The new free 3.0 update for Arturia's popular MicroFreak synthesizer adds new oscillator modes and plenty of punchy new sonic and workflow enhancements in collaboration with Noise Engineering.
From accurate, analog recreations to delightful digital machines and hybrid hardware units that push the sonic boundaries, 2020 has seen some excellent new hardware synths released.
2020 saw a heavy focus on classic synth recreations, scoring collections and ever more advanced instrument designs. Here’s 9 of the best…
Providing incredible sequencing features for keyboard players the KeyStep Pro does a great job on many levels. In this video we outline 10 of our favorite KeyStep Pro features.
From irresistible Mellotron V retro flutters to nostalgic digital grit of Emulator II V, these virtual instruments combine unrivalled sonic authenticity with advanced features beyond the originals.
It seems almost everyone in the synth community has had their say about the recent Behringer Swing vs Arturia KeyStep furore except Behringer themselves... until now!
When Behringer announced the imminent release of Swing, a MIDI controller and sequencer that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Arturia Keystep, heated discussions ensued.
As mobile devices like laptops, phones and iPads get ever more powerful, here are five great additions to your music-making setup.
Fusing the raw power of Brute oscillators with digital Matrix precision, 3D Morphée performance touchpad, and pristine stereo effects, PolyBrute heralds a new era of polyphony coming in November 2020.
Arturia are thrilled to unveil the latest addition to the Step range, alongside KeyStep and KeyStep Pro: introducing KeyStep 37, now available to order.
Continuing their tradition of creating virtual models of hardware effects, Arturia have released a trifecta of modulation fx. Is this holy trinity of modulation fx something you will actually use?
Sing alongside glistening digital textures. Add paraphonic harmonies to external sound sources. Scatter spoken word across modulated sequences. This is the uniquely unpredictable MicroFreak Vocoder.
Sometimes it can feel like your MIDI controller is an integral part of the furniture. Now it literally can be thanks to the new stylish and ergonomic wooden legs for the Arturia KeyLab 88 MKII.
French music hardware and software developers release an exclusive in-store Sound Explorers box set. This collector’s item celebrates 20 years of innovative sound design and product innovation.
Ultimate Patches are back with more sound patches, this time for the Arturia MicroFreak!