Arturia DX7 V Software Instrument

The '80s called; they want their synth back! Arturia resurrects the DX7's shimmering, cutting FM sounds in a softsynth, minus the old hardware's limitations.

The DX7 brought digital synthesis to everyday musicians, transformed the sound of the charts, and won the title of best-selling synth of all time. The Arturia DX7 V is a software reimagining of the icon, bringing that iconic glassy, punchy, crystal-clear sound to your DAW.

FM synthesis exploded the sonic palette of keyboardists and producers almost overnight.

Going where analog doesn't, it's still one of the most versatile approaches to sound-making there is. But musicians found the original DX difficult to program and lacking in real-time control. DX7 V amps up the advantages, loses the limitations, and adds tons of functionality that put it right at home in a modern music making rig.

Back to the...
Need to nail that '80s chart-topping sound of Sting, Tina Turner, or anything that happened within a mile of David Foster? DX7 V has you covered.

Cutting Edge
Struck, plucked, and bowed sounds were the DX's specialty, as were percussive keyboards like EPs and Clavs. Hear that FM edge rendered with loving precision.

Digital Personality
From FM classics to lilting pads and sparkling motion-synth soundscapes, listeners will wonder how you got "that" sound.

Well Behaved
Expanded with tons of tempo-syncing and MIDI mapping features, DX7 V's classic sound fits into the modern workflow without a hitch.


- 32 original DX7 algorithm
- All DX7 original parameters
- Original DX7 SysEx import
- 25 available waveforms per operators
- 6 Operators with multi-mode filter and read more feedback per operators
- DX7, DADSR and Multi-Segments envelopes (syncable and loopable) per operators
- 2 Modulation envelopes
- 4 assignable macros
- Advanced modulation matrix
- A step sequencer, 2 LFOs with 6 waveforms and an arpeggiator
- 4 FXs slots that can be routed in parallel or in serie
- An oscilloscope
- Vintage and Modern DAC Mode for a proper emulation of the DX7 converter
- 32 voices of polyphony
- 4 voices of unison with unison detune
- 432 factory presets
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Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1090-48

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