Arturia announces four new products during their “Rendez-vous” livestream on Tuesday, October 18th.
The following comes from Arturia, a company DMN is proud to be partnering with.
Dive into the biggest Arturia new product drop in two decades, spanning all corners of its music creation ecosystem. Introducing Augmented GRAND PIANO, MiniFuse 4, MiniLab 3, and MiniFreak.
A morphing virtual piano; a versatile audio & MIDI interface; a universal music-making controller; a hybrid algorithmic polysynth. Four new products, 4 new sources of inspiration for sound explorers. Head to arturia.com for more details, and watch the Arturia keynote here :
Arturia expands wild hybrid synth range with 6-voice MiniFreak
MiniFreak is a polyphonic hybrid keyboard that combines two digital sound engines with warm analog filters, playful modulation, spontaneous sequencing, and rich stereo effects for sounds that are immediately curious, beautiful, and chaotic in equal measure.
The universal music-making controller : MiniLab 3
MiniLab 3 is a next-generation plug-and-play MIDI controller that combines a great-feeling keyboard, flexible pads, faders, and knobs, and a premium software bundle with seamless DAW integration that lets users get creative right out the box.
Augmented GRAND PIANO
From the authentic to the impossible, unlock premium piano sounds for cinematic score & library composition, immersive game soundscapes, and slick modern DAW production with an intuitive & inspiring piano experience that transcends virtual instruments.
MiniFuse 4 available now!
Capture crystal-clear recordings, refine with pro-grade creative software, and make music happen with a 4-in/4-out interface that ticks all the boxes: best-in-class audio, expanded connectivity, a 5-year warranty, and a world-class suite of software titles for modern music production.
“Arturia specializes in the creation of music software and hardware dedicated to the exploration of sound. Operating in 55 countries, their aim is to create tools that encourage musical discovery, nurture inspiration, and savor the creative process.”