Black Friday is almost upon us and Arturia are one of the first out of the blocks with a big sale for musicians and producers:
To make sure no one misses out on this amazing deal, Arturia will run their Black Friday promotion from November 15th to December 5th, 2018.
This promotion follows Arturia’s “best price guarantee” policy, ensuring that customers receive the best offer available, which will never be beaten by future promotions.
V Collection is Arturia’s flagship compendium of 21 software emulations of legendary iconic synths and keyboards using their exclusive TAE® and Phi modelling technologies. Perfectly recreating the sound and features of iconic instruments that shaped the sound of popular music for over a century. Arturia’s skilled developers then use their award-winning knowhow to introduce new features impossible with the original hardware. A classic 70s monosynth can be transformed into a polysynth at the touch of a button; the cabinetry of a German classic grand piano can be turned to glass; a complex modulation matrix can add almost infinite possibilities to a seamingly simple instrument. All this, with world-class interfaces, amazing integration, and drop-dead gorgeous GUIs.
Users upgrading to V Collection 6 will enjoy 4 new software titles: Synclavier V, DX7 V, Clavinet V, and Buchla Easel V, as well as many other workflow improvements.
V Collection was recently updated to version 6.2, which included a massive overhaul of Synclavier V, introducing resynthesis and sampling capabilities, refining KeyLab integration, and improving stability to ensure the best experience ever.
All instruments have 4K resolution resizable interfaces, use Arturia’s TAE® technology for the best audio results, and are all NKS compatible.
This amazing offer is available at retailers and web stores worldwide, and through the official Arturia site.
To find out more about Arturia V Collection, Arturia’s Black Friday deal, or to learn more about the individual instruments found within V Collection 6, visit the Arturia website.
And here's full video courses on select instruments from Arturia's V Collection: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=category/audio/application/arturiav