Arturia Announces Next Generation Analog Classic Software

10 Instruments Get A Complete Makeover      06/07/12
Arturia Announces Next Generation Analog Classic Software


Arturia has announced the availability of 'Next Generation' versions of its Analog Classic software instruments as of July 6. Here's what they have to say...
Ten of Arturia's most popular Mac (OS X 10.5 or higher) and Windows (7/Vista/XP) software instruments have had a complete makeover. Slick new packaging coincides with 64-bit compatibility for all, together with MIDI assignment improvements and better performance.
But best of all... all ten titles are now €99.00 EURO/$99.00 USD, a dramatic drop to half their previous street pricing (in most cases). Titles included are the Oberheim SEM V, Jupiter-8V, Prophet-V, ARP 2600V, Mini V (formerly Minimoog-V), CS-80V, and Modular V (formerly Moog Modular V) soft synths; Wurlitzer-V EP 200A electric piano software emulation; Analog Laboratory software synthesizer workstation; and SPARK Vintage Drum Machines.
Quite simply, there has never been a better time than now to step into Arturia's True Analogue Emulation (TAE) world of those high-end synthesizers and drum machines favoured by a wide range of acclaimed artists like Ritchie Hawtin, deadmau5, Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater), The Crystal Method, Junkie XL, Herbie Hancock, Howard Jones, Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), Hans Zimmer, Jean-Michel Jarre, Geoff Downes (Asia), and many more besides.
Pricing and Availability:
Oberheim SEM V, Jupiter-8V, Prophet-V, ARP 2600V, Mini V, CS-80V, Modular V, Wurlitzer-V, Analog Laboratory, and SPARK Vintage Drum Machines can each be purchased as software downloads for €99.00 EURO/$99.00 USD or boxed versions for €119.00 EURO/$129.00 USD from Arturia's Online Shop.
As always, updates are free for all registered users.
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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
dude163    Said...

wow!

06-Jul-12 03:27 PM


Tobias    Said...

Nice, but still waiting for 64bit support in Analog Factory.

06-Jul-12 04:01 PM


rezazel    Said...

Yep, I saw that coming. Now if spectrasonics could slash 50% of the omnisphere, I'll be really happy :-)

07-Jul-12 01:10 PM


asiohead    Said...

To bad 'Next Generation' applies to the box instead of the algorithms

09-Jul-12 02:22 AM


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