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Arturia launch FX Collection: bundle of 15 high quality software effects

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Arturia launch FX Collection: bundle of 15 high quality software effects

Bringing together all 15 plugins from their “You’ll Actually Use” series, the Arturia FX Collection promises to offer professionals and beginners alike the highest sound quality and best features on the market.

Following in the footsteps of the critically-acclaimed V Collection, Arturia’s new FX Collection offers all producers, mix engineers, and music-makers the chance to enhance their tracks with time-honored studio and stage legends that shaped the sound of the music industry, enhanced with powerful modern features.

Not only that, but Arturia have also developed some unique, original effects which offer abilities that would be simply impossible to achieve in vintage hardware.

FX Collection brings you the best-sounding, highest quality compressor, reverb, preamp, filter, and delay plugins, and includes the following titles:

WHAT IS INSIDE

Reverbs: Stunning vintage reverbs and a super-modern algorithmic beast will transform your music in an instant.

Rev PLATE-140
VINTAGE STUDIO REVERB
A reimagining of EMT’s titanic plate reverb, perfect for vocals.

Rev SPRING-636
SNAPPY PHYSICAL REVERB
Vibrant spring and crunchy germanium preamp, the ideal dub combo.

Rev INTENSITY
FUTURISTIC DIGITAL REVERB
An original creative algorithmic reverb with unlimited modulation capabilities.

Delays: Add saturated, lo-fi, or super-trippy modern delays to your sonic arsenal, including classics and a modern twist.

Delay TAPE-201
SATURATED ANALOG ECHO
Organic, tape saturated delay and reverb at its finest.

Delay MEMORY BRIGADE
FILTERED ANALOG BBD ECHO
The iconic lo-fi delay that helped the greatest guitarists and producers achieve their unique tone is now available in your recording setup.

Delay ETERNITY
ENDLESSLY CREATIVE ECHO
An exciting, original delay effect with integrated effects, and an inspiring variety of sounds. Arturia Delay Eternity is an innovative tool for the modern producer.

Preamps: Insert the golden-sounding input stage of some of the world’s top consoles and outboard for that pro studio sound.

Pre 1973
BRITISH ICONIC SOUND OF THE 70’S
The iconic vintage sound of the world’s best studios, perfectly recreated for the modern producer.

Pre TridA
PRIZED AND RARE MUSICAL EQ
One of the most prized, rare, and exclusive channel strips ever made has been reborn in your DAW.

Pre V76
FINEST VINTAGE TUBE PREAMP
The sound that defined 60s pop music, rediscovered as a plugin for your virtual studio.

Compressors: Control your dynamics, bring everything together, and add vintage tone with these 3 fantastic compressors.

Comp VCA-65
DELUXE DRUM TREATMENT
The ultimate rhythm section compressor, Comp VCA-65 is a perfectly recreated VCA compressor with a modern twist.

Comp FET-76
MAKE EVERYTHING BETTER
The most iconic studio compressor ever made, recreated as a software plugin. Perfect vocals and instruments every time.

Comp TUBE-STA
FAT BROADCAST SOUND
A reimagining of the legendary vacuum-tube powered Gates® STA-Level, a secret weapon for bass and vocals since the 1950s.

Filters: Use the finest synth filters on any sound source you like, dramatic, creative tonal control all day, every day.

Filter MINI
PHILOSOPHER’S LOW PASS FILTER
A plugin recreation of Dr Moog’s famous 24dB per octave low-pass ladder filter, updated with exciting new features for the modern music maker.

Filter M12
THE MULTI-MODE MONSTER, REBORN
The legendary analog polysynth’s filter reworked as a superbly powerful, modern plugin for your DAW.

Filter SEM
A FILTER LEGEND WITH A MODERN TWIST
Tom Oberheim’s pioneering design, among the first ever self-contained analog synthesizers, was home to one of the best-loved filters of all time. Now you can use it as a cutting edge creative plugin for your DAW.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE
Each plugins is feature-packed, and has unique tonal properties that will make them your go-to choice in the studio.

Circuit-accurate modelling: the classics have been reborn with True Analog Emulation® (TAE®) and Physical Modeling technology® (Phi®), down to the smallest detail and nuance.

Brand new abilities: each plugin also adds new advanced functionality like:
Look-ahead tracking, envelope followers, sidechaining, and pre-post EQ for ultimate creative control

Awesome presets: based on the settings of engineers and studios that use them day in, day out

In-app tutorials: get up to speed with step-by-step guides, and learn the plugins as you use them

The culmination of decades of research, these high-quality plugins truly live up to their tagline: audio effects you’ll actually use.

PRICE AND INTRO OFFER
Arturia is running a special intro offer for the launch of its new FX Collection. The offer will be available from February 12th to March 4th, 2020.

FX Collection will be available for the exclusive price of $299/299€ (instead of $399/399€).

Customers who already own Arturia software or hardware are eligible for exclusive discounts and crossgrades, starting from $49.

