Latest Arturia pack of effects plugins receives first update
We recently covered the launch of a new set of Arturia plugins, a bundle of remade classics.
They’ve just announced updates!
Arturia’s award-winning component modelling technique, TAE(R), brought some classic filters and preamps to life in the digital realm. The bundles, entitled “3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use” and “3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use”, aimed to forge the tone and usability of the analog world with the intuitiveness and convenience of the digital world.
Well Arturia have taken it a step further, and announced an update release for both bundles, increasing the usability and intuitiveness of the plugins. The update is simple, it adds Native Instruments’ NKS compatibility. That means if you’re a Native Instruments Kontrol or Maschine user, the Arturia plugins will speak directly to the hardware. Your presets will can be accessed directly from the browser on your Native Instruments hardware, along with your parameters automatically being assigned or easily customized.
Altogether, the update aims to create a more hands-on experience with the plugins, closer to the feeling of using the classic hardware equivalents, but with all the modern conveniences of digital – from the presets to the automation.
Awesome! How do we update the plugins?
The update is free for all users who already own the bundles “3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use” and “3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use” alongside any users who own any of the following titles “1973-Pre”, “TridA-Pre”, “V76-Pre”, “SEM-Filter”, “M12-Filter” and “Mini-Filter”.
The update process is very easy, the Arturia software actually comes bundled with an application that deals with all of that. Simply open the ASC (Arturia Software Centre) and click update, and you’re good to go!
To find out more about the new effects bundles and what they offer, check out the previous article we wrote.