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Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on February 26, 2004, 09:33:59 am
OK guys,

Everybody seems to be willing to give his opinion about the next Arturia synthesizer.
So take this little survey. And don't forget to answer the "essential" question: should Arturia continue to release virtual synths?

;-)
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Banks Fan on February 26, 2004, 08:06:14 pm
Hands up who'd like to see the ARP Pro Soloist added to this list...
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Another Guest on February 27, 2004, 08:27:36 pm
And what about an Elka Synthex? :D
Title: itr is great!!!!!!
Post by: sam on February 28, 2004, 12:16:20 am
keep on bringing them synths back arturia, the best idea ever, i had this idea in the early 90', all synths should be re-created with VSTi's.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on March 01, 2004, 12:45:00 pm
Quote from: "Administrator"
OK guys,

Everybody seems to be willing to give his opinion about the next Arturia synthesizer.
So take this little survey. And don't forget to answer the "essential" question: should Arturia continue to release virtual synths?

;-)


Korg PS-3300, obviously missing from this list!
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: G Rudolph on March 01, 2004, 01:40:23 pm
What a nice companion to the Mg Modular V the  ARP 2600 (http://www.synthmuseum.com/arp/arp260001.html) would be.
Title: The essential question?
Post by: thracks on March 02, 2004, 02:12:27 am
If Arturia were to not continue releasing virtual synths, what would they release? I remember the question of a dedicated hardware box to host the MMV, but the synth would still essentially software. That's a strange question. Are you guys thinking of switching from virtual synths to hair products? I love a quality hair product, but I love the soft-synths more. Maybe something was Lost in Translation.

I've got a really bad Reaktor ensemble of an Arp 2600. The thought of you guys doing it excites me.
Title: Format of design
Post by: nuada on March 08, 2004, 07:01:10 pm
It would be wonderful if you would create a specified "format" of design.
As to this I would like to bring your arpegs. to your attention. Your Mini Mg seems to have the best for my purposes. But what would be ideal is an arpeg with hold, build (as the Mini), traspose in either 1/2 or whole steps in inclusion of octive but also the multi strike of a key - which I have yet to see in any softsynth.
Multi-strike would allow you, for example, to press : c, d, g, d, c, c, g in a build mode.

Then to implement this on all of your machines. The arpeg is what is holding me up from purchase of the CS. I wouldn' even bother with the Mini because I own the Mod V if it weren't for the arpeg.

All and all your Softsynths sound great but I find them undependable to use in live situations because the are so incredibly taxing on the CPU. So working to lower the CPU usage would be the best gift you could give users.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on March 09, 2004, 12:15:14 am
Quote from: "Administrator"
OK guys,

Everybody seems to be willing to give his opinion about the next Arturia synthesizer.
So take this little survey. And don't forget to answer the "essential" question: should Arturia continue to release virtual synths?

;-)
It is a real tossup between the ARP 2600 and the OB-X, but I would like to add another vote for the ARP 2600.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: dr.wackler on March 10, 2004, 05:48:43 pm
I voted for the Matrix/Xpander, having in mind an emulation that should be able to reproduce and import via SysEx the sounds of both the Matrix12/Xpander and the Matrix6/1000.
I still have one Matrix-1000, but would be glad to replace it by software and still use the tons of sounds I've programmed for it.

Second on my list would be the EMS Synthi A(KS), but I'd say leave that one to Gmedia/OhmForce (this time really!).

And MemoryMg was on my dream list back then also, so I wouldn't contemn it...

I don't quite understand the votes for the OB-XA - was there something else than the Van Halen "Jump" brass type sounds that it was capable of?
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: daniel.b on March 19, 2004, 10:08:52 pm
I vote for the OB-XA, but! I think a emulation of the OB-8 would be nicer... :wink:

Daniel
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: kidgloves2 on March 20, 2004, 10:18:09 am
I was thinking OB-8 as well.  8)

Make them all!!!!
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Guest on March 20, 2004, 02:14:16 pm
Definately an Oberheim OBXa or OB8

Especially if you can nail THAT warmth !
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Mr. Minimoog on March 30, 2004, 03:47:52 am
Of course it should be the ARP 2600.  Alot of people have used it.  Stevie Wonder, Jean Michael Jarre, lots more.  I even heard it was used to make the sounds for R2D2 in the first Star Wars movie! :D
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: teoman on March 30, 2004, 12:49:50 pm
I would like to see an Oberheim product from Arturia, either an OB-Xa/8 or a Matrix 12. Another suggestion is Jupiter 8. I will be your first customer if you release these emulations :)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: drbach on March 31, 2004, 04:27:41 pm
Quote from: "Administrator"
OK guys,

Everybody seems to be willing to give his opinion about the next Arturia synthesizer.
So take this little survey. And don't forget to answer the "essential" question: should Arturia continue to release virtual synths?

