Arturia Oberheim SEM V Revealed

Detailed features, graphic interface and sound demos now online      28/10/11
Arturia Oberheim SEM V Revealed


Arturia has revealed new details about its highly anticipated software synthesizer: the Oberheim SEM V.
Ahead of the official release, planned for December, Arturia has exposed the detailed features, graphic interface and the first exclusive sound demos on its website. Arturia tell us that, not only is the Oberheim SEM V, powered by the latest innovations in Arturia's TAE technology, a faithfull recreation of the original, but it will also benefit from polyphony, 8 voice multitimbrality and new innovative modules such as the Voice Programmer, the Advanced Keyboard Follow and a Modulation Matrix.
MAIN FEATURES:
  • All the original parameters of the Oberheim SEM : two oscillators, each offering sawtooth wave and variable-width pulse wave with PWM, sine wave LFO, 12dB/oct multi-mode Filter with low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and notch, two ADS envelopes
  • Added functionalities : New LFO, Noise, Sub oscillator, on board effects (distortion, chorus and delay), Arpeggiator, Portamento
  • Polyphony and 8 Voice Multitimbrality
  • New 8-voice Programmer module
  • Advanced Keyboard follow module
  • Modulation Matrix module
  • Works in Standalone, VST 2.4 & 3, 64 bit & 32 bit, RTAS and AU 32 & 64 bit formats
  • Compatible with Windows (XP/Vista/Seven 32 bit and 64 bit), Mac OS X (Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, Intel only)
Pricing and Availability:
MSRP : USD 249.00 / EURO 229.00
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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Mattsynth    Said...

Very Nice.

28-Oct-11 09:53 AM


The Guvnor    Said...

We're fast running out of (classic) vintage synths to recreate in software. What happens then, I wonder?

29-Oct-11 05:09 PM


selercs    Said...

@Guvnor,

Who cares? Just be thankful you have all this technology at your feet.

30-Oct-11 11:02 AM


Complaints Department    Said...

@Guvnor,

Maybe someday someone will get back to designing new synthesis methods.

30-Oct-11 02:22 PM


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