Arturia V Collection 3 - Virtual Instrument Bundle

Arturia V Collection 3 - Virtual Instrument Bundle

Arturia V Collection 3 - Virtual Instrument Bundle

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Arturia V Collection 3 - Virtual Instrument Bundle

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  • 8 Legendary Synthesizer Emulations
  • 30 Classic Drum Machine Emulations
  • Synthesizer Workstation
  • Audio Units
  • RTAS
  • VST
  • Standalone
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows XP/Vista/7
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V Collection 3 from Arturia brings together the company's entire range of virtual instruments, eight emulations of legendary analog hardware that have defined the sound of modern electronic music. These include the mini V, Modular V, CS-80V, ARP2600 V, Prophet V and Prophet VS, Jupiter 8-V, Wurlitzer V and Oberheim SEM V. Complementing the synthesizers is Spark Vintage that includes recreations of thirty classic drum machines, including the TR-808, TR-909, LinnDrum, DrumTraks, and more.

Each synthesizer comes with more than 400 presets developed by a selection of the world's most talented sound designers. Also included is Analog Laboratory, a synthesizer workstation that offers 4,300 presets, 200 scenes, and the in-depth edition of each synthesizer. All the components of the collection function as 32-bit and 64-bit compatible VST, Audio Units, RTAS plug-ins, or in standalone mode.

Note: This item is a "15 Year DVD" and is not eligible for a V-Collection 4 upgrade.

  • Modular V 2.6 - Virtual Synthesizer

    Modular V 2.6 by Arturia is a software reproduction of a classic series of synthesizers. Because it's modular, the software instrument offers endless possibilities for synthesis, and further adds contemporary features like polyphony, MIDI control, loading and saving of patches, and more.

    TAE (True Analog Emulation), a technology developed by Arturia for enabling the digital reproduction of analog circuits, and brings with it several advantages. These include aliasing-free oscillators, at no extra CPU cost, and better reproduction of analog oscillators.

    Version 2.6 Features
    • Support for Pro Tools 9 & 10
    • Support for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
    • Support for 64-bit VST and Audio Unit
    • MIDI Control Assignment Improvement
    Main Features
    • All the parameters of the original Moog Modular - 9 oscillators, 2 LFOs, 3 filter slots, 1 noise generator, 6 envelopes, 2 VCAs
    • 16 auxiliary VCAs with modulation inputs
    • Very accurate reproduction of the legendary Moog 24dB low-pass filter
    • 24-step sequencer
    • Single filter bank (14 bandwidths available)
    • Single stereo delay and chorus
    • 12 stage phaser and ring modulator
    • More than 600 presets
    • Main stereo outputs
    • Mono/polyphonic with up to 64 voices per instrument
    • Soft clipping function
    • No aliasing from 0.1Hz to 16kHz
    • 64-bit floating point precision
    • Sampling rate up to 96kHz
    • Playable through a MIDI keyboard
    • Superb audio quality using Arturia's TAE engine
    • Can use NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number) MIDI messages for automation
    • Syncrosoft copy protection
  • mini V - Virtual Synthesizer

    In 1971, Bob Moog introduced the minimoog, the first compact, portable and affordable synthesizer. With its "fat" sound and unparalleled filters, the synthesizer quickly became known for its analog bass and lead sounds.

    Arturia has created the mini V, a faithful reproduction of the hardware. Offering all the features of the original, the software version also adds polyphony, MIDI management and presets.

    Behind the control panel are additional functions, including a modulation matrix, an arpeggiator and an independent LFO, as well as a stereo chorus and a delay.

    Using TAE, Arturia's proprietary technology for emulating analog circuits, the software offers sharp filters, aliasing-free oscillators and soft-clipping, which results in a convincing analog emulation
    More than 1,000 presets
    3 voltage-controlled oscillators (with 5 waveforms) and 1 LFO
    The 24 dB/oct filter, 1 noise generator, 2 ADS(R) envelopes and 1 VCA
    A modulation matrix offers up to 6 different connections (12 sources, 32 destinations)
    External audio input for processing audio through the software filters
  • ARP-2600 V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer

    The ARP2600 V 2.5 from Arturia is a software recreation of the ARP2600 analog synthesizer. It can be operated with or without patch cords since all of the functions are internally wired and can be controlled via sliders and switches.

    In addition to the ARP2600's original functions, this software version provides MIDI control, polyphony and the ability to save and recall presets. Additionally, four tracking generators add sound design possibilities that have never been heard before. Effects are also included to form an exciting virtual synthesizer.

