Use your product
1. Download & install the ASC
The Arturia Software Center (aka ASC) lets you activate, install and update your Arturia virtual instruments on your computers.
It will let you access the software you own as well as demos of the other titles in the Arturia catalog.
2. Log into the ASC
Enter the same email address and password as for your My Arturia account.
You will then be able to find your Product License on the main panel.
If you don’t have a My Arturia account, click on create account and follow the process to create one.
If you're using an offline computer, please follow the process described in this article
If you have purchased your software license on the Arturia website, it has been automatically registered into your account. Otherwise click on the button “Register a new product” on top of the main window.
3. Install and Activate your products
Look for your product in the list and click on the “Install” button to launch the silent installation process.
You will be asked to define the destination folders on the first time.
Your product will remain in demo mode until it is activated.
To do so click on the “Activate” button. Your brand new effect will now be activated.
You are now able to use it without restriction on up to 5 different computers simultaneously. To do that, repeat this operation on your other computers.
Follow these step by step overview videos to get to grips with how MiniLab works.
A first look at MiniLab 3's new features and workflow
Lena introduces you to our universal music-making controller, giving you a guided tour of its fresh features, hidden talents, and the amazing sounds & software it comes with.
Using Analog Lab
See how MiniLab 3 & Analog Lab work as one
Lena explors the seamless link between MiniLab 3 and Analog Lab, our easy-to-use library of award-winning synth & keyboard sounds. Control every aspect of this software with MiniLab 3's flexible controls.
Tips, hacks, and useful info from the pros on how to make your MiniLab work for your creative process.
How To Control Ableton Live
Yetundey shows you how to integrate your MiniLab 3 with Ableton Live, to make the most out of your creative DAW workflow.
How To Control Reason
Yetundey shows you how to integrate your MiniLab 3 with Reason, to make the most out of your creative DAW workflow.
How To Control Bitwig
Yetundey shows you how to integrate your MiniLab 3 with Bitwig, to make the most out of your creative DAW workflow.
How To Control FL Studio
Yetundey shows you how to integrate your MiniLab 3 with FL Studio, to make the most out of your creative DAW workflow.
How To Get Started
Follow Yetunday as she shows you how easy it is to get up and running with MiniLab 3. Register, download & install your software, and start making music in minutes.
How To Use Chord Mode & the Arpeggiator
In this video, Yetunday takes a closer look at MiniLab 3's inspiring chord & melody creation features, making wrong notes a thing of the past and bringing your musical ideas to life.
How To Control External Device
In this video Lena shows you how to control your external synthesizer with MiniLab 3, using its keyboard, faders and knobs to control pitch and various parameters of your instrument's signal path, as well as exploring how to assign CC values with Midi Control Center.
How To Make a Track
Tune in to explore MiniLab 3 music production potential with its awesome software bundle. In this quick video guide, Lena shows you how to use Loopcloud drums, The Gentleman piano, Analog Lab Intro, and finally, MiniLab's 3 features to create your own track from scratch.
Arturia Rendez-vous | MiniLab 3 presentation
with Farès Mezdour
Join Product Manager Farès for an introduction to MiniLab 3, our universal music-making controller, complete with a demo of it's seamless integration with Analog Lab & popular DAWs.
Enhanced features, creative improvements, and performance fixes - MiniLab 3 V1.1 Firmware Update out now & free for MiniLab 3 users.
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