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Arturia Oberheim SEM V Review

Arturia has been launching a myriad of products since early 2012. Among the new products you'll find an Oberheim SEM emulation with new custom features. Let's have a look at the beast... Read more…
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  • mmarkusmmarkus

    An excellent re-creation Arturia

    Arturia Oberheim SEM VPublished on 04/13/14 at 15:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No setup problem with monitoring Arturia everything starts up. The licensing system by the fact that E-LICENSE.

    no worries or inconsistency. Only on sequencer too old to recognize the new plug-ins

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I have a quad-core PC with I5 3.3 Gz and 8 Mega Ram, again no problem, if there is a manual I do not use the parameters often speak for themselves.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few months.

    The bleuffante Tone quality and it is a real pleasure, especially given that at least 500 presets covering all genres, created by artists as sound designer exceptions.

    Of course this is a copy of an analog machine behind which limits the sounds in this are…
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    No setup problem with monitoring Arturia everything starts up. The licensing system by the fact that E-LICENSE.

    no worries or inconsistency. Only on sequencer too old to recognize the new plug-ins

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I have a quad-core PC with I5 3.3 Gz and 8 Mega Ram, again no problem, if there is a manual I do not use the parameters often speak for themselves.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few months.

    The bleuffante Tone quality and it is a real pleasure, especially given that at least 500 presets covering all genres, created by artists as sound designer exceptions.

    Of course this is a copy of an analog machine behind which limits the sounds in this area if it can be called that-limits.

    In any case he excels in all these roughened or deep sonoritées, beautiful well pads and strings which is new for a machine with two voices at the origin. special effects are particularly telling.

    For a relatively accessible sommme a fraction of the price of the original, you get here a convincing and well-virtual copy, plus goodies like sections of effects, sequencer and a modulation matrix powerful.
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