    Version 2.5 Features
    • MIDI Control Assignment Improvement
    • Support for 64-bit VST and Audio Unit
    • Support for Pro Tools 9 & 10
    • Support for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
    Main Features
    • Recreation of the ARP2600 synthesizer
    • More than 400 presets playable through a MIDI keyboard
    • 3 voltage-controlled oscillators - the second oscillator can modulate either the first two oscillators or the filter
    • Low-pass resonant filter
    • ARP2500 multi-mode 12dB filter including the notch/low shell filter combination
    • 4 tracking generators
    • Ring modulator
    • LFO which can be synchronized with the tempo of the host sequencer
    • Sample and Hold
    • A tracker/interactive LFO exclusive module allows for creating different kinds of modulations in real time
    • Ability to synchronize oscillator 2 with oscillator 1
    • Original ARP 1601 sequencer
    • Chorus and stereo delay that can be synchronized to the host tempo
    • Updated voltage processors that can now be used as either inverters, mixers or lag processors
    • Polyphony from 2 to 32 voices with Unison possibilities
    • SoundMap preset navigation system
    • No aliasing from 0.1Hz to 16kHz
    • Up to 64-bit floating point processing
    • Can use NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number) MIDI messages for automation
    • eLicenser protection
  • Prophet V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer

    The Prophet V 2.5 from Arturia is a 3-part software instrument, including software models of the Prophet 5, Prophet VS, and a hybrid of the two. Using TAE (True Analog Emulation), a technology developed by Arturia, the company has replicated the sound of the original analog circuitry.

    The emulations have all features of the original hardware (5-voice polyphony, white noise modulators, dynamic waveform cross-fading with joystick, etc.). The Hybrid mode is both synthesizers stacked one on top of the other offering an entirely new world of possibilities.

    Version 2.5 Features
    • MIDI Control Assignment Improvement
    • Support for 64-bit VST and Audio Unit
    • Support for Pro Tools 9 & 10
    • Support for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
    Main Features
    • Software recreation of Prophet 5 and Prophet VS with the additional creation of a hybrid software synthesizer using both instruments
    • Includes all the original parameters of the Prophet 5 and Prophet VS
    • More than 400 presets and compatibility with the presets from the original synthesizers
    • Audio connection matrix
    • Modulation matrix switch for the two synthesizers
    • Two analog oscillators for the Prophet 5 and four wavetable oscillators for the Prophet VS
    • Mixer with joystick and automation envelope for mixing the oscillators of the Prophet VS
    • Ability to synchronize oscillator 2 with oscillator 1 for the Prophet VS
    • Resonant low-pass filter and multi-mode filters in the Prophet 5
    • Three LFO's that can be synchronized with the tempo of the host sequencer
    • Five envelopes that include two ADSR and three 5-point envelopes
    • Chorus and stereo delay with MIDI synchronization
    • Compatible with most MIDI keyboards
    • Polyphony from 2 to 32 voices with Unison possibilities
    • Sound MAP preset navigation system
    • No aliasing from 0.1Hz to 16kHz
    • Up to 64-bit floating point processing
    • Can use NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number) MIDI messages for automation
    • eLicenser software protection
  • CS-80V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer

    The CS-80V 2.5 from Arturia is a virtual reproduction of the legendary Yamaha CS-80 synthesizer. The CS-80V 2.5 offers all the features of the original synthesizer, plus some innovative new ones. A modulation matrix provides a choice of 12 sources and 38 destinations. Also new are a multi-timbral mode, an arpeggiator and a stereo delay. The plug-in comes loaded with more than 400 presets made by a selection of talented sound designers.

    Version 2.5 Features
    • MIDI Control Assignment Improvement
    • Support for 64-bit VST and Audio Unit
    • Support for Pro Tools 9 & 10
    • Support for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
    Main Features
    • All the original parameters of the Yamaha CS-80 - 2 oscillators, 4 filters (high-pass, low-pass), 2 LFOs, 4 envelopes, 2 VCAs, sub-oscillator (LFO), ring modulator, chorus and tremolo
    • More than 400 presets playable through a MIDI keyboard
    • Multi Mode allows for assigning a different sound to each of the 8 voices of polyphony
    • Delay effect
    • Modulation Matrix with 12 sources to modulate a choice of 38 destination parameters
    • Responds to polyphonic aftertouch
    • Arpeggiator
    • Expression and sustain pedals
    • Ribbon controller
    • SoundMap preset navigation system
    • Sampling rate up to 96kHz
    • No aliasing from 0.1Hz to 16kHz
    • Up to 64-bit floating point processing
    • Can use NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number) MIDI messages for automation
    • Syncrosoft copy protection
  • Jupiter-8V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer

    The Jupiter-8V 2.5 from Arturia is a recreation of the Roland Jupiter 8 hardware synthesizer keyboard in a virtual instrument.

