100 New VA Patches For Your Arturia Prophet V

Kid Nepro releases Arturia Prophet V Collection      01/02/11

100 New VA Patches For Your Arturia Prophet V

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Here's what Kid Nepro has to say...
Kid Nepro Arturia Prophet V Collection. A cool mix of 100 new virtual analog patches that will spice up your Arturia Prophet V.
This is Nepro's 4th release for Arturia's V Synths following the Minimoog V, ARP2600 and Moog Modular V sound libraries. Included are 40 Prophet-5 Patches, 40 Prophet-VS Patches and 20 new Hybrid mode sounds which bring this collection to a new level in virtual analog sound.
The Patch King has owed several different Prophet's over the last 30 years and still has a Prophet VS rack in the studio. The collection of sounds that Nepro has programmed for the Arturia V collection is done with expert care from someone who knows the Prophet-5 and Prophet-VS very well - so you can be sure that the sounds are well crafted and sound great.
One of the great things about the Prophet V is that you can import sysex files that were programmed on the original Prophets. kid Nepro then took their original Prophet-5 and Prophet-VS sound collections and imported the best patches to use as a starting point. The patches were then tweaked using the new Prophet V parameters using the added modulation routings as well as the new delay and chorus effects using the joystick and aftertouch - none of which were on the original synths.
Pricing and Availability:
The Kid Nepro Prophet V collection is available for $25. USD.
Or all four of the Arturia V collections are available for only $80. More information:


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