Sonic LAB: Arturia Origin Exclusive

First look at the new beast      31/10/08
Our exclusive first look at the new Arturia Origin Modular DSP synth. Please go here for the full accompanying notes - you can also grab an embed there too.
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robgs    Said...

Yes please Santa Claus!

31-Oct-08 05:33 AM


Bernard    Said...

Superb review.

31-Oct-08 12:59 PM


Marc JX8P    Said...

Excellent review, Nick! Very impressive product too, the controls and stuff seem very solid. Is the screen touch sensitive though? I thought I saw you press some things on it.

31-Oct-08 04:39 PM


Timmybuk2    Said...

Thanks for this review! i helps me get a much better understanding of what really this synth is capable of and a good feel for what it is.

01-Nov-08 01:02 AM


JesseJ    Said...

Very nice review indeed!

01-Nov-08 07:20 AM


Jesu55    Said...

Incredible looking device! great to have hands on hardware, with software flexibility. on board sharc processors mean it won't hog up my CPU. cant wait to try this to a live setup!

01-Nov-08 11:59 AM


JR    Said...

I own it, and it rules, but it has no midi out, and there are a few little flaws, and there is to software front end editor like Virus or korg M3. It is a blast to play and i love it but they released it way warly and some of the code is undone like no midi out. Their not shure if they are going to add it either.

03-Nov-08 03:08 AM


Nick B    Said...

No MIDI out? I must confess I didnt have time to check that out, but I'm pretty sure that they will sort that out.

As far as I could see, the USB 2.0 is going to be much more integrated into the DAW, so presumably that would include MIDI o/p it cant be that hard compared to Audio or DAW stuff

03-Nov-08 12:56 PM


shekhar dhain    Said...

hang on a minute..

i clicked on this from the snippet about namm 09, that didnt work so i typed arturia and then remembered this review, which was brilliant. I also remembered leaving some comments, but they seem to have miraculously disappeared. In the words of manuel ( fawlty towers), er...que?

13-Jan-09 08:13 AM


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