    Using the latest version of TAE (True Analog Emulation), the company's proprietary technology, the Jupiter-8V also offers a host of modern features. These include an advanced step sequencer, a new line of dynamic effects, a module combining LFO's (called Galaxy), and more.

    Version 2.0 Features
    • Support for 64-bit VST and Audio Unit
    • Support for Pro Tools 9 & 10
    • Support for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
    • MIDI Control Assignment Improvement
    Main Features
    • Recreation of Roland's Jupiter 8 synthesizer
    • More than 400 high quality and innovative sounding presets
    • Unique audio structure consisting of 2 oscillators per voice (16 oscillators in total), 2 LFO's, 2 filters and 2 envelopes
    • Keyboard split and layer
    • Analog sounding effects include dual delay, phaser and flanger, with all 3 being largely modulate-able by any audio source in the synthesizer
    • 2 digital effects, X and Y
    • Additional live-oriented step-sequencer
    • Additional Galaxy module for advanced modulations
    • Easy to setup MIDI keyboard control with just a few mouse clicks
    • Polyphony from 2 to 32 voices with Unison possibilities
    • Sound MAP preset navigation system
    • Can use NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Number) MIDI messages for automation
    • eLicenser software protection
  • Oberheim SEM V - Virtual Instrument

    The Oberheim SEM V from Arturia is a faithful recreation of Oberheim's legendary SEM (Synthesizer Expander Module) that was, and is, coveted for its "fatness" and unique harmonic spectrum. Utilizing the company's TAE technology, all of the original features have been reproduced, while several additional features not found on the original have been added.

    The virtual instrument can function in standalone mode, or as a plug-in available in most popular formats. Over 500 presets are presented that have been crafted by many of the famous names in analog synthesis.

    All the original parameters of the Oberheim SEM
    Two oscillators, each offering a sawtooth wave and variable-width pulse wave with PWM, sine wave LFO, 12 dB/octave multi-mode low-, high-, band-pass and notch filter, and two ADS envelope generators
    SEM V interface duplicates the behavior of the dual-concentric knobs for coarse and fine-tuning, with the last parameter being easily accessible via right-clicking
    Response of the ADS envelopes is accurately reproduced, as well as the VCF Mixer, modulation knobs and switches
    Added functionalities include an additional LFO with sine, sawtooth and square waves for more complex modulations, a white noise generator, a sub oscillator, onboard effects (overdrive, chorus, and delay), an arpeggiator and portamento, polyphony and eight-part multi-timbral functioning
    Polyphony parameter to limit the polyphony of the plug-in
    Eight-Voice Programmer module for editing seven additional virtual SEM voices
    "Forward Retrigg" mode for the Eight-Voice Programmer for easy use of sequences with the arpeggiator
    "Reassign" mode for the Eight-Voice Programmer (as in the original, the SEM V will first use the boards that are not gated in its voice assignment)
    Advanced keyboard follow module allows for drawing modulation curves on the fly with the ability to map up to six parameters of choice
    Modulation matrix module offering eight simultaneous modulations which can be set between eight different sources and more than twenty-five destinations
    Faster preset management
    Factory presets from Ian Boddy, Erik Norlander, Richard Courtel, Kevin Lamb, and Drew Newmann
    Sustain pedal active on all systems
    Improved performances on all DAWs, notably Logic and Pro Tools
  • Wurlitzer V - Virtual Instrument

    The Wurlitzer V from Arturia is a software recreation of the classic Wurlitzer 200A electric piano using physical modeling. Unlike sample libraries that produce static snapshots of individual events, the virtual instrument reproduces the acoustic properties of the reeds and hammers, key action and amplification, the internal amplification system, and even the acoustic properties of the plastic body, bringing heightened realism while offering maximum flexibility.

    The legendary bright and overdriven Wurlitzer sound heard on countless classic records came from the use of boutique effects and mic'd guitar tube amplifiers. To add authenticity to the sound of the software, the company added a modeled studio environment that includes the same amplifiers, microphones and effects. And to allow the musician to easily interact with the sound, the user interface features "in-depth" parameter controls right on the main panel.

