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Arturia MicroFreak Overview & Demo

Arturia MicroFreak: Overview & Demo

Earlier this year, Arturia announced the MicroFreak – a Paraphonic Hybrid synthesiser featuring a digital oscillator, an analogue filter with a touch capacitive keyboard, reminiscent of the Don Buchla Music Easel. The MicroFreak’s digital oscillator is the heart and soul of this synth and features

Arthur Fussy Releases New Sounds for The Arturia Matrixbrute

New Sounds for the Arturia Matrixbrute by Arthur Fussy

For those of you who are looking for inspiration and new sound textures for their Arturia Matrixbrute synthesiser, independent Austrian Sound designer Arthur Fussy has programmed and released a new Vol 1 Soundpack for this innovative synth, featuring 32 presets of ‘Classic & Experimental stuff,

Meet Arturia’s 3 Compressors You’ll Actually Use

Continuing Arturia’s theme of software bundles ‘you’ll actually use’ – Arturia have released 3 iconic compressor emulations using their exclusive TAE modelling technology, which brings rare hardware compressors into the digital domain, making them accessible to a whole new generation of music producers.   The French company has global clout for

April Fools Gag Round-Up

April Fools has become a big thing for music gear manufacturers and punters, and why not? Music is supposed to be fun after all. Here are a few of our favourites that popped up this week. Korg Volcassette A Volca sized cassette player and recorder?

Arturia Have Made Pigments Available Under a Rent-to-Own Scheme

Saving for gear and software sucks, nobody likes the waiting game. So it’s very welcome news that Arturia’s latest software synthesiser Pigments, is now available to purchase via Splice‘s rent-to-own payment plan. We’ve seen a number of manufacturers dipping their toes in this service, Pigments

Review: Arturia Synclavier V 2 Software Synthesiser

The Synclavier, produced by New England Digital in various incarnations from the ’70s through to the early ’90s, was a synthesiser with incredibly vast ambitions. Alongside the Aussie designed CMI Fairlight Sampler, it channeled developments in the earliest computers  into digital sound design. Initially starting