MiniFilter V: A Moog-Inspired Gift From Arturia + Sense Of Sound Promotion


How about a free, standalone version of Arturiaìs famous ladder filter found in their good old Minimoog-inspired Mini V software synth? Yes, please!

The filter itself is based on the legendary mono synth developed by Dr Bob Moog in the 1970s, and has been painstakingly reproduced to be as faithful and accurate to the original as possible.

Arturia worked closely with Bob Moog back in 2004 to recreate this timeless ladder filter, and their team of passionate, skilled engineers have been using the latest breakthroughs to refine it in the years since.

Using their exclusive TAE® technology, Arturia developers have been able to replicate the behaviours and subtle nuances of analog components, and it is this technology that brings the incredible 24 dB/octave filter emulation to life, allowing it to breathe, scream, and whistle like the original.

To receive your free MiniFilter V, visit this page.

Hurry up! This freebie expires in a few days.

To read more about the process of replicating this famous filter, read the “Behind The Mini V” article with Stefano d’Angelo, DSP engineer with Arturia.

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Sense of Sound

Last but not least, make sure to check out the latest Arturia’s promotion. To celebrate this holiday season, Arturia’s award-winning virtual instruments (see our Arturia V Collection 5 review) will be available at amazingly attractive prices for a limited time.

Between 18 November 2016 and 10 January 2017 Arturia will be offering the following deals:

V Collection 5


Save 100€/US$ on Arturia’s critically acclaimed suite of beautifully emulated classic keyboards.

Individual instruments

Half price

Save 50% on any of the award-winning instruments that make up our flagship V Collection.

Arturia has also arranged some special offers for its existing customers — exclusive deals will be available to them in the MyArturia section of the Arturia website.

For more information visit the dedicated promo page.

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