Arturia Oberheim SEM V (First Look)

Arturia has released this first look at the latest synth in their Synthesizer Anthology series, Oberheim SEM V.

Arturia Oberheim SEM V is designed to emulate the sound and interface of the original Synthesizer Expander Module, which was introduced by Oberheim Electronics in 1974. According to Arturia, the SEM V not only reproduces the tone, waveshapes, multi-mode 12dB/octave filter and other characteristics of the original, but adds polyphony, MIDI control and arpeggiation.

The Oberheim SEM is one of the few vintage synths that live on not only as software, but in updated hardware form. See this recent Tom Oberheim interview for details.

Specs, pricing and availability are to be announced.

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