GRENOBLE, FRANCE: Music software and hardware developer Arturia is proudly celebrating the release of a significant number of renowned recordings by announcing daily discount deals on its authentic-sounding software emulations of the trailblazing keyboards that helped those recordings make musical history, starting on August 18.
Each day (re)discover a groundbreaking album and the trailblazing keyboard that defined its sound and enjoy a 50% discount deal on Arturia’s selected software instrument. What better way to start celebrating the keys behind the melodies today, then, than the 25th anniversary of ‘Enjoy The Silence’ by British synthpop pioneers Depeche Mode. Blessed with a memorable melody that represents the crowning glory of the chart-topping Violator album that elevated the Basildon band to world domination status by becoming the world’s first stadium synth stars, the ‘bubbling’ sequence that forms the hit-making, beat-driven backbone of ‘Enjoy The Silence’ made much musical use of the trailblazing Seventies-vintage ARP 2600 semi-modular monophonic synthesizer — surely one of the finest analogue synthesizers ever produced — and accompanying ARP Sequencer. Arturia authentically captures the sounds and sequences of both innovative instruments with its award-winning ARP 2600 V software, available as of today for an attractive promotional price of €49.00 EUR/$49.00 USD! Time to (re)discover the trailblazing sounds of a renowned record with an Analog Classic from Arturia.
One new deal will be disclosed everyday during the promotion as Arturia continues celebrating the release of other renowned recordings with unmissable (time-limited) promotional pricing on its authentic-sounding software. So be sure to check in online (http://www.arturia.com/celebrating) for a discounted daily dose of musical history!
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Founded in Grenoble, France, in 1999, Arturia specialises in the development of music software and hardware for professional and amateur musicians alike. Focusing on innovation, the company strives to integrate the latest advances in computer music research and technology into its products. This involves working closely with partner research institutions, such as IRCAM France, in the development of cutting-edge musical instruments and software, which have gone on to be used in making many hit records and Hollywood soundtracks. One of Arturia’s core technologies is TAE® (True Analog Emulation), an advanced proprietary technology allowing accurate modelling of analogue circuitry behaviour on personal computers. Developed by Arturia’s in-house Signal Processing team, this technology has been employed to successfully recreate the sounds produced by many classic analogue synthesizers. Having successfully launched Origin, its first hardware synthesizer (housing several synth classics and associated components in one powerful, no-holds-barred DSP-based modular system), and the hybrid hardware/software SPARK Creative Drum Machine (cleverly combining analogue synthesis, physical modelling, and samples with the intuitive workflow of a hardware drum machine), 2012 saw Arturia introducing the cost-conscious MiniBrute, an amazingly compact and bijou analogue monosynth (boasting MIDI, USB, and CV connectivity together with a host of unique features). Having already broadened its appeal further still by successfully entering the iOS soft synth market and building upon its analogue synth and hybrid hardware/software successes, 2015 sees Arturia making a grand entrance into the audio interface market with its next-generation AudioFuse.