ARTURIA, announces the release of the Mini V


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ARTURIA, announces the release of the Mini V
Grenoble, FRANCE – NAMM Show, Anaheim, CA – January 15, 2004

In 1971, at the NAMM Convention, Bob Mg introduced a synth which was going to change the world. 33 years later ARTURIA announces the release of the Mini V, the recreation of what became the most popular synthesizer of all time.

Frédéric Brun, President of Arturia, says “To a lot of musicians, the 1971 Bob Mg creation is the Holy Grail of Synthesizers. So I am particularly proud that Arturia is bringing its own recreation of this classic synth. For the last 50 years Bob Mg has brought amazing musical instruments and constant innovation, so creating the Mini V with the help of his comments and analysis was very exciting.”

Offering all the features of the original, the Software version also brings polyphony, MIDI
management, preset handling. And taking advantage of modern tools, additional functions are
hidden beyond the control panels: a modulation matrix, a LFO, an arpeggiator, a chorus and a

What about the core of the Mini V, the Sound? Thanks to TAE®, Arturia’s proprietary
technology for emulating analog circuits, the Mini V offers an unchallenged quality of sound.
Sharp filters, aliasing-free oscillators, soft-clipping limitations guarantee that you have the best
emulation (ever) released on the market.

With more than 400 presets, made by some of the most talented keyboardists, the Mini V
is certainly an instrument which is going to bring a lot to your musical palette.

  • Windows: Windows 95 / 98 / ME / 2000 / XP
  • Mac OS X: Mac OS X.2 or higher
Required minimum configuration:
  • PC / Windows: 128 Mbytes RAM - 500 MHz processor
  • Mac OS 9: 128 Mbytes RAM - 500 MHz processor
  • Mac OS X: 128 Mbytes RAM - 500 MHz processor

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