AESNYC07: Arturia Origin – Latest

Next year for release of hardware synth      15/10/07

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7:30 mins
The Origin is the hardware manifestation of Arturia’s synthesis – at least sort of. The DSP’s inside the Origin did require a lot of re-coding of algorithms and the like to get the best out of this new beast. With up to 32 note polyphony – dependent on the voice architecture, Origin can be seen as a sort of modular synthesizer with a software engine and a hardware interface. We spoke to Frederick Bruin, who showed us a little more of what this baby can do Pricing TBC but in the region of 2-2.5K Euros
Available: early next year

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Geert    Said...

it's a poor imitation of a nord modular G2. this thing should have an editor and way more modules to make it interesting. the hardware had a nice layout, but the used plastic makes it feel very cheap and toy-like... not somethinh worth 2.5K euro to me.

15-Oct-07 05:34 AM


Ryan    Said...

Its a beautiful machine, but as of now (I could be wrong), I cannot hear the difference between the CPU and the Hardware. For instance, Korg digital hardware has a unique hardware sound, and that is why you buy korg digital hardware... But will Arturia's hardware have a unique sound? from all the samples I have heard thus far, it just sounds like a processor intensive soft synth...

I hope I am wrong though, it sure looks sexy

15-Oct-07 10:08 PM


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