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Arturia Minimoog V Software Synthesizer
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Take advantage of this Arturia 10-Year Anniversary Special!Stereo keyboard synthesizer mono/polyphonic (up to 32 voices per instrument with unison po...Click To Read More About This Product
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Stereo keyboard synthesizer mono/polyphonic (up to 32 voices per instrument with unison possibilities), soft clipping function, no aliasing from 0.1Hz-20kHz 64-bit floating point precision, sampling rate: up to 96kHz. The Arturia Minimoog V Software Synthesizer offers more than 500 presets made by talented sound designers and artists. It's MIDI compatible, has 3 voltage-controlled oscillators (with 5 waveforms), LFO, 24dB/oct filter, noise generator, 2 ADS(R) envelopes, and VCA, mixer. The modulation matrix offers up to 6 different connections (12 sources, 32 destinations), arpeggiator, stereo delay, 3-mode chorus, external audio input, and external oscillator and filter modulation input.
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- Mono/polyphonic stereo synthesizer with up to 32 voices per instrument.
- Combination voice capability
- Soft clipping function
- No aliasing
- 0.1Hz-20kHz resolution
- 64-bit floating point precision
- Sampling rate: up to 96kHz
- More than 500 presets made by talented sound designers and artists
- MIDI compatible
- 3 voltage-controlled oscillators (with 5 waveforms)
- LFO, he 24 dB/oct filter
- Noise generator
- 2 ADS(R) envelopes
- VCA, mixer
- Modulation matrix offering up to 6 different connections (12 sources, 32 destinations) Arpeggiator
- Stereo delay
- 3-mode chorus
- External audio input
- External oscillator
- Filter modulation input
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Like other have said, this is a fantastic software synth, and it sounds great. Compared to other software synths, this one seems to grab lots of CPU horsepower, struggling at times on my iMac G4 1.25. The interface is gorgeous - virtually just like a real Minimoog. My only complaint is that it hogs quite a bit of screen real estate.
I use this VST all the time, now i know others have said that this thing drains CPU power, I don't have to worry because i use it through an external MIDI/Soundcard Controller, a Tascam US122L with ASIO drivers, so it never drains CPU power.The Polyphony on this thing is the main reason i got it, all the beauty of miniMOOG and none of the problems.
With polyphony, it's able to deliver a totally different synth - I expected it to be okay, but was really surprised at how much I wanted to keep playing it...
Totally never would have thought the minimoog sound would really be super appealing to me - I like the sounds I've heard on recordings in the past, but just wouldn't have shelled out to buy one.The sound of this synth is so present - it really sounds different than the moog modular (which I also dig), and that surprised me. Using this synth either polyphonically or with the arpeggiator seems to be what I do most. It sounds really rich.It is a cpu chomper... but that's the price for the sound I suppose - all 3 of Arturia's soft synths are that way - I really enjoy just playing them.
By far, this is my favorite of the Minimoog soft-synths. It comes with lots of great presets and has rock solid stability. I can't say enough about how versatile this instrument is. Get it, you will not regret it.
I can't afford a vintage Minimoog, and this is a great substitute! Everything is just like the original, all the way down to the smallest details. It sounds absolutly amazing, and can work as a plugin or standalone. I use it with FL Studio, and it works seamlessly. My only complaint is it doesn't utilize the knobs and controls on your MIDI controller. Controlling the filters real-time is half the fun. But, it's still great! I'd recommend it to any vintage synth enthusiast, or anyone who just wants to have some fun with a virtual Minimoog.
I downloaded the demo version yesterday and played with the minimoog V all night long. Such a cool product! the sound is just perfect. The interface is sexy and fun. The additional features make it much more useful than a real minimoog. I used it within Logic and got no problem. It is a bit CPU hungry though, but this is totally justified when you hear the sound you can make with this beast.
Yes, yet another Arturia Minimoog V review...others have said it all so I 'll just add..this is the best synth I have...in or out of the PowerMac.On the CPU power usage...I recently asked Arturia tech guys if there are any improvements to be made (over v1.5)particularly on the G5 64Bit CPU...they said basically, no but will continue to 'optimize it.' I think if you what 'that' sound you have to live with the CPU usage!
Moogs are awesome, but Moogs are very expensive. This is cheap. This is also awesome. I never thought in a million years i could have the great sound Moog synths have. Its only two hundred Dollars. Unlike a normal minimoog you dont have to clean it to make it work well. You also don't have to go through hours trying to get a good sound theres plenty of awesome presets. though if you like spending hours getting a good sound you can do that as well. I totally recomend this.
I'm heavily into the software synth scene. I previously used Reason's Malstrom and Subtractor, but ever since I got my hands on this Minimoog program, I'll be using it to do nearly everything. I was immediately impressed by how close this program is to the original keyboard. When combined with my laptop and Radium 61 MIDI controller, I have an unstoppable live performance synthesizer that overcomes some of the downfalls of the original keyboard, and just blows the audience away. This thing can really produce some weird sounds, but hey.... that's its claim to fame.