Arturia and its vintage synthesiser emulators

As the technology evolved and computational power become more efficient, it has spread all over in every nook and corner. This did not forget to permeate the music industry. There was a time when hardware musical instruments were the primary medium, so people had to purchase one of them since they did not have any choice when they wanted to produce music.

To learn more about the epoch and the way it was changed by Arturia, keep on reading this article!

The evolvement of Arturia

Things have changed a lot and with the ever growing technology, making it easier to get access to various stuff from the comfort of our home. With this, the music industry became a lot more introverted comparing to the way it used to be. People now can teach themselves online and educate themselves enough to be anything they want. This in turn, produced lot of musicians and producers over time than during any other period.

A lot of these producers/musicians, albeit possessing hardware gears, use more software than any other hardware system. Now it is easier to fiddle with various kinds of sounds produced by different instruments than it was during any other time of the history in the form of software than hardware. With this in mind, many software manufacturers that totally support and accommodate the whole music industry came to life. Namely, few left a remark and one of them is Arturia.

Arturia’s collection of synthesisers

Arturia is a French company developing fantastic hardware- and software-based musical instruments that resonate with almost every producer and musician out there. What is so notable and ground-breaking is that this company did something in a subsequent manner that made them stand out from the crowd. Arturia took initiative to bring the all-time, iconic synthesizers from the history into software with resembling the sound, the closest possible points of the oscilloscope and to the ear of course! They released a series of synthesizers in a pack named ‘Arturia V collection’. These package contains synthesizers like Minimoog Model D, Moog Modular, Prophet V, Roland Jupiter 8 and more surprising synthesizers. What was even more fascinating was the fact they managed to develop one of the most underrated synthesizer, Buchla Easel and they brought a sleek software version Easel.

The Arturia’s approach to design

Arturia has paid great attention to the reproduction all the initial design of the vintage synthesisers making them as close to the originals as possible. Still, this company has also extended the functionality of these musical instruments adding to the some features which had not been there before. This allows musicians to create their works with both the classic approach of these synthesisers and also combine it with the possibilities offered by modern technology. This together creates very interesting effects.