Arturia V Collection 7 Rent-to-Own
Arturia

V Collection 7

24 circuit-accurate recreations of iconic synths, keyboards, organs, and string machines.

Rent-to-Own

24.99/mo.
for 20 months
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Compatible with macOS and Windows.
Available as VST, AU, and AAX.

10 Analog Synths

Enjoy the same controls, sequencers, and even idiosyncracies that made these instruments some of the most influential analog synths ever played.

Synthi V
Buchla Easel V
Mini V
Jup-8V
CS-80 V
Prophet V
Modular V
Matrix-12 V
SEM V
Arp2600 V

When EMS launched the Synthi 1972, it stood out. Its small size, unique patch pin matrix, and massive, unpredictable sound was like no other. It quickly became the instrument of choice for groundbreaking musicians like Brian Eno, Pink Floyd, and Jean-Michel Jarre. Arturia’s recreation adds advanced modulation and powerful effects.

4 Digital Synths

Play the six digital synths that helped redefine pop music, scored countless films and TV commercials, and gave musicians their first taste of electronic music at home.

CZ V
DX7 V
CMI V
Synclavier V

Casio’s CZ-101 became ubiquitous in the home and pro studios of the mid eighties with its affordability and sound, achieved through mass production and phase distortion synthesis, respectively. Arturia’s CZ V has the same wave types, patch programming, 8-stage envelopes, LFO-modulated vibrato, and beautiful robot-breath sounds.

6 Pianos & Keyboards

These emulations of classic electric pianos and keyboards are physically modeled recreations of the originals. Arturia’s taken everything into account, including cabinet materials, string tension, and mic positions.

Mellotron V
Piano V
Stage-73 V
Clavinet V
Solina V
Wurli V

If nostalgia had a soundtrack, the Mellotron would be on it. The hazy, wow-and-flutter sound made famous by the more experimental pop bands like The Beatles and the Moody Blues came from this electro-mechanical keyboard launched in 1963, which pulled magnetic tape across a playback head when you pressed a key. Arturia’s version has an FX rack and lets you add your own samples, so that you can change the fundamental sound the Mellotron to anything you’d like.

3 Organs

The holy trinity of iconic electric organs, Arturia’s implementations have everything that made these instruments favorites among gig musicians, except a resistance to spilled drinks.

B-3 V
Vox Continental V
Farfisa V

The Hammond B-3's transistor design and electromagnetic tonewheel gave it a beefy sound that other organs simply couldn't have, making it a constant companion of musicians since its release over 50 years ago. Arturia's homage includes a rotary speaker and drawbar modulation for syncopated effects.

Experiment with Analog Lab

V Collection 7 includes full access to Analog Lab 4, a streamlined version of all 24 instruments. Its lightweight interface and abbreviated controls allow you search, browse, and audition all the presets from the full V Collection, without having to open each instrument first. Use the new FX section to add color to your sounds, and use Live mode when you’re performing for real-time access to everything you need.

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8000 starting points

V Collection 7 ships with over 8000 breathtaking presets made by professional sound designers and musicians, including 600 not found in previous collections.

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V Collection 7 reviews

Product Information
Overview
  • V Collection 7 puts some of the most influential instruments at your fingertips with circuit-accurate recreations of iconic synthesizers, string machines, electric pianos and organs.
  • Arturia’s proprietary algorithms and physical modeling ensure that each instrument sounds like the original, and this obsession over accuracy isn’t just relegated to the instruments’ expected sounds. They’ve also reproduced the idiosyncrasies that made them more memorable, including infamous drifting oscillators, timbral qualities of the speaker cabinets, and the obtuse workflow of some of the sequencers. Unlike the original instruments, these are augmented with features that fill them out, like effects, presets, and different mic positions.
  • What's included:

    • - 3 instruments that are new to 7: Mellotron V, Synthi V, CZ V
    • - 24 instruments in total: Clavinet V, CMI V, DX7 V, Buchla Easel V, Synclavier V, B-3 V, Mini V, Mellotron V, Synthi V, CZ V, Piano V, Stage-73 V, Matrix-12 V, Farfisa V, Solina V, SEM V, Wurli V, Jup-8 V, ARP 2600 V, CS-80 V, Prophet V, VOX Continental V, Modular V, Analog Lab 4
    • - Redesigned preset browser for fast access to sounds
    • - Simple MIDI mapping to any keyboard controller
    • - In-app tutorials
    • - High-res GUI that supports large displays
    • - Arturia’s proprietary physical modeling technology, ensuring that each instrument sounds and behaves exactly like the original
    • - Arturia’s proprietary physical modeling technology, ensuring that each instrument sounds and behaves exactly like the original
    • - Over 8000 high-quality presets made by sound designers and musicians
System Requirements
  • For the most up-to-date system requirements and host compatibility details, please visit the manufacturer's website
  • Mac OS X 10.10+
  • Windows 7+ (64-bit)
  • 12GB of free hard disk space
  • Works in Standalone, VST 2.4, VST 3, AAX, Audio Unit (64-bit DAWs only)
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