Arturia ARP 2600 V
Jun 20th, 2020, 12:55
The ARP 2600 is one of the most iconic analog synthesizers from the classic era of analog synths -- along with the Minimoog it was one of the top two synths, and has been heard on countless recordings over the years. Arturia has taken on the mission of modeling the classic analog synths, and their ARP 2600 V is a faithful recreation of this versatile and iconic synth, right down to the virtual patch cables. The semi-modular 2600 is a pretty deep instrument, and Rishabh Rajan's latest course "Arturia ARP 2600 V Explored" covers the ins & outs of this top-notch emulation of the original hardware. The course starts off with an overview of various modules and the combination of pre-wired and patchable routing of the synth. There's detailed coverage of the oscillator section (VCO 1, 2, 3, oscillator sync), the Filter, the Envelopes, effects, and mixer, with numerous patching examples. You also get a look at the sequencer, the LFO section, the Global section, and a lot more. Anyone looking to master Arturia's virtual reproduction of one of the all-time greatest synthesizers will want to delve into Rishabh's course -- you'll be dialing up classic analog synths sounds and effects in no time..