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Arturia Prophet V Virtual Analog Synthesizer
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Imagine... You're looking at your computer screen and within two clicks you find exact recreations of two of the most influential analogue and digital synths existing in the 1980's:
With the PROPHET V, you no longer have to imagine.
Arturia has taken the FIRST and LAST synthesizers created by Sequential Circuits and brought them to you in an easy to use software format. As with all other soft-synths created by Arturia, we bring you a replica of the Prophet 5 and VS both visually and sonically. Using the PROPHET V will be second nature for all you old-pros, and if you're new to the synthesizers, the only thing you'll miss by not having the hardware versions is the workout from transporting them to the studio. Since the PROPHET V is designed with Arturia's TAE technology, you can be sure you won't give up sound quality. Click here to read more about the improvements we've made in TAE especially for the PROPHET V.
There are three interfaces in the Prophet V: Prophet 5, Prophet VS, and Hybrid mode.
The Prophet 5 and Prophet VS emulations have all the goodies of the originals (5 voice polyphony, white noise modulators, dynamic waveform crossfading with joystick, etc). You can even import any existing preset banks from the original synthesizers in a format called SysEx sound data. This data was one of the truly unique attributes of the original synthesizers because it allowed musicians to save their presets for one of the first times ever. With Arturia's Prophet V, we have respected this spirit by allowing you to use the presets you've already created in the original synthesizer while playing the synthesizer in its software counterpart.
The Hybrid mode is both synthesizers stacked one on top of the other offering you an entirely new world of possibilities.
Compatibility Notice: OS X 10.11 El Capitan (release date 9/30/15)
As with all major operating system updates, it is vital to check the compatibility of your hardware and software before upgrading your system. For new computer owners, it' highly advised to check with manufacturers on when they expect their products to be fully compatible with the latest operating system.
- Compatibility with the Presets of the original synthesizers
- No aliasing from 0.1Hz to 16kHz
- Calculated precision : 64 bits
- Sample Frequency : until 96 kHz
- More than 400 presets created by some of the great musicians
- Compatible with a MIDI keyboard
- analog oscillators for the Prophet 5
- wavetables oscillators for the Prophet VS
- Capacity to synchronize Osc2 on Osc1 for the Prophet VS
- 1 Mixer with joystick and automation envelope for mixing the 4 oscillators of the Prophet VS
- 1 resonating low pass filter for the Prophet 5
- multimode resonant filter for the Prophet 5
- LFO that can be synchronized with the tempo of the host sequencer
- envelopes: 2 ADSR; 3 5 point envelopes
- Modulation matrix
- Audio Matrix
- Stereo Delay with MIDI synchronization
- Polyphony of 2 to 32 voices with the unison possibility
- Audio quality and purity as in the original Prophet 5 and VS
- And lots more...
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I've been enamored by analog synths since I was a little kid. I have had the chance to play lots of them and would still like to get the originals, but they are expensive and unruly.You may never even get to see a real Prophet in person, because there were very few ever made. That will not stop you from getting all of the spectacular sounds.This soft-synth emulation is rock solid reliable and overflowing with sonic capabilities.
Got the demo version. The P5 is good. I've got the analog version and it does sound close. Well, it about as close as the 2600 version of the ARP. Still missing that analog egde and harshness but with some distortion you can get there. The P VS... wow... don't actually have one but the digial nature of the VS lends me to believe it's dead on. Still add a little dist to compensate for the extremely bad outs...Overall, this thing is good. Hands down worth the money.... No Doubt... (not the group).