Learn more: https://www.arturia.com/products/sof...ction/overview
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FYI... I own the 3 compressors bundle and my cross grade price for this is $99
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FYI... I own the 3 compressors bundle and my cross grade price for this is $99
Wow. I realize that the compressors are in the bundle. But, I just upgraded my V collection to seven, just bought a mini lab ii, and my upgrade price is 199. Some strange math going on over there…
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Wow. I realize that the compressors are in the bundle. But, I just upgraded my V collection to seven, just bought a mini lab ii, and my upgrade price is 199. Some strange math going on over there…
So you don't own anything that is part of the FX Collection and you're surprised you have to pay $100 less than the "Intro" $299 price?


I have their Comps, Filters, Delays, and Preamps and the FX Collection price was $49. So fifty bucks for three new reverbs. I've been liking their stuff so far, so I'm happy to jump in.

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How’s the quality compared to UAD and Slate (the other emulation guys)?
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FYI... I own the 3 compressors bundle and my cross grade price for this is $99
I own the 3 preamps, the free Reverb and 1 filter and my cross grade is $99 as well.

What you think about the comps? Very good, just good? Do you use them a lot?
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the quality of the reverbs and the delays is absolutely stunning. Among the very best software.

edit: the quality of ALL these plugins is phenomenal!

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I'm going to take a pass on this one.

Sorry Arturia -- you know I got mad love for you guys, and I've spent a lot of time defending your pricing on the V-Collection, but $400 ($200 intro) for this effects suite seems ... exorbitant.

And really, it's not the money; it's the effects themselves. For that kind of money I'd expect something really phenomenal, possibly even unique and/or indispensable. But this collection takes a divergent path from your instrument collection and presents plugins already done (and done well) by other developers like Xils, AudioThing, Brainworks, Waves, etc.

And my great concern is that development of these is detracting from your instrument line, where your company really shines.
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I have the

Compressors
Preamps
Delays

My upgrade is €49 seems if I hadn’t bought the delays....my upgrade would be €49
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I'm going to take a pass on this one.

Sorry Arturia -- you know I got mad love for you guys, and I've spent a lot of time defending your pricing on the V-Collection, but $400 ($200 intro) for this effects suite seems ... exorbitant.

And really, it's not the money; it's the effects themselves. For that kind of money I'd expect something really phenomenal, possibly even unique and/or indispensable. But this collection takes a divergent path from your instrument collection and presents plugins already done (and done well) by other developers like Xils, AudioThing, Brainworks, Waves, etc.

And my great concern is that development of these is detracting from your instrument line, where your company really shines.
imho the quality of this fx suite is higher than all of the mentioned above.
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Quality of this collection is just amazing. I have had preamps, filters and compressors. Now received delays and reverbs for 49EUR. Since the free plate was the best plate plugin I have heard, it was an easy decision to upgrade to the bundle. All reverbs and delays are reeeeaaally amazing.
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First impression of the algo reverb is very good. I'm not sure what's going on with the spring other than it's very overdriven and kinda hard to dial in - but I honestly spent less time with it before going back to Intensity. I demoed the delays a while ago and was waiting for another chance to grab them at 50.

49 bucks for the reverbs and delays on top of my other 9 fx... I'm in.
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So you don't own anything that is part of the FX Collection and you're surprised you have to pay $100 less than the "Intro" $299 price?


I have their Comps, Filters, and Preamps and the FX Collection price was $49. So fifty bucks for three new reverbs and three new delays. I've been liking their stuff so far, so I'm happy to jump in.
Arturia includes all of your hardware and software purchases in your upgrade pricing. You are aware that the V Collection is $500 software, right? I also just made a hardware purchase. So, I really don’t get your point… back at Cha...
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I already have everything except the 2 new reverbs (including V7+Pigments) and my upgrade is $49. I'm not really interested in Spring - is it worth it just for Intensity?
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I upgraded for 49e.

But then I had all the FX except for the verbs.
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200 yes 300 no
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I'm going to take a pass on this one.

Sorry Arturia -- you know I got mad love for you guys, and I've spent a lot of time defending your pricing on the V-Collection, but $400 ($200 intro) for this effects suite seems ... exorbitant.

And really, it's not the money; it's the effects themselves. For that kind of money I'd expect something really phenomenal, possibly even unique and/or indispensable. But this collection takes a divergent path from your instrument collection and presents plugins already done (and done well) by other developers like Xils, AudioThing, Brainworks, Waves, etc.

And my great concern is that development of these is detracting from your instrument line, where your company really shines.
I think this a project mostly done by one developer and someone to do project management coordinating visual design and QA.
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I already have everything except the 2 new reverbs (including V7+Pigments) and my upgrade is $49. I'm not really interested in Spring - is it worth it just for Intensity?
Intensity sounds interesting on the home page, i'm going to demo it tomorrow. Might as well demo the lot I guess, but my upgrade of €199 isn't low enough to make it an instant buy (not complaining). €49 for Intensity may be all i need.*



*obviously I don't actually need it
Old 6 days ago
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Indeed the delays and reverbs are amazing, the new spring is pretty convincing but I really wish the Rev INTENSITY had a pitch shifter a la Valhalla Shimmer...that would have been amazing.
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This is tempting for people that either have nothing from Arturia or just the recent freebie plate reverb which I have and like a lot.
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How’s the quality compared to UAD and Slate (the other emulation guys)?
I can tell you I've been use the comp76 over my uad's ALOT. Reallt has that analog like tone.
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So the reverbs and delays are pretty good?