;-)


Surely Arturia should do that. They make the best work, which I know.

There are a few Synths, I have on my wish-list, in this order:

1) ARP 2600
2) Oberheim (Sound=>OBXA, Versatility=>OB8 or Matrix12)
3) Rhodes Chroma - ELKA Synthex
4) EMS VCS3 (Synthi A)

I hope that Arturia can realize this Synths gradually (and few more).

Daniel
Title: my vote
Post by: guest on April 02, 2004, 09:36:53 pm
1.  ARP
2.  EMS (why not the big one???)
3.  Korg (What about Korg here????, PS3200/3300 are amazing synths!)
4.  Oberheim OB8

Hope to see the new MMV version soon.

ciao, Daniel
Title: Re: my vote
Post by: dr.wackler on April 02, 2004, 10:05:33 pm
Quote from: "guest"

3.  Korg (What about Korg here????, PS3200/3300 are amazing synths!)


Korg and Roland synths are out of discussion because of the restrictive policy that those companies have about emulations of their synths.
Title: Re: my vote
Post by: poropat on April 03, 2004, 06:09:03 am
Quote from: "dr.wackler"
Quote from: "guest"

3.  Korg (What about Korg here????, PS3200/3300 are amazing synths!)


Korg and Roland synths are out of discussion because of the restrictive policy that those companies have about emulations of their synths.


does it mean we never could hope to see a jupiter 8v
from arturia?
Title: Re: my vote
Post by: dr.wackler on April 03, 2004, 04:07:40 pm
Quote from: "poropat"
does it mean we never could hope to see a jupiter 8v
from arturia?


I guess so, unless they are clever enough to avoid to copy the name and the UI design but still market it as a Jupiter-8 emulation.
Title: good reasons
Post by: guest on April 04, 2004, 08:09:27 pm
Hi Dr. wackler´n folks,

no problem! These stupid policy should be a good reason to make a much better EMS or ARP emulation :D

...and dont forget the mmv, best one ever, we are waiting for the enhancements (Ringmodulator is my first, I just saw a "glockenspiel" question here, S&H and so on). Keep hurry!......

Ciao, Daniel
Title: Re: good reasons
Post by: dr.wackler on April 04, 2004, 08:49:07 pm
Quote from: "guest"
Hi Dr. wackler´n folks,

no problem! These stupid policy should be a good reason to make a much better EMS or ARP emulation :Dl


Hehe, good one! I'm in for the EMS! 8)
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: A1ex on April 06, 2004, 04:58:25 pm
I hope Arturia keeps on making many more TAE VSTi's - I would buy them all!!

I'd hope for a Roland MKS-80 emulation (but give us warning so I can ebay my hardware box without losing too much money first!).  :wink:  

IMO the MKS would be better than a super JX - it's more advanced.  I do have a hardware JX also..  

Out of the list, I voted for the Matrix 12.  Definitely another monster synth.  Rhodes Chroma would be nice also.

Most imporant thing: just keep making them!!!
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: drl on April 10, 2004, 06:35:29 pm
Jupiter 8
Title: Next Emulation
Post by: Mackid on April 17, 2004, 03:09:37 am
I would rather see an ARP 2500 emulator than a 2600, alot more sound palette. Also would purchace a Matrix 12/Expander emulator. How about a Buchla or EMU? Too many synths, so little time.
mackid
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: ralf_c on April 17, 2004, 09:43:44 pm
i vote for the arp 2600, if i see it in a store you bet your life i'll claw off the shelf, i would also buy an xpander/matrix emulator for sure.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Spectrum on April 20, 2004, 04:32:59 am
My vote goes to the very popular classic the Jupiter 8.  I'd also like to see something from Sequential Circuits.  But I suppose it'll be the ARP2600 judging by the vote. :sigh:
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on April 23, 2004, 11:21:02 am
>>>Korg and Roland synths are out of discussion because of the restrictive policy that those companies have about emulations of their synths.


