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Arturia announced that Analog Laboratory is now shipping.

 

Analog Laboratory is a software synthesizer solution. It offers 3500 classic synthesizer sounds with an interface to tweak them as well as the ability to edit each of them in the original synthesizer.

 

Main Features:

  • 3500 synthesizer sounds selected from the Arturia Classic Synths (minimoog-V, Moog modular V, CS-80V, Prophet-V, ARP2600 V and Jupiter-8V).
  • Full screen preset editing  (for owners of Arturia Classic Analog recreations only): Analog Laboratory allows opening any other Arturia Classic Synth plugin for in depth patch edition in a separate window. It is also possible to assign any of the 4 key parameters of the Laboratory to one knob of choice inside the favourite software synthesizer.
  • Scene mode: It allows to:

-  Combine 2 synthesizer sounds over a MIDI keyboard in either split, layer or multi
configuration.
-  Assign melodic phrases based on advanced arpeggiation thanks to the library of 200
melodies organized by genres. 
-  Trigger Drum loops from the pads thanks to a library of 350 Rex files.

  • Organize Presets view by Name, Instrument, Type, CPU usage, Favorites, or User Preset.
  • Fast filter the presets to meet requirements: by Instrument, Type and Characteristics
  • TAE powered sounds with unparalleled audio quality.
  • Midi Learn Controllers: 1 clickable encoder, 10 encoders, 8 sliders, 11 switches, 1 modulation wheel, 1 pitch bend wheel.

 

Pricing & Availability

MSRP: $299/Eur269

 

Introductory Offer: The first 1000 units are sold at discount price. You can buy Analog Laboratory for the price of Analog Factory. Instead of $299/Eur269, pay $249/Eur229.

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