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Arturia’s The One Puts All Their Synths In One Box To Tempt You With Synthesizer Goodness

Arturia has introduced The One, a single-box containing every Arturia software instrument and a single license to activate one of them:
The One is a DVD containing 8 of our software products and their manuals. Install 8 of our best virtual products (Analog Factory 2.5, Minimoog V Moog Modular V ARP2600V CS-80V Prophet V Jupiter-8V Brass 2) and use them with no function limitations for 15 days. Once you’ve tried them all out you pick The ONE you want to activate.
The ONE gives you full acces to our powerful products for a 15 days trial period at the end of which you pick your software of choice.
The One retails for USD 249.00 / EURO 229.00 – note that this unlocks one of the synths in the box.



Synthesizer-Magazin #19

flickr by Moogulator"www.synthesizer-magazin.deAusgabe 19 , grade neu!feat. Roland System 100m etc..Wir sind auch auf der Messe Halle 5.0 (unten) Stand C48."






Mystery - Laundromat Music

YouTube via mysteritmo
"A little piece of electronic music made with the Roland TR-606, Toontrack EZ drummer and Arturia MinimoogV and Arp2600V - just to try out the soft synths. The video was filmed with a Nokia 6700 mobile phone and edited in Windows Movie Maker. Music written and performed by Mystery, 2010."






Artists and ARTURIA #2 Laurent Garnier

YouTube via Arturiaweb

Artists and ARTURIA #1 Dean Jarvis






Arturia Updates Jupiter 8V

Arturia has announced Jupiter-8V v2, the latest version of its virtual Roland Jupiter-8.
Features:

  • SoundMap preset navigation system
  • Ability to use NRPN midi messages for automation
  • Presets now respond to modulation wheel
  • Fresh batch of presets made by a selection of top sound designers
  • MIDI RPN “pitch bend range” message is now recognized
  • Increase of overall volume
  • New e-licenser (old Syncrosoft) copy protection
  • Numerous bug fixes

Features of Jupiter-8v:

  • More than 400 presets
  • Up to 32 voices of polyphony, and a Unison mode
  • A unique audio structure featuring 2 oscillators per voice (16 oscillators in total), 2 LFO’s, 2 filters and 2 envelopes.
  • Keyboard split and layer
  • A set of Analog Sounding Effects: Dual Delay, Phaser, Flanger, all three being largely modulable by any audio source in the synth.
  • 2 digital effects, X and Y.
  • Additional Live-oriented Step-sequencer, additional Galaxy module for advanced modulations
  • Set to Control with your external MIDI keyboard in just a few clicks.
  • Full compatibility with major formats and hosts on Mac OS X and Windows XP (VST, AU, RTAS)

The upgrade is free for all registered users.



Bach Invention #3 in D major (incomplete) using the Arturia Moog Modular V

YouTube via synthbaron
"A very incomplete version of this Invention, done in the style of W. Carlos. Recorded about 6 years ago on the Arturia Moog softsynth. Select higher resolution video for better audio quality, or you can download the MP3 here: http://synthbaron.com/invention3incom..."

Bach Invention #4 in D minor using the Arturia Moog Modular V

"This was an attempt to somewhat duplicate W. Carlos' version. Recorded about 6 years ago on the Arturia Moog softsynth. I sort of gave up on it, so it's mostly incomplete. Select higher resolution video for better audio quality, or you can download the MP3 here: http://synthbaron.com/invention4.mp3"

Bach Invention #10 in G major (incomplete) using the Arturia Moog Modular V

"A very incomplete version of this Invention, done in the style of W. Carlos. It's a little embarrassing, because the timbres are all over the place and was a quick mixdown to listen to what it sounded like in the middle of recording it. It was much more complete, but this is all I have left of it after a data mishap. Recorded about 6 years ago on the Arturia Moog softsynth. Select higher resolution video for better audio quality, or you can download the MP3 here: http://synthbaron.com/invention10.mp3"






Audio used as CV into FreqBox

YouTube via soundxplorer. I want that on this.
"Audio from the PC is being used to modulate the frequency of the MF-107's oscillator. Arturia's 2600v is great for this because its oscillators go well into LFO range. Delay and Ring Mod are applied to the CV signal at times. The last clip uses speech as the audio source. No audio is heard from the 2600v, only the FreqBox. My audio interface is not DC-coupled (the M-Audio Delta 44) so it would not work properly with software like MOTU's Volta for envelopes and pitch output, but LFOs seem to work fine."






Treat Yourself :)

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