Posts Tagged 'Arturia Origin Keyboard'

Arturia adds SEM Filter module and more to Origin V1.4 firmware

Arturia adds SEM Filter module and more to Origin V1.4 firmware

Music software and hardware company Arturia is proud to announce availability of the latest V1.4 firmware update for both the keyboard and desktop versions of its widely acclaimed Origin hardware synthesizer as of June 27. Origin’s V1.4 firmware update introduces a range of new modules and features that further expand the sonic scope of this already versatile synthesizer while enriching the user experience.

 

ARTURIA Origin 1.3. Now Shipping

ARTURIA Origin 1.3. Now Shipping

The new Origin firmware 1.3 brings numerous improvements and features, that enhance the user experience and sonic possibilities. The long-awaited Jupiter 8 template now allows you to tweak parameters and create your own patches just like the original. The is now even more intuitive thanks to the addition of dialogs, favorites and sequencer switche automation. And sound-wise, it’s more powerful and versatile with the addition of the unison, compressor and sample & hold modules.

Herbie Hancock talks about the Arturia Origin Synth

Herbie Hancock talks about the Arturia Origin Synth

In this video Herbie Hancock talks about the Arturia Origin desktop synthesizer module. The Origin is a hardware DSP system that houses several synthesizers in one machine. Some of these synths come from the past, such as the Minimoog, some are totally new and innovative. Loaded with modules extracted from the best synthesizers of all time, Origin lets you combine these modules and take advantage of the additional possibilities put onboard. The result: a new type of sound accessible through an extremely intuitive interface.

ARTURIA announces ORIGIN Keyboard shipping in March

ARTURIA shows Origin Keyboard in pre-series version and announces it will be shipping in March 2010. Origin Keyboard is Arturia’s new version of Origin for the keyboard player. It keeps the outstanding modular system of Origin Desktop, putting it on a panel that closes on a high quality keyboard controller.

The intuitive interface is kept in place, along with all of the modules from the most famous synthesizers (Moog Modular, ARP 2600, CS-80, Jupiter-8, Minimoog and Prophet VS) and organs (ToneWheel, Rotary). The integration of the ribbon control is a blast, the keyboard aftertouch possibilities open a world of expressivity, while the playing modes are tuned to the expectations of any demanding performer.