Arturia Producer Pack 61 – Part III: Mini V Review
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This review is lengthy and quite broad in scope. The Producer Pack 61 has so much "packed" into it that in order to do it justice, our report is split into four individual segments.
Cresting the ‘Everest’ of popularity resultant from their industry-changing virtual analog emulations of the Moog “Modular” and the prolific Yamaha “CS-80”, Arturia brazenly undertook the impossible – incredulously, they accurately modeled the Minimoog! Furthermore, Arturia not only veraciously cast the original instrument’s circuitry, filter modes, tonal characteristics, and etcetera, but they expanded the feature-set and value of their digital emulation exponentially.
Arturia’s (Officially Moog-licensed) digital reproduction encapsulates the breadth of “Minimoog Model D” greatness. They’ve also revived the time-honored classic to be a modern, powerful appliance of synthesizer enormity, capable of maintaining a position of credibility on the digital compass. Many contemporary synthesizers retail at prices ranging from $149 to over $200. At the time of this publication, “Mini V” sees its list price marked at only $99 (USD). In keeping with the situation of this multi-part review, it’s most gratifying that Arturia have kindly included it as part of the Producer Pack 61 bundle.
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