Celebrating the Synth Arp2600V and the 25 Years Since Violator

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Are you into the sounds of classic analog synthesizers?

Get the Arp2600V for 50% off in honor of the 25th anniversary of Depeche Modes classic album Violator which heavily featured the sounds of the original Arp 2600 Hardware Synth.

Details and the 50% off Deal are here

With its sound palette varying from heavy drum n’ bass stabs to angular arpeggiated electro bass lines, whatever your chosen genre, the 2600 is a truly versatile sound creation tool which still takes its place at the heart of today’s music.

Arturia is celebrating the keys behind the melodies, trailblazing keyboards that were central to outstanding albums.

Today we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the famous record Violator by Depeche Mode!

Discover the story of the album Violator and immerse into the sound of the ARP 2600, the pioneering synthesizer behind this melody!

Main Features of the Arturia Arp2600V

All the parameters of the original ARP 2600:
3 voltage-controlled oscillators
Osc2->Osc1 synchronization
24 dB/octave low pass resonant filter with self-oscillation
1 LFO (can be synchronized to the host sequencer’s tempo)
1 sample and hold, 1 ring modulator, 1 noise generator
1 ADSR & 1 AR envelope follower
ARP2500 multimode 12 dB/octave filter with LP, HP, BP and Notch settings
Original ARP Sequencer model 1601
4 exclusive tracking generators with real-time interactive LFO creation ability
Voltage processors can be used as inverters, mixers or lag processors
Onboard effects: chorus, MIDI-syncable stereo delay, reverb
Polyphony from 2 to 32 voices with Unison options
SoundMap: a revolutionary preset navigation/creation system
More than 500 presets from top sound designers
Absolutely pure, top quality sound from TAE analog modeling

The ARP 2600 is one of the finest analog synthesizers ever made. Celebrated by the most respected musicians since its release, it is capable of creating amazing sounds, and has been featured in many popular tunes from Herbie Hancock to Stevie Wonder. Its ease of use and stability compared to competing modular systems led to an extended production run and frequent use on tour. And though ARP closed their doors decades ago, its most iconic synth lives on in Arturia’s ARP 2600 V.

Get a free demo to check out the Arturia Arp2600v

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