Arturia ARP 2600 V Software Instrument

Arturia has re-created the famed ARP 2600 synthesizer -- digitally! Patch your way to synth heaven on this meticulously desinged software synth.

ARP 2600 V reproduces one of the most desired synthesizers ever created, responsible for sounds ranging from '70s funk textures to unmistakable special FX. Experience it in perfect plugin detail, with enhancements overflowing with creative ideas for any genre.

The ARP 2600 went from educational concept to rock 'n' roll icon, and was the sound of both R2-D2 and Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein."
A modular synth in a suitcase, the 2600 immediately appealed to musicians. You could patch it like crazy, but didn't need to. Its versatile sound became a favorite of Stevie Wonder, Josef Zawinul, Tony Banks of Genesis, Martin Gore of Depeche Mode, and many more. Combining True Analog Emulation signature authenticity with vastly expanded features, ARP 2600 V is designed to become one of your favorites too.

It Came From Outer Space
Alan R. Pearlman designed electronics for NASA. His passion for music soon sent a synthesizer into orbit.

It was this passion, combined with his engineering expertise, that led him to found ARP Instruments. ARP not only built some of the most complex and coveted synths of their time; the name left a lasting impact on the world of synthesis, contemporary music, and even cinema.

By 1968 Pearlman had already helmed and sold a successful company that made operational amps based on his aerospace work, but became interested in building electronic instruments after hearing that a certain famous synth brand had issues with temperature and tuning. His own early designs read more proved more stable, inspiring him to press forward.

In 1969 Pearlman and David Friend formed Tonus, later rebranded as ARP after Pearlman's initials. Their first product was the 2500, a large modular system that used a matrix of sliders instead of patch cables.


- All the parameters of the original ARP 2600:
- 3 voltage-controlled oscillators
- Osc2 to Osc1 synchronization
- 24 dB/octave low pass resonant filter with self-oscillation
- 1 LFO (can be synchronized to the host sequencer's tempo)
- 1 sample and hold, 1 ring modulator, 1 noise generator
- 1 ADSR and 1 AR envelope follower
- ARP2500 multimode 12 dB/octave filter with LP, HP, BP and Notch settings
- Original ARP Sequencer model 1601
- 4 exclusive tracking generators with real-time interactive LFO creation ability
- Voltage processors can be used as inverters, mixers or lag processors
- Onboard effects: chorus, MIDI-syncable stereo delay, reverb
- Polyphony from 2 to 32 voices with Unison options
- More than 500 presets from top sound designers
- Absolutely pure, top quality sound from TAE analog modeling
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Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1090-31

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