Arturia Announces The 10 Year Suite

Tenth anniversary collectors pack includes 7 anthology synths, Analog Factory and Brass      26/06/09

Arturia  Announces The 10 Year Suite


This summer, Arturia is celebrating 10 Years in business. As part of the festivities the company are releasing a new special anniversary pack: The 10 Year suite. This collector pack, available in limited quantities, includes:
  • 7 anthology synthesizers: Minimoog V, Moog Modular V, CS-80V, ARP 2600 V, Prophet V, Prophet VS and Jupiter-8V
  • Analog Factory, a synthesizer offering instant access to 3500 sounds
  • Brass, a software recreation of a trumpet, a saxophone and a trombone.
Arturia say that these instruments offer the contemporary musician the sonic palette and the expressivity needed when quality and musicality is the highest priority.
Loaded with 400 presets and modern features, each instrument will also receive a free online upgrade this summer –as part of our 10th anniversary celebration. Required minimum configuration
  • PC/Windows : 512 MB RAM; 1.5 GHz DualCore CPU
  • MAC OS X: 512 MB RAM; 1.5 GHz DualCore CPU
  • Protection by SyncrosoftTM: Internet connection required
Platform specifications
  • Windows: Windows XP / Vista
  • Mac OS X: 10.4 or higher and Universal Binary
Formats: Stand-alone (ASIO™, Direct Sound™, Core Audio™) VST®, Audio Units™, RTAS™ (ProTools)
Pricing and Availability:
MSRP : $649 /549€
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