Oh come on, man, if Mg is just plain dazzled by the recreation of the MiniMg, I think Roland would be too if their name is linked with the product. Mg even supports the Arturia version!
With the quality of sound Arturia makes its SW-synths, the Jupiter 8 just HAS to recreated in software cos its getting so rare.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on April 23, 2004, 11:36:29 am
JUPITER 8 !!!!
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: dr.wackler on April 23, 2004, 12:06:30 pm
Quote from: "Anonymous"
Quote from: "dr.wackler"
Korg and Roland synths are out of discussion because of the restrictive policy that those companies have about emulations of their synths.



Oh come on, man, if Mg is just plain dazzled by the recreation of the MiniMg, I think Roland would be too if their name is linked with the product. Mg even supports the Arturia version!
With the quality of sound Arturia makes its SW-synths, the Jupiter 8 just HAS to recreated in software cos its getting so rare.


Mg do not do software themselves and seem not to be interested in doing software, while Roland want to establish their own software platform with VariOS, for which they have done two very bad and un-accurate 'emulations' so far, namely the VariOS-303 and the VariOS-8.
They have already told quite a few small companies who did Roland emulations to dicontinue their products (e.g. reFX for the JunoX2); the same for Korg (e.g. the reFX Nexus, which was supposed to be a Wavestation emulation, then turned into Xphrase).
With all that in mind, I guess yours is just wishfull thinking! Like I said before: Arturia would have to be quite clever to on the one hand market e.g. a Jupiter-8 emulation as such, but at the same time not name it similarily and not make it look like a Jupiter. OTOH, since they included it in the poll, what do I know? However, the poll was set up before Roland started searching around the net for companies they could tell off...
Title: whats so amazing
Post by: just another guest on April 24, 2004, 02:54:26 pm
on jupiters?

I think people just going to get in jupiter-hype here.

So, because I am just a little bit to old to get in hype easily, please think if there are no other good synths from cooperative companies.

Forget these braindead roland and korg people and lets enjoy that what we can get.

What about elka synthex or rhodes chroma? They are not so far from jupiters, and why cant a "good" synthex emulation not sound like a jupiter too. Just think of it as an instrument, not a name.

Or write to roland and hear what they say.

Bye, Daniel

....??? have I asked for the mmv update ???......
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on April 25, 2004, 09:23:54 am
What I'd suggest to you ARTURIA developers:

make a faithfully recreated JUPITER-8 emulation but make it even more powerful, give us 12 voices or more (dep on CPU of course), give it a layout that is even more logically arranged than the original JP8, call it something like JT-12 or J-12, recreate all famous Jupiter patches found on the original and more, and RELEASE IT SITO PRESTO !

Here's one customer among many that will rush out to the store to get it !
Title: ems synthi
Post by: poropat on April 26, 2004, 10:24:27 am
It seems strange the vote for EMS synthi stayed so long time
with 0 then suddenly reached 13 this week end.
I think it's a cheat.
Title: It was a tough choice
Post by: rictheobscene on May 03, 2004, 05:38:22 pm
Since I couldn't select all of the options  :D , I had to lean towards the Jup.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on May 19, 2004, 01:05:50 pm
ARP 2600 - plz
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: vic_france on May 19, 2004, 02:55:10 pm
Difficult choice...of course one would like them all:-)

I think its the Matrix12/Expander which makes my mouth water the most.

I'm surprising myself as I write this, but I don't see much point in doing a Chroma (I have one downstairs in my cellar...dead, unfortunately.. and I've loads of sys-ex files for it...I got mine MIDIfied). Sure, it sounds beautiful, but bearing in mind that its control panel is awful (just 52 touch switches, one slider and a 2-digit display), and the fact that all supposedly "continuous" controllers are 8-bit resolution (e.g. the shortest envelope time, other than zero, is about 20ms...nowhere near fine enough!)..for me there's not much point in doing a "faithful" emulation of it... seems to me more like a job for a Reaktor ensemble.

