Arturia releases version 5 of the V Collection
Arturia has released V Collection 5, an updated version of their V Collection bundle, now including five new instruments compared with version 4.
Arturia's V Collection 5 includes 17 plugin recreations of some of the legendary synths, organs, electric pianos (and more) that made music history. In addition to previous Arturia models that were already included in the previous version of the bundle, five new instruments are now included:
- Farfisa V combo organ
- Stage-73 V electric piano, based on a Frender Rhodes (featuring models of both the Stage and Suitcase versions)
- Synclavier V digital synthesizer/workstation, based on the original New England Digital model
- B-3 V Tonewheel organ, based on a Hammond B3
- Piano V, a collection including nine different pianos (featuring models of a Concert Grand, Intimate Grand, Pop Grand, Jazz Upright, Piano-bar Upright, Pop Upright, Classical Upright Glass Grand and finally Metal Grand)
While announced at a MSRP of €499, Arturia's V Collection 5 is currently available at the special launching price of €399 until June 30th, 2016. On a side note, the five new included models are also available separately at a MSRP of €199 each. More details at www.arturia.com.
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