    These parameters allow for extensive sound design capabilities, not only offering an accurate recreation of the legendary Wurlitzer keyboards, but are also ideal for extreme sound-design. Additionally, "harmonic variations" presets can be selected which call up different profiles depending on the reed's quality and the accentuated natural harmonics. This allows for instantaneously dramatic changes in the sound of the instrument.

    The software side-steps the nightmare of tuning the reeds manually while providing an intuitive way of mapping a user's favorite MIDI controller. Automatic learning makes assigning a control easy - simply click on a software control in MIDI mode, and then move the slider or knob on the hardware controller to assign it to the software interface.

    Physical modeling of the classic Wurlitzer 200A Electric Piano
    Advanced parameters to allow in-depth control over user's sound design
    Includes eleven classic stompbox-type modeled effects
    Four guitar tube amps and a rotary speaker modeling for vintage live sound
    Extensive MIDI mapping of pedals, effects and sound engine parameters
    Modeled Amplifiers
    • Fender Deluxe Reverb Blackface
    • Fender Twin Reverb Blackface
    • Fender Bassman
    • Marshall Plexi
    • Leslie Speaker

     

    Modeled Microphones

    • Shure SM57
    • Sennheiser MD 421
    • Neumann U 87

     

    Modeled Effects

    • Wah wah pedal
    • Autowah
    • Overdrive
    • Flanger
    • Compressor
    • Phaser
    • Chorus
    • Delay
    • Pitch Shifter / Chorus
    • Vocal Filter
    • Reverb

     

  • SPARK Vintage - Virtual Drum Machine

    SPARK Vintage from Arturia is a virtual drum instrument that features thirty legendary drum machines from the 60's, 70's and 80's. The virtual instrument is not a typical sample player, rather mixes samples and virtual analog synthesis (based on TAE) to capture the unique sounds of the original hardware. From the percussion sounds of the Roland CR-78 and Korg Mini Pops 7, to the punch of the TR-series, all the models are accessible in a single easy-to-use interface.

    The software instrument features a 16-step sequencer inspired by the original TR-series drum machines, with pattern length expandable to 32, 48 and 64 steps. Additionally, the eight drum pads can be mapped to a MIDI keyboard for manual event-entry, as can the instrument's key knobs and pads for hands-on control of the interface. Also included is a dedicated mixer with sixteen stereo outputs that can be easily routed to independent DAW tracks. Fourteen audio effects help refine a drum mix.

    Ideal for live performance, an X/Y Pad offers real-time filtering and slicing, to quickly generate breaks. It features three types of filters (low-, high-, and band-pass), repeat, repeat mix, bit crusher, reverse, tape, strobe and pan. An advanced Looper allows for dividing the loop size while simultaneously moving the loop points. This feature allows for stutter dynamics, and combined with the use of the X/Y Pad even more live effects can be generated.

    Patterns can be exported in WAV and MIDI formats directly into a DAW via drag and drop. This becomes handy when working with loops and there is a need to quickly hear an idea in the context of a full production.

    • Thirty legendary drum machines
    • Easy workflow using a single user interface
    • XY Pad, Beat Looper, Slicer, real-time automation on all parameters makes for a versatile live performance instrument
    • Fourteen effects include a multiband compressor, reverb, bit crusher, multiband EQ, chorus, delay, distortion, phaser, plate reverb, destroyer, flanger, space pan, limiter, and sub generator
    • Step sequencer for easy track creation
    • Sixteen independent audio outputs
    • MIDI I/O
    • More than 1,300 pre-programmed patterns
    • Emulations created using virtual analog synthesis (TAE) and high resolution sampling
    • TAE Based Drum Engines:
    • Roland CR-78
    • Roland TR-808
    • Roland TR-606
    • Korg Mini Pops 7
    • Korg KPR-77
    • Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-2L
    • MR-10
    • Rhythm King MKII
    • Boss DR-55
    • Casio VL Tone and SK-1
    • Simmons SDS V
    • Phatwerk
    • Micromatix

    • Sample Based and Hybrid Engines:
    • EMU SP 12
    • Roland TR-909
    • Roland TR-707
    • Roland TR-727
    • Roland TR-626
    • Roland R8
    • EMU Drumulator
    • Oberheim DMX
    • Sequential Circuits Drumtrax
    • Kawai R-100, LinnDrum
    • Linn 9000
    • Casio RZ1
    • Yamaha RX5
    • Pulsator
    • Dirty-909
  • Analog Laboratory - The Synthesizer Workstation

    Analog Laboratory from Arturia is a software synthesizer that offers 4,300 classic synthesizer sounds from the company's vintage analog recreations - Minimoog, Prophet V, CS-80, Jupiter-8, ARP, Prophet VS and Moog Modular. Additionally, the software allows for opening in a separate window any Arturia Classic Synth plug-in for in-depth editing. When finished, your customized preset can be saved inside Analog Laboratory.