Seems like Arturia is doing business the "right" way. I like the plugins which mixes emulations with own designs.
And to release them to compliment each other. Good work.
I just have the free 140 plate and that one is amazing.

What are your opinions on the other reverbs and delays?
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I'm very sorry to read that but I completely disagree.

We have done a huge amount of R&D for all these products and very proud of them so I really would like you to elaborate a bit on why you think our FX line is not in line with our instruments.

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I'm going to take a pass on this one.

Sorry Arturia -- you know I got mad love for you guys, and I've spent a lot of time defending your pricing on the V-Collection, but $400 ($200 intro) for this effects suite seems ... exorbitant.

And really, it's not the money; it's the effects themselves. For that kind of money I'd expect something really phenomenal, possibly even unique and/or indispensable. But this collection takes a divergent path from your instrument collection and presents plugins already done (and done well) by other developers like Xils, AudioThing, Brainworks, Waves, etc.

And my great concern is that development of these is detracting from your instrument line, where your company really shines.
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What are your opinions on the other reverbs and delays?
Delay Eternity is really good for quickly dialling up interesting rhythms and dubby filtered feedback.

My one niggle with it is that delay times are not preserved when switching between sync on and off. I like to quickly get a rhythm in sync and then tweak it to rush/drag. If they add that in an update it will probably become my go-to delay.

Reverb Intensity is something special. Definitely worth demo'ing.
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Delay Eternity is really good for quickly dialling up interesting rhythms and dubby filtered feedback.

My one niggle with it is that delay times are not preserved when switching between sync on and off. I like to quickly get a rhythm in sync and then tweak it to rush/drag. If they add that in an update it will probably become my go-to delay.

Reverb Intensity is something special. Definitely worth demo'ing.
Im really keen on this bundle.
Thing is I then have to end my Slate subscription.
I use the repeater and Verbclassic alot. But there is still some plugins that slate does that is hard to substitute due to money or that there isnt a similar product anywhere else.

Seems like the Sync-thing would come as a update in the future.
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I bit. These will give me some nice alternatives to my UAD plugins when I am mobile and don't have my Apollo Twin around, especially now that I have soured some on Waves and their WUP policy... The DBX comp was one of the main Waves plugins I still used (particularly because I don't have the UAD equivalent). Also nice to have another spring reverb option, especially one with different tank choices!
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3 of the plugins fail AU validation on my system, anyone else using Logic here?

Intensity is great. Couldn’t find a ‘wet lock’ on it though for switching presets, but I did not rtfm yet. I did rtf quick guide though
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I almost bit. The new reverbs(just demo’d them) along with the rev plate 140 which I downloaded when it was free sound so gorgeous, truly a work of art.

That being said, i think I’ve only used the rev plate 140 once and still feel questionable about how it sits in the mix in that particular instance after spending sometime blending the exact amount needed to actually gel with the mix. I get the same feeling with these two new reverbs. My jaw dropped when I heard how lovely they sound, but I know when using them how much they truly standout from everything else, although dialing them in isn’t rocket science, I truly feel they sound “too good”, and not real enough, which in the end would cause me more problems than solutions.

The bundle for $199 is a steal. I’m demo’ing the delays, compressors, preamps and so on and there is some great stuff in there, a bargain at $199. But I already own tons of other delays, compressors and preamps, which are also top notch. But have found a few that give me a stellar final result, and have benched the rest. This bundle from what I’ve heard so far, although sounding top notch, would introduce much more problems than solutions as far as a final product is concerned, even though I could find countless instances in using them. I encourage everybody to try them if you haven’t, I’m sure 90% will jump on the bundle at $199.

That’s why I felt extremely shocked at myself pulling back this morning, I was literally getting ready to checkout and buy, and a couple months ago would have, but caught myself. I’m so happy with my current formula, I just don’t see a place for any of these.

This is my opinion and I’m not trying to come In this thread and say I’m right and anyone else is wrong, just share my point of view. I’m sure many of you don’t share the same point of view, which I can totally see why. I honestly wasn’t going to say anything and just leave the thread alone, but I felt like sharing my experience.
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3 of the plugins fail AU validation on my system, anyone else using Logic here?
Yep!
Rev SPRING-636 did not pass here too. Not tried the others yet.
Trashed audio units cache, still not working.
Logic Pro X 10.2.4
OSX 10.10.5

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. But have found a few that give me a stellar final result, and have benched the rest
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Which ones are your stellar result plugs?
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