Arturia today introduced Acid V, a virtual instrument that offers their take on the classic Roland TB-303 sound.
Why another virtual 303, especially when Behringer offers a hardware 303 knockoff for around $130?
Arturia says that Acid V is designed to bring the classic acid sound into the modern production era. They say that they’ve combined component-level modeling to accurately capture the originals sound, and married that to upgraded features & effects, to deliver ‘a mutated classic’.
- Evolved sequencer & arpeggiator
- Advanced Modulation system for evolving sounds
- Built-in Distortion
- Sub Oscillator and vibrato
- Scales and Transmutation
- 17x High grade effects
Other features include vibrato that lets you get into FM territory, 14 distortion algorithms, an easy-to-use step sequencer, and the ability to drag and drop your sequences into your DAW.
Here’s an in-depth look at Acid V and it’s capabilities:
Pricing and Availability:
Acid V is available now, with an intro price of $99 USD through Sept 14 (normally $199). V Collection 9 discounts are also available.