ARTURIADX7 VFMThe DX7 V accurately models the FM digital synthesizer that became synonymous with the sound of the ‘80s. Our enhancements add more of everything to make the new DX7 V a sound for all time.
ARTURIABuchla Easel Vmodular synthesisThe Buchla Easel V is the first recreation of Don Buchla’s iconic instrument that helped define experimental West Coast modular synthesis in the early ‘70s. Our enhancements translate to vastly expanded possibilities for sound design and avant-garde music.
IK MULTIMEDIASYNTRONIKmodular synthesis22 powerful instruments recreating the sound of 44 legendary synthesizers and string machines
BRAINWORXBX_OBERHAUSENanalog modellingAn analog classic from the 70’s, Oberheim SEM.Modeled using our extensive experience with analog audio gear, the bx_oberhausen comes with full polyphony of up to 32 voices, Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) and a powerful set of effect modules.
ARTURIACS-80modular synthesisIn 1976 Yamaha introduced the CS-80, a synthesizer based on the same circuits as the venerable GX1. Though it cost much less, the price tag of the CS-80 ($6900) still put it out of the reach of most musicians. It was extremely heavy, too (183 lbs./83 Kgs with the stand), which made carting it around very difficult. But the features of this synthesizer made it immediately famous in the music industry, and it is remembered as the first great synthesizer from Japan. Once that rich sound was coupled with that much performance power, nothing from that era could touch it.
ARTURIAMELLOTRON VsamplesA refinement of Hal Chamberlin’s eponymous instrument, the Mellotron was the forbearer of the sampling technology that later revolutionized the way modern music is made. Debuting in 1963 long before digital, this electro-acoustic instrument played back analog tape recordings of single-note performances of real-world strings, brass, woodwinds, choirs and more—one tape, capstan and playback head per key. Depressing a key engaged that note’s dedicated mechanism to play back the corresponding pitched recording, while releasing the key caused the spring-loaded mechanism to retract the tape.
XILS LABPOLY Mmodular synthesisThe PolyM, inspired by the rare and beautiful sounding Moog Polymoog. The XILS PolyM offers two divided-down oscillators providing 71 voices; each one with two envelope generators, one filter, one VCA and Pulse Width Modulation.