V.R | 05.2019 | 210 MB
This is the one that switched on the synthesizer in popular music. Huge, massive, powerful, flexible all of this recreated in great detail for you.
Arturia, in partnership with Dr. Bob Moog, has brought you the synth that started it all. From Wendy Carlos’s famous ‘Switched on Bach’ to Keith Emerson’s live use, this huge modular showed that electronics could be musical thus being the catalyst for every synthesizer we see today. The towering modular synthesizer that has dominated the world of music since the 1960s has been revived!
Modular synthesis at its best
“Probably the number one system” (Peter Forrest, The A-Z of Analog Synthesizers)
Originally sold as custom units to artists such as Tomita, Klaus Schultz, the Beatle’s, Tangerine Dream and many others, we have recreated a giant collection of the best modules for you here. With up to 9 oscillators, 3 filter slots, 2 LFOs, 6 envelopes, VCAs, mixers, a sequencer and more, this classic synth offers you no limitations for your creative endeavors.
If simple sounds are needed, no need to look here.
The Modular V is all about the complexities and nuances that only a modular patch can deliver. With more tone generation and modulation capabilties than any other synth this is the reference standard for intricate sound design.
Much more than a Modular
Modular V includes some very rare module replicas like the Bode frequency shifter and the 928 sample and hold modules, as well as a few innovative effects developed by Arturia’s team like the formant filter and ring modulator. Modular V will give you a lifetime of sound design possibilities.
All the parameters of the original modular synth:
3 filter slots
1 Noise Generator
16 auxiliary VCAs with modulation inputs
1 filter bank (14 bandwidths available)
More than 500 presets, made by professional sound designers
Mono / polyphonic (up to 64 voices per instrument)
Stereo delay and chorus
12-stage phaser and ring modulator
Very accurate reproduction of the legendary 24dB/octave low-pass filter
Superb audio quality with TAE® engine
24 bits/96 kHz supported
Sliders now hold the mouse position to avoid drag limitations due to screen bounds
When editing a control, the value is now showed next to it and lower bar shows parameter description
Tutorials added on the instruments
Advanced search allowing to quickly access several categories such as instrument, bank, or even preset comments
It is now possible to play the instruments from a computer keyboard in standalone mode
Added keyboard shortcuts to resize the plugins window
New shuffle feature to avoid browsing presets in the same order each time
Reworked playlists workflow, presets are now copied in playlists to avoid unwanted preset modifications
Added “new preset” entry in instruments menu to start a sound from scratch
Reworked audio / MIDI settings window, including standalone BPM parameter
Drop of 32 bits support
Changing the name of a user preset doesn’t create a copy anymore
No more crashes when selecting ASIO DirectX Full Duplex Driver in standalone on Windows
No more crashes in Juce based hosts when resizing the plugins window
Reduced Fiber Local Storage consumption on Windows
(Win64; AAX, VST3, VST, SAL)
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