Arturia updates Moog Modular V to v2.5


Arturia has released Moog Modular V 2.5, the latest version of its virtual Moog Modular.

Changes in Moog Modular V v2.5:

  • Switch to Syncrosoft copy protection.
  • VCF audio quality improvements.
  • Lower CPU utilization on Mac OS X.
  • Better Audio Unit compatibility (Digital Performer most notably).
  • Ability to use NRPN MIDI messages for automation.
  • Better handling of control surfaces while changing preset.
  • New presets added.
  • MIDI RPN “pitch bend range” message is now recognized.
  • Miscellaneous Bug fixes.

Moog Modular V is available for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for $249 USD / 229 EUR.

4 thoughts on “Arturia updates Moog Modular V to v2.5

  1. i maybe be wrong this is bullshit i bought this program awhile ago and have some problems with it here and there and now they have 2.5 and excepted me to give them them $225 for the 2.5 version which sounds like the version that actually fixed this time screw that they should at least give this for free or charge a smaller fee to ppl that already own i dont think ill ever buy another arturia product again

  2. A silky-sounding and sexy soft synth, she is.

    Unfortunately, I (personally) found it a bit too complicated to use. Guess I prefer the new-fangled synths. (Massive, for example.) Despite my personal prefs, I still highly recommend this one.

  3. nvm spoke to soon all you do is have to regiester your product on there website and u can update 2.5 for free so so i read i maybe wrong again and come bakc form more pointless bitching but lik jrice it is one of the most sexiest sounding soft synth i have ever heard

  4. It is a sexy emulation.

    I've got a large modular, though, and using a software emulation is much slower less usable. The ability to save patches is a huge plus, but working on a complex modular on a 20" screen just doesn't cut it.

    Tangerine Dream uses some giant monitors with Moog Modular V. That, combined with a good control keyboard, could be a good compromise.

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