Arturia has released an update to Pigments, its hybrid wavetable/virtual analog software synth for Mac & Windows.
Pigments has been updated to version 1.2, refining its sequencer, adding new features, new presets, and a major improvement for owners of Native Instruments controllers: NKS compatibility.
Here’s what’s new in Pigments 1.2:
- Sound Store – Find new preset sound banks from directly within Pigments.
- SUPER mode – A new unison detune voice mode lets you beef up your oscillator up with the style of the famous “JP” supersaw.
- Sequencer revamp – A new visual layout, with the added ability to set different clock divisions for each lane in the sequencer or arpeggiator.
- NKS Compatible – Pigments is now fully compliant with Native Instruments NKS control format, instantly smart-mapping key parameters.
- Extra Combinator – Pigments has added a third combinator, giving you more sound-shaping potential.
- Updated envelope – the minimum value for the attack times is shorter, letting you achieve sharper envelope modulation.
- Microtuning – Now you can select alternative keyboard scales, as well as import your own .scl and .tun files.
- 50 new presets that make use of the new capabilities of the Pigments audio engine updates in version 1.2.
- Other changes include new Aftertouch curves, Mod source hovering displays, integrated Filter tutorials, and bug fixes.
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