An EMS Synthi A would be great fun ( OMG, I actually *had* one for about 3 months...erm..30 years ago, yikes!!).. but it would definately need an Arturia-style "under-the-hood" type access to a button marked "keep me reasonably in tune, please!", or at least a variable parameter to select the length of time before the tuning rendered it unplayable!:-))

Yep, more I think about it, Matrix12/Expander it is!:-)
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on May 28, 2004, 09:59:25 am
Is Arp 2600 so different than an Odyysey which has a nice emulation from Gmedia?. I vote for Jup8 and Ob-Xa.
Title: Something different
Post by: RandomElement on May 28, 2004, 10:55:57 am
There are so many soft synths that cover the same ground. I would like to see something different along the lines of the Waldorf Microwave, or even better, the brilliantly conceived (but poorly executed) Ensoniq Fizmo.

Wavetable synthesis opens vast new worlds to explore not covered by "standard" subtractive synthesis.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on May 28, 2004, 03:41:57 pm
Quote from: "Anonymous"
Is Arp 2600 so different than an Odyysey which has a nice emulation from Gmedia?. I vote for Jup8 and Ob-Xa.
:lol:

The arp 2600 is really unique, it's good to have the odyssey and the 2600
the same as a Mg modular and a miniMg.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Anonymous on May 31, 2004, 12:31:45 pm
Quote from: "Anonymous"
Quote from: "Anonymous"
Is Arp 2600 so different than an Odyysey which has a nice emulation from Gmedia?. I vote for Jup8 and Ob-Xa.
:lol:

The arp 2600 is really unique, it's good to have the odyssey and the 2600
the same as a Mg modular and a miniMg.


I am no expert on Arp synths, but as far as I know 2600 has three oscillators in contrast to two oscillator Odyssey, both having similar circuitry. But let me repeat, I am no expert on this, so if the 2600 has something special, then I would also like to have it in addition to my Oddity. But still I strongly want to play emulations of Ob-Xa and Jup-8.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: PCVR1011 on August 18, 2004, 08:51:46 pm
Quote from: "Banks Fan"
Hands up who'd like to see the ARP Pro Soloist added to this list...


You can buy a real Pro-Soloist for about the same price as a VST.

My vote goes to the 2600, or a Quadra.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: PCVR1011 on August 18, 2004, 08:52:32 pm
Quote from: "Banks Fan"
Hands up who'd like to see the ARP Pro Soloist added to this list...


You can buy a real Pro-Soloist for about the same price as a VST.

My vote goes to the 2600, or a Quadra.
Title: OBXa
Post by: Anonymous on August 19, 2004, 03:52:39 pm
My vote goes for the OBXa, my all time favorite polyphonic!

It would be really nice to see some Oberheim in the VST world someday   :D
Title: OBXa
Post by: Anonymous on August 19, 2004, 04:01:16 pm
My vote goes for the OBXa, my all time favorite polyphonic!

It would be really nice to see some Oberheim in the VST world someday   :D
Title: OBXa
Post by: Anonymous on August 19, 2004, 04:01:32 pm
My vote goes for the OBXa, my all time favorite polyphonic!

It would be really nice to see some Oberheim in the VST world someday   :D
Title: how about
Post by: Hotrock on August 28, 2004, 12:25:19 pm
Why not create a strictly Arturia synth concieved of ALL the best features from all the top synths? Arturia are unique in actually listening to its customers and the wish lists speak volumes here. Emulions of existing synths are great but you have the power and talent to build one hell of a beast in one unit. Go on Arturia, kick all opposition where it hurts and release the Arturia Wishsynth!

By the way MMV2? WICKED!
Title: how about
Post by: Hotrock on August 28, 2004, 12:25:41 pm
Why not create a strictly Arturia synth concieved of ALL the best features from all the top synths? Arturia are unique in actually listening to its customers and the wish lists speak volumes here. Emulions of existing synths are great but you have the power and talent to build one hell of a beast in one unit. Go on Arturia, kick all opposition where it hurts and release the Arturia Wishsynth!

