Arturia launches the V Collection 4
Arturia introduces the latest version of its V Collection instrument collection as well as a new license management system.
The V Collection 4 features 12 virtual synths and keyboards, including the brand new Vox Continental V, Solina V and Matrix 12V (more on these two in a separate news), as well as the Spark 2 drum machine.
You’ll find all the original features of the hardware devices as well as new features. such as modulation matrixes, new filter types, step sequencers and arpeggiators, additional effects and modulation sources, keyboard split and layer as well as a smart preset manager.
The collection includes more than 6000 keyboard sounds, 170 drum kits and 5500 patterns to cover all EDM and urban styles.
The V Collection 4 is available for $399 / 399 €, v3 owners can purchase an upgrade for the special price of $99 / 99€ until January 10, 2015. More info at www.arturia.com.
The other news is the introduction of the Arturia Software Center, designed to replace the USB dongle security system for license management. Similar to the Native Instruments’ Service Center, it allows you to manage purchased software and licenses in sync with your MyArturia account. Icing on the cake, you can sync up to 5 computers with the ASC.
You can download the Arturia Software Center for Mac OS X 10.7 and later and Windows 7 / 8 at www.arturia.com.
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