March 10, 2006
../ Arturia Prophet V Now Available
After causing a sensation at NAMM this past January, Arturia
announced their new Prophet V is now shipping world wide. The Prophet V is a virtual replica of both a Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
and a Prophet VS. In a new twist, Arturia as enabled the user to combine both synths via their unique HYBRID mode.
Arturia's Prophet V in Hybrid Mode
Nine Inch Nails
maestro, Trent Reznor, comments, "when Arturia told me about their plans to create a hybrid Prophet 5 and VS, I was excited by the idea.
When I got my hands on it I was blown away. The Prophet VS was an integral part of NIN's sound - strangely digital sounding, but somehow warm.
It's capable of really sounding aggressive and unique. An old friend is back with a vengeance!"
The Prophet V is a dynamic instrument when in Prophet HYBRID mode, which
combines these two legendary synthesizers in a stacked mode, enabling new and never heard before sounds to be created.
The Prophet V is now
available at $249 US or €199
The Future: France's
Arturia continues it's string of hits
with the Prophet V. With Arturia's devotion to quality, excellent user interfaces and bringing this all to the musician at an extremely
low cost, other virtual synth makers are now all looking up at the new high water mark.
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