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LinnStrument - an expressive MIDI controller with polyphonic 3D touch sensing. People are starting to understand how limiting it is to play music with on/off. MIDI is a venerable protocol (dating back to ) that is used to to have a controller, such as a piano-style keyboard, send Note On and Note many manufacturers have started to us a three-conductor mm plug and jack with an adapter. The ultimate synth, organ, piano, and performance keyboard anthology. What started as a challenge to mimic the System 55 along with Robert Moog became an sculptures, a classic synth, piano, or keyboard never goes out of date.
Put the sound of a legendary German concert grand in your tracks, or use a contemporary Japanese model to add some bite.
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Mini V B-3 V How does it work? Simply register your product on the Arturia website.
Install it, and get set to create musical magic. No external synth or effects have been used in the track. Chord mode have been used on the pad track. All instruments and sounds come from Analog Lab and Piano V2.
Utopia Lily Jordy Utopia: This soul-infused groove uses the Chord function of the Keylab mkII for its main keys and strings. All instruments and sounds come from Analog Lab. By using any one of the 10 User maps, you can personalize the response of practically all the buttons, knobs, faders, keys, pads, and pedal inputs on KeyLab MkII, giving you ultimate control of your DAW, effects, instruments, and outboard gear.
To cut out the guesswork, KeyLab MkII also comes with 10 magnetic overlays for the DAW Commands section, giving you at-a-glance information on what each button does in your favorite recording software.
Performance controls Multi-purpose dynamic, back-lit pads also let you select your favorite mapping options or trigger chords and chord memories. Performance controls Bend your notes, modulate your sounds and transpose your keyboard by semitones or full octaves. While being careful to stay true to the original, unique sound of each keyboard, each instrument benefits from new features and enhancements that are only possible through software.
Want to turn that classic monosynth into a polysynth? Wish there were more oscillator voices, or an extra LFO to play with? Would that organ sound better through a nice guitar amp and some effects?
We are the fans, and we made it happen. In addition you can edit each sound in-depth from within Analog Lab should you own the original software instrument. Analog Lab is your one stop shop for ultimate keyboard creativity. Simply click tags to filter your extensive sound library by Types, Characteristics, Instruments and more.
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- KeyLab MkII
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Just click that combination of tags to get a short list from the across the entire library—or limited to just the virtual instruments you select. Click to designate your favorites for instant recall later. Use Playlists to line up just the sounds you need for gigs or sessions, then access or step through them with MIDI program change mapped to your preferred buttons or pedal.
Split, layer and add effects The Multi feature lets you simply drag and drop to combine any two of your favorite presets into splits and layers, with complete control over how each performs. You also get a complete array of 17 classic effects that take these already incredible sounds beyond the call of duty—everything from standards like chorus, delay, reverb and overdrive to exotics like bit crunching and vocal filters.
You can even add different amounts of discrete effects to the two instruments in your Multi patches to add a whole new dimension to your sound. Of course, all your Multi and effects settings are saved right with your patches for instant recall.
Already set up for your favorite hardware Analog Lab presets surface the most common controls you might want to get your hands on to tweak your sound or control live—like the drawbars on a B-3 V or the filter controls of a Matrix V. With Multi patches, you even get macro control so that a single controller can affect parameters on two different patches at once.
The MIDI Learn feature makes it as simple as click-and-touch to assign any hardware controller to any surfaced parameter in an Analog Lab patch for total expression. Take your favorite sound further Once you find that perfect sound in Analog Lab, you might want to start exploring more parameters and diving a little deeper into what makes that sound so special.
One of the most amazing features of Analog Lab is that, as a V Collection owner, you can choose to open up an Analog Lab preset in its native virtual instrument. Analog Lab 3 is truly the ultimate creativity launchpad.
Featuring the best sounds from the entire V Collection under one roof, there has never been a more powerful, complete keyboard solution. If you prefer to play rather than experiment, Analog Lab 3 is everything you could dream of.
If you discover a sound and want to dive a little deeper, you can open the full V Collection instrument at the touch of a button. No matter the genre you play or listen to, the instruments featured in V Collection instruments will have helped form it. From rock to psychedelic pop, industrial to jazz, hip hop to electronica, our labour of love gives you the momentus, defining sounds that shaped the course of popular music for over a century.
Perfect for exploring alternative sound design, creating ambient, widescreen textures, and unfamiliar sequences.
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Modular V The Modular system started the entire electronic music revolution, and is still one of the most powerful and huge-sounding synths ever. While largely used for diatonic music, its patch-cord based interface yielded complete sonic and creative flexibility. We collaborated with Bob Moog to update this behemoth with programmable presets, polyphony, nine VCOs, three VCFs and rare original modules like the Bode frequency shifter. Matrix V One of the finest analog poly synths ever made, the Matrix featured the big brassy Oberheim sound, unparalleled matrix modulation, and unprecedented mode filters.
Each of the 12 voices could have its own sound assigned to any MIDI channel and key range, making for massive layered textures and complex splits. Distinguishing features included switchable 2- and 4-pole filters, hi-pass filters, VCO sync, and an arpeggiator. Its semi-modular design featured normalized connections you can override with a patch cord, making it a great tool for learning and exploring synthesis.