For over 20 years, Arturia has stood out as one of the world’s most renowned and respected brands in the synthesizer sphere, and their recent release of V collection 9 proves how dedicated the brand is to pleasing producers, musicians and collectors alike.
The V Collection 9 is a major update to Arturia’s already premium software instrument suite, and now boasts 32 instruments, 14,000 presets and comes with the ideal option of usability: as standalone instruments and DAW plugins.
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Arturia’s engineers have been building this digital synthesizer collection for almost two years now with the aim of improving the quality of their analog sound through technical developments of the plugins. A comprehensive range of software instruments, analog instruments, keyboards, organs, acoustic/electric pianos, and augmented acoustic pianos are all included.
The bundle includes the following 24 existing instruments: Vocoder V, OP-XA V, Jun-6 V, Buchla Easel V, MINI V, SEM V, Jup-8 V, ARP2600 V, Modular V, Synthi V, Emulator ll V, Matrix-12 V, CMI V, DX7 V, Synclavier V, CZ V, Farfisa V, Mellotron V, B-3 V, Solina V, Clavinet V, Stage-73 V, Wurli V, and the VOX Continental V.
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And four new instruments: the primal black monolith Korg MS-20 V, hybrid lo-fi crosswave synth SQ80 V, Augmented STRINGS and Augmented VOICES for blends the human voice with multiple synth engines. The hybrid voice engine it is built on gives you access to a combination of synthesis and sampled vocals.
The V Collection 9 also comes with the following four improved instruments: CS-80 V4, Prophet-5 V, Prophet-VS V, and the Piano V3.
To celebrate the release, Arturia has teamed up with Mixmag Asia to give away free licences to five of our lucky readers. All you have to do is head over to Mixmag Asia’s Instagram, drop a comment and join our mailing list