Arturia - ARP 2600 V3 STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX x64 - Full Version

With its sonic palette that ranges from heavy drum n 'bass stubs to angular arpeggiated electronic bass lines, whatever genre you choose. The 2600 is a truly versatile sound creation tool that still takes its place in modern music. With a unique combination of semi-modular architecture and associated routing, the instrument became one of the most versatile synthesizers of the 1970s. The legend is back : the Arp 2600 had an iconic sound and Arturia was accurate in recreating this amazing synth. From the sound of three oscillators to the original filter and huge modulation routing capabilities. You get all this and more. Sound researchA: If you're new to synthesis, no problem: we've included hundreds of great presets to get you started. The Arp 2600 is a workhorse that can do everything from clean leads and sequences to insane sound effects. When you need something with a special character, the Arp 2600 is just what you need! Out and Back : While the original tool was amazing, we always find ways to innovate and improve. Four revolutionary modulation generators add sonic flexibility, and the step sequencer lets you animate your sounds. The multi-mode filter and sound effects add new possibilities not found in the original ... Did we mention that it is completely polyphonic? A bit of historyAlan R. Perlman, whose abbreviation later became the name of his company, became convinced of the possibility of using electronic devices as musical instruments back in 1948, when he was a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. It was a means for him to connect his two passions: electronic music and piano. In 1969, he formed ARP Instruments (originally called Tonus Inc.) with David Friends and Lewis G. Pollock. Massachusetts developed electronic products, but most importantly, they designed and built the large ARP 2500 modular synthesizer. The machine used a matrix to connect the various synthesizer sections instead of the traditional patch cables found in competing modules. ARP 2500 has found success in American universities. The development of ARP tools has been rapid and the ARP 2600 was announced in 1972, arguably the most legendary of the entire range. Conceived for educational purposes, this semi-modular synthesizer was to be hugely successful after a shaky start. The ARP 2600 was highly sought after by Stevie Wonder, Joe Zawinul (Weather Report), Tony Banks (Genesis), Jean-Michel Jarre and Herbie Hancock and others. ARP was the leader in the synthesizer market in the 70s (approximately 40% of the market share). Ten years later, three versions of the ARP 2600 were introduced: the first was named "Blue Meanie" because of its steel blue finish. "Blue Meanie" was quickly replaced by a second version with gray trim and white silk lines (1972). In 1978, ARP decided to change the graphic finish for all of its cars: a black background color with orange silk lines was introduced. New opportunities: ARP 2600 V Arturia brings this powerful analog synthesizer to life again. All original features and signature sound are reproduced, not to mention MIDI control, polyphony and the ability to create, save and play presets. But that's not all: the speaker panels hide innovative features that take the original ARP 2600 design to the next level. Four revolutionary oscillators add sonic flexibility that is highly advanced. State-of-the-art effects devices are also available, as well as the original ARP sequencer. The combination of old and new features creates an exciting new virtual synthesizer. If you're new to synthesis, no problem: we've included hundreds of great presets to get you started. If you are an experienced sound engineer, the ARP 2600 V immediately adds new dimensions to your music.

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