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V Collection showing its age?
« on: August 07, 2014, 05:31:16 pm »
 Kinda the first thing you type when describing it to a potential buyer. Its always SEM and Wurlitzer are great but the rest show there age and sound, well crap, for want of a better word.

Well am using them as my only synths at the moment due to a big move and CPU constraints, and they sound great. As emulations Im sure the arguments are obvious, but to take them for what they are they still shine. Matching up the moogs with Kirnu Cream is getting some great sequences, and the Jupiter makes some of the best pads!

I hope theres a GUI update on these at some point, in fact a complete overhaul would be fantastic, but dropping the cumbersome and dated lookalike GUI and making it something more modern and simple would open these up to a new generation of users...


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Re: V Collection showing its age?
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2014, 05:35:20 pm »
Also, to expand on the GUI Im using a Win 8 tablet...its a baytrail quad core, cheap, but remarkably good for music production (if you dont push it). Analog Lab is brilliant on it, its one of the few VSTi's that is really touchscreen friendly...the knobs etc work perfectly. Great GUI!


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Re: V Collection showing its age?
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2014, 07:50:24 pm »
Your suggestion certainly makes sense for the increasing number of tablet-users,
but people with ordinary pc's/macs will still prefer the classic looks IMHO.
Either way, there should be a choice to use the classic default interface or
a more touch-friendly GUI.
Not sure if the people at Arturia have the time to do a total make-over...
But how about a dev-toolkit, with which people can design new, more touch-oriented GUI's?
It might boost involvement and contributions from the user community, as well as attract
a new generation of noodlers :D
Mind, I would only limit this toolkit to customizing the GUI.
IMHO something the devs at Arturia could cook up with not too much of a fuss ;)
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