Arturia V Colletion 5 Discount 50%, Worth it?

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Alkua
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Post 22 May 2017

I received this email about 50% off in Arturia V Collection 5. Now, that Reason have VSTs I am thinking about it.

Any suggestions?
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FlowerSoldier
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Post 22 May 2017

If you've got the cash, go for it. I love my Arturia synths. I have the Prophet V, the Synclavier, and the Solina. They are my favorite synths! It's hard to overstate how good they sound. It's a good deal.

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Post 23 May 2017

I have V Collection 4 and love it. I want to do the upgrade but I had to contact NI support. I have them registered in my Arturia account but they are requiring a qualifying product at NI which doesn't make much sense to me.

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tumar
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Post 23 May 2017

I have Mini V and SEM V - both are top notch synths, absolutely warm and analog with tasty filters ;) SEM V has 8 voice programmer, this is candy...

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Alkua
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Post 23 May 2017

Thanks guys for the replay.

I would like to try it first, but I don't see an option to trial in the website :|

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tumar
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Post 23 May 2017

Alkua wrote:Thanks guys for the replay.

I would like to try it first, but I don't see an option to trial in the website :|
You have to go to Arturia website and choose not whole package but each single synth. Every one has "get free demo" button, like here:
https://www.arturia.com/products/analog ... v/overview

https://www.arturia.com/products

Or use their ASC manager software.

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Post 24 May 2017

I nearly squealed like a school girl when I saw this ad yesterday. I've been looking to get that vintage sound in my rack, so I've had my eye on the V Collection for a while, just telling myself I'd be able to afford it someday. In my mind, some of those synths could sell for $250 on their own, so paying that price to get all 17 titles is a no-brainer to me... Pulled the trigger on it as fast as I could. Cannot wait to start incorporating these beasts into my live setup after 9.5 drops next week!!! [emoji41]

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Alkua
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Post 24 May 2017

tumar wrote:
Alkua wrote:Thanks guys for the replay.

I would like to try it first, but I don't see an option to trial in the website :|
You have to go to Arturia website and choose not whole package but each single synth. Every one has "get free demo" button, like here:
https://www.arturia.com/products/analog ... v/overview

https://www.arturia.com/products

Or use their ASC manager software.
Nice! Thanks

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Post 25 May 2017

I wasn't planning on making a big software purchase right now, but this would be a way to instantly quench all that vintage gear lust from watching Junkie XL's YouTube channel.
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Post 26 May 2017

It comes with the added bonus of Analog Lab - about 5000 editable presets combining together synths from the collection - so you can combine a Moog with a Prophet or an Oberheim with a Yamaha. The old school keys are great too and do things you wouldn't expect. I haven't been using it as often as I'd like because it involved switching DAWs. But not anymore :)

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Koshdukai
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Post 28 May 2017

Alkua wrote:Worth it?
Yes. Totally :)

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CephaloPod
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Post 28 May 2017

I have the Analog Lab 2 (just the 5,000 presets and some limited programmability) and think it sounds great. It's only $90 if you aren't into programming from scratch.

What do people think about this offering from IK?

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