Bazille – Tokyo Ghost

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Play in the “Dead” Silence

SKU: PM-0004 Category:


The Monster, Resurrected.


“Tokyo Ghost” is an advanced skin for U-he Bazille.

  • Clean light design with hardware taste knobs
  • Everything in a single screen
  • Improved effects sections
  • Ghost mode (Hide all cables)
  • Easy to see mod depth ring
  • Retina display ready

Ghost Mode

Tokyo Ghost has a great feature : Ghost Mode. With a single click, you can hide all cables.
However complexed your patch becomes, you can work in the dead silence.

  • Click the topbar icon and all cables are hidden.
  • You can still change mod sources by clicking the small mod knobs.
  • Some are totally hidden and cannot change their mod sources.

Note that this is just a visibility matter. Ghost mode does not affect routings at all, because “ghosts” , though invisible, are still there watching us!




Preset Browser


MMap Editor

MMap Editor

MIDI Table

MIDI Table

Get Demo

You can download the demo version of the skin.

There could be rare cases where the skin causes DAW to crash. Please try changing some presets, editing parameters, pushing buttons such as settings or save presets. And the skin is basically made for 100% zoom. Please check if it looks beautiful in your screen and your preferable zoom rate.

Ghost Demo

Demo Restrictions

  • Only half number of modules are available.
  • Watermarks on most images.
Download Demo

Note: Sometimes the trial version is older than the actual product’s version. In case you have trouble due to this version gap, you fairly have the right to refund the product.



  • 1.Go to “Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support/u-he/Themes”
    and drop the theme folder. (Note that it’s not your USER’s LIBRARY folder.)
  • 2. Open Bazille.
  • 3. Click the cog icon (top-right) to open the preference.
  • 4. Choose “Tokyo Ghost” as the default skin.


  • 1. Find your Bazille folder. it may be on “”
  • 2. Then move to “Support:Themes” and drop the theme folder there. If there’s no such folder, then create on your own.
  • 3. Open Bazille.
  • 4. Click the cog icon (top-right) to open the preference.
  • 5. Choose “Tokyo Ghost” as the default skin.


Be noted! U-he recently released the new version of Bazille (v1.1.1, with tag browser). But some users may be using older version.Since a single theme can only be compatible with either, we serve 2 versions, each of which is compatible with new Bazille and old Bazille respectively.

  • Tokyo Ghost v1.1.1 –> for Bazille v1.1.1 (Rev.10693)
  • Tokyo Ghost v1.0.7 –> for Bazille v1.1 (Rev.3898)

So you have to check which version of Bazille you’re using, and download the appropriate version of the skin.

Further Support

If you have some trouble, please contact us. Or the KVR thread is the best place to have discussion! Bug reports or feature requests is helpful to us.

Release Notes

All changes are listed here.

v1.1.1 (2020.10.17)
fixed Mod The labels of mod sources are now compatible with latest ones (Ctrl A/B, new LFO Sine).

v1.1 (2020.4.3)
improved Browser Compatible with the new preset browser with tag!! You also get useful “Tag This Patch” feature.

v1.07 (2019.11.27)
fixed OSC Fixed the issue that fractal menus are overlapped by its depth knob and difficult to click.
v1.06 (2019.11.25)
fixed OSC Cosine/Tapmap settings in OSC3 & OSC4 were mistakenly that of OSC2’s.
v1.05 (2018.12.23)
Changed UI Inlets/Outlets images are now perfect circle by default. You can still revert it to the original version (slightly polygon shaped).
fixed Output Output inlets were not in the right positions.
fixed Filter2 Cutoff mode in Filter2 was not selectable.
fixed General Some elements are slightly moved, which hopefully lessens glitches in the scale other than 100%.
changed Bottom Ramp & MMap are now fully shown. Do you miss mini effector section? Don’t worry, we’re planning to add full FX control in the bottom panel.
v1.0 (2018.11.5)
Released The very initial release

Based on 1 review

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    Synthfr34k (verified owner)

    I love this Bazille skin, it has a way more clear design. It lets you use Bazille as a effective virtual analog modular system. Clear recommendation! Amazing work was done here! Thank you Plugmon!

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