Arturia Farfisa V - Virtual Instrument (Download)

Arturia Farfisa V - Virtual Instrument (Download)

Arturia Farfisa V - Virtual Instrument (Download)

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Arturia Farfisa V - Virtual Instrument (Download)

Arturia Farfisa V - Virtual Instrument (Download)

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  • Dual-Manual Farfisa Compact Deluxe
  • Upper/Lower Manual & Bass Pedal Sections
  • Percussion Section
  • Guitar Amplifier Simulator Output
  • Sync and Repeat Sync
  • Individual Voice Tuning
  • Standalone
  • AAX Native, Audio Units, VST 2.4/3, NKS
  • Mac, Windows
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The Farfisa V from Arturia physically models the unique characteristics of the Farfisa Compact Deluxe and Duo combo organs that helped define the Top 40 sounds of the '60s. An array of included effects pedals provides the tools to customize the sounds, while the 140+ presets from top sound designers assure authenticity.

Physical modeling of the dual-manual Farfisa Compact Deluxe plus pedals
Upper manual, lower manual, and bass pedal sections
Selectable bass key range to cover one or two octaves
Bass sharp/soft control to change tone of bass section from Flute to Strings
Percussion section with adjustable decay times
Includes classic stompbox-type modeled effects
Simple drag-and-drop to change effects order
Guitar amplifier simulator output for vintage live sound
Convolution reverb with custom classic spring reverbs
Sync - allows tremolo to match host computer tempo
Repeat Sync - allows Repeater to match host computer tempo
Individual voice tuning
ToneDraw - additive/wave draw sliders
Selectable bass waveform with 4-pole resonant filter
User waveform with additive synthesis and wavedrawing modes
Upper attack and release envelopes
"Knee lever" for tone/wah control via expression pedal, mod wheel, or aftertouch
Polyphonic or paraphonic operation
Supports MIDI splits or independent zones
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Arturia 210519DOWN specs

System Requirements Mac
2 GHz CPU
OS X 10.8 or later
4 GB RAM
1 GB free hard disk space
OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU
For plug-in use, host software that supports AAX Native, Audio Units, VST2.4, VST3, or NKS formats

Windows
2 GHz CPU
Windows 7 or later
4 GB RAM
1 GB free hard disk space
OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU
For plug-in use, host software that supports AAX Native, VST2.4, VST3, or NKS formats

Arturia 210519DOWN reviews

Farfisa V - Virtual Instrument (Download) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much Needed Sounds to Fill the Gap This program was a long time coming. I had been an owner of one of the original mid 1960s Compact Combos for many years, until things started to break down. And of course, next to impossible to find parts. Or people that are able and willing to repair them. Some of the modern keyboards do have some of the Farfisa sounds, but in reality, only a small amount of them(like maybe 2 or 3 of them). In reality, there is more of a diverse amount of tones that the Farfisa produced. Even resorted to buying one of the Electro-Harmonix C9 organ emulator pedals, but that still wasn't enough of these particular kinds of tone for me. Then Arturia started coming out with these new virtual instrument programs. The dealers that I normally buy from carried the similar type of Vox Continental program(which would have probably worked fine, and would have settled for it) but knowing that the Farfisa program was also being made, I had to search to see who carried it. No regrets here. All the sounds that I was familiar with, and where they were situated on the virtual keyboard screen. What was interesting that they had the option of effects pedals in this program......and I would always run my Farfisa through a Phase Shifter and/or a Flanger when I had it. Also learned a few things that I did not know about my original instrument. There used to be this one controller that stuck out of the bottom, that you controlled with your knee. When I bought my original Farfisa(used, back in the mid-70s), that knee controller was missing, and it was something I never noticed. So, a bit more historical and technical information on the instrument you played regularly---but didn't know about. It's easy to get a keyboard that has the piano, Rhodes, and Hammond sounds, to name a few......but nobody seemed to get the Farfisa sounds right. Until now. Great timing, on the part of Arturia!
Date published: 2017-01-22
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