    The software features 200 scenes organized by genres, including drum loops, advanced arpeggiated melodies with the ability to allocate sounds to different parts of a MIDI keyboard. The 'Scene' Mode allows for combining two synthesizer sounds on the MIDI keyboard in either split, layer, or multi configuration. Included is a library of 275 melodies organized by genres and drum loops that can be triggered Trigger from the software pads or external triggers thanks to a library of 330 premium REX files created by ThaLoops.

    Includes 4,300 synthesizer sounds selected from the Arturia Classic Synths - Minimoog V, Moog Modular V, CS-80V, ARP 2600 V, Prophet V, Prophet VS and Jupiter-8V
    Fast filter the presets to your requirements - by instrument (Minimoog, CS-80, ARP 2500, etc.,) by type (bass, pads, leads, etc.,) and by characteristics (hard, soft, complex, simple, short, long, etc.)
    In-depth preset editing available for the owners of the Arturia Classic Synthesizers
    Edit your sounds on the original instruments within Analog Laboratory
    200 Scenes organized by musical genres offering complete live sets, including assigning sounds to pads, splitting sounds over the keyboard, and an advanced arpeggiator
    Easy editing with a complete array of parameters for tweaking sounds
    Easy MIDI learn assignment to any MIDI keyboard controller
    Works as standalone or as a plug-in within your main sequencer
  • Modular V 2.6 - Virtual Synthesizer
    System Requirements
    Mac 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended) Intel only
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS or VST formats
    PC 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended)
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports RTAS or VST formats
  • mini V - Virtual Synthesizer
    System Requirements
    Mac 2 GHz Intel only CPU
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1 GB RAM
    For use as a plug-in, host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS or VST formats
    PC 2 GHz CPU
    Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
    1 GB RAM
    For use as a plug-in, host application that supports RTAS or VST formats
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.1 x 7.9 x 2.8"
  • ARP-2600 V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer
    System Requirements
    Mac 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended) Intel only
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS or VST formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
    PC 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended)
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports RTAS or VST formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
  • Prophet V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer
    System Requirements
    Mac 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended) Intel only
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
    PC 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended)
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.1 x 7.9 x 2.9"
  • CS-80V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer
    System Requirements
    Mac 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended) Intel only
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
    PC 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended)
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.1 x 6.5 x 2.1"
  • Jupiter-8V 2.5 - Virtual Synthesizer
    System Requirements
    Mac 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended)Intel only
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
    PC 2GHz CPU (multi-core recommended)
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host application that supports RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 and 64-bit operation
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.1 x 7.9 x 2.8"
  • Oberheim SEM V - Virtual Instrument
    System Requirements Mac:
    2 GHz processor (Intel only)
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1 GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host software that supports Audio Units (32- and 64-bit), RTAS, or VST 2.4 and VST 3 (32- and 64-bit) formats

    PC:
    2 GHz processor
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
    1 GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host software that supports RTAS, or VST 2.4 and VST 3 (32- and 64-bit) formats
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.2 x 6.4 x 2.1"
  • Wurlitzer V - Virtual Instrument
    System Requirements Mac:
    2 GHz processor (Intel only)
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1 GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host software that supports Audio Units (32- and 64-bit), RTAS, or VST 2.4 and VST 3 (32- and 64-bit) formats

    PC:
    2 GHz processor
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
    1 GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host software that supports RTAS, or VST 2.4 and VST 3 (32- and 64-bit) formats
  • SPARK Vintage - Virtual Drum Machine
    System Requirements Mac:
    2 GHz processor (Intel only)
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    2 GB RAM
    2 GB free hard drive space
    For plug-in use, host software that supports Audio Units, RTAS, or VST formats

    PC:
    2 GHz processor
    Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    2 GB RAM
    2 GB free hard drive space
    For plug-in use, host software that supports RTAS, or VST formats
  • Analog Laboratory - The Synthesizer Workstation
    System Requirements Mac:
    2GHz processor (multiple cores recommended)
    OS X 10.5 or higher
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host software that supports Audio Units, RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 or 64-bit operation

    PC
    2GHz processor (multiple cores recommended)
    Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
    1GB RAM
    For plug-in use, host software that supports RTAS, VST or VST3 formats
    Supports 32 or 64-bit operation

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