it requires host software. ACE is compatible with nearly all DAWs.

macOS:
AUv2, VST2, VST3, 64-bit only
temporarily no AAX (read more)

Windows:
VST2, VST3, AAX*
32-/64-bit

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* AAX requires Pro Tools 10.3.7 or later

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Try thelatest builds of ACE, which include improvements and bug fixes. Note: these are stable, but still beta versions.

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Older ACE installers are in our release archive (for legacy systems).

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