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Origin firmware Update 1.3 Available December 1st

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The Origin 1.3 firmware embeds the new Jupiter 8 template which recreates the voice architecture and design of this analog synthesizer.

Synthesists will also be able to create their own Jupiter 8 patches via front panel sliders, knobs and buttons, just like the original. The classic features like cross-mod, oscillator sync, arpeggiator are also on-board.

 

User Interface enhancements:

 

  • In a number of dialogs you can now navigate between the controls and change their value without pre-selecting them.
  • Possibility to select the slot preset to load using the keypad + the edit switch. Previously it was necessary to use the browser to load a slot preset.
  • A new layout of the dialog makes easier the configuration of the “live” macros.
  • The user can now define a set of favorite presets and navigate thru them with the Preset Browser or with the +/- keys
  • A clear feedback – using speaker icons – of the mute state of a Voice output on the FxMixer page, of the slot output on the Multi page and on the program icon in the preset bar
  • Possibility to set 2 or more MULTI slots in the hold state in a single action by keeping their “Edit” switches pressed when “Hold” is set ON (or OFF).

To view all enhancements visit Arturia.

 

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