Arturia Oberheim SEM V Updated

Version 1.1 gets new features and 100 new designer prests      16/02/12
Arturia Oberheim SEM V Updated

ARTURIA releases Oberheim SEM V 1.1 update Arturia has announced the release of the 1.1 update for the Oberheim SEM V, their software emulation of the legendary Oberheim Synthesizer Expander Module.
The 1.1 version comes loaded with more than 100 new presets by world class sound designers, as well as powerful new features.
Two modes have been added to the 8-Voice Programmer (''Reassign'' and ''Forward Retrig'') for even richer timbral sequences and easier use in conjunction with the arpeggiator.
Polyphony is now adjustable just like on the original multi-SEM models.
The update also brings enhanced performance on all DAWs, notably on Logic and Pro Tools, as well as faster preset management.
Main Features:
  • Polyphony parameter to limit the polyphony of the plugin
  • Faster preset management
  • 20 new factory presets from Ian Boddy
  • 21 new factory presets from Erik Norlander
  • 35 new factory presets from Richard Courtel
  • 11 new factory presets from Kevin Lamb
  • 14 new factory presets from Drew Newmann
  • ''Reassign'' mode for the 8-Voice Programmer (like in the original one, the SEM V will first use the boards that are not gated in its voice assignment)
  • ''Forward Retrig'' mode : the 8-Voice Programmer restarts from the first board when releasing all gates
  • Sustain pedal is now active on all systems
  • Improved performances on all DAWs, notably Logic and Pro Tools
Pricing and Availability:
The 1.1 upgrade is free for all registered users. More information:

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