Arturia Updates Classic Synths

US ARP 2600, CS-80, minimoog V, Moog Modular and Prophet V all get a faster UI and more      17/02/12

Arturia Updates Classic Synths


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Arturia has announced the release of 5 free updates for their software synths : ARP 2600 V 2.5.1, CS-80 V 2.5.1, minimoog V 2.5.1, Moog Modular V 2.6.1, and Prophet V 2.5.1.
New versions come with enhanced performances in Analog Laboratory, faster User Interface and better export of preset banks.
A particular attention has been given to the Moog emulations. The minimoog V now sports multiple MIDI port input, new MIDI control for switches and a brand new toolbar. Moog Modular V features better window resizing in Pro Tools (Mac OS X).
Main Features:
  • All updates (ARP 2600 V 2.5.1, CS-80 V 2.5.1, minimoog V 2.5.1, Moog Modular V 2.6.1, Prophet-V 2.5.1):
    • Compatibility with Analog Laboratory (for full plug-in editing mode on Mac OS X)
    • More responsive UI (Mac OS X)
    • Preset bank export issue fixed (Windows)
  • CS-80 V 2.5.1:
    • Compatibility of Logic projects using version 2.0
  • Minimoog V 2.5.1 :
    • Multiple MIDI port input
    • MIDI control for switches possible again
    • Toolbar look harmonization respective with other plug-ins
    • Renaming of 64-bit DLL (Windows)
  • Moog Modular V 2.6.1 :
    • Better handling of window resizing on Pro Tools (Mac OS X)
    • Renaming of 64-bit DLL (Windows)
Pricing and Availability:
All updates are free for registered owners. More information:

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