By the way MMV2? WICKED!
Title: how about
Post by: Hotrock on August 28, 2004, 12:29:09 pm
Why not create a strictly Arturia synth concieved of ALL the best features from all the top synths? Arturia are unique in actually listening to its customers and the wish lists speak volumes here. Emulions of existing synths are great but you have the power and talent to build one hell of a beast in one unit. Go on Arturia, kick all opposition where it hurts and release the Arturia Wishsynth!

By the way MMV2? WICKED!
Title: Vote Obie
Post by: Humble Guest on August 30, 2004, 10:05:37 pm
I agree with many of the comments already made here about Roland and Korg. Neither will ever let their products be "softsynthed", no matter how good the emulation, as they are big enough that they would rather do a "less good" imitation and milk their old glory for all it is worth.

Sad but true, so no Jupiters, PS 3X00 or the like....

The key is to find a unique instrument to emulate, or emulate something in a manner which it has not been done before.

One big hole in the industry remains the simple big american polysynth. The Prophet has been emulated, but IMHO not as well as it could have been, and certainly not with the typical refinements which Arturia does so well (the extensive modulation routings etc.).

Personally, I am still waiting for someone to give me a sound that will actually allow me to leave my OB-8 at home for my next gig (and believe me, as I get older, size and weight is becoming an issue!!). Overall, I think the Oberheim sound is where Arturia should go next.

With that in mind, everyone is revved up on the Oberheim Xpander. What is good about this instrument is NOT its sound generation technology (lower class of Curtis chips), but its extensive modulation routings and filter choices. The true "Oberheim" sound lies in the OB-X through OB-8 synthesizers, and owes a lot to good engineering, and good quality chips.

Why not develop an instrument based on the sound generation technology of the OB series (fast "hardware" envelopes, higher quality Curtis-style oscillators and filters, simple "panel" routing options), and build in the modulation routings and additional filter settings of the Xpander (also capable with the better filter chips, with a little work!) lying in behind?

Essentially, what you would have is an instrument capable of producing typical OB series sounds (big brass, lush strings, fat bass, searing leads), but can also produce the complexity of sound from the Xpander. Trust me, if money and hardware size were no object, I'm sure the lads at Oberheim would have built the Xpander out of the higher grade chips!!

You could even have the software version read sysex data from the Xpander/Matrix series, although the sound would definitely be "fuller" than the original if an A/B comparison was done....

The CS is the ultimate in Japanese analog polys, now lets get a big unwieldly american model in there!! (and no, I'm not from the US!)

Keep it up Arturia!!
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: overflow on September 01, 2004, 08:19:15 am
ARP 2600 please !!!

thank you,
overflow.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: overflow on September 01, 2004, 08:19:42 am
ARP2600 please !!!

thank you,
overflow.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: overflow on September 01, 2004, 08:20:13 am
My vote for ARP2600.

o.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: overflow on September 01, 2004, 08:25:19 am
arp 2600 please!

thank you,
o.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: overflow on September 02, 2004, 07:56:11 am
My vote for Arp 2600.

o.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Boulotaur2024 on March 15, 2006, 07:34:33 pm
I mentionned this idea in another thread, but I'm going to reiterate : wouldn't it be possible for Arturia to make a "cs-80v pack" featuring a dedicated polyaftertouch keyboard ?

I know it may sound silly, but where the actual cs-80 shone was in the performance controls, no synth has ever been -still today- as expressive as the cs-80v, partly thanks to polyphonic aftertouch.

So the emulation done with cs-80v may be great, but we're actually losing one tremendously important feature that contributed to make the essence of the original !

Quote
The weighted keyboard's velocity [of the cs-80] could control amplitude, filter cutoff and a special pitch envelope whilst the keyboard's totally polyphonic aftertouch could control amplitude, filter cutoff, the pulse width LFO and the main LFO's speed and depth.

Polyphonic aftertouch is something that has to be used to be believed.
Basically, the aftertouch is available independently for each voice so you can hold down a chord and swell just one note in by pressing harder on one key (unlike conventional aftertouch where doing the same would affect all voices equally).

One of the CS80's most famous users, Vangelis, used this to great effect in his music and you can hear it all over the sound track he wrote for the film Blade Runner and is a trademark sound in much of his music.

Source (http://www.hollowsun.com/donations/cs80/)
Title: What we really want are the ones with legal issues!!!
Post by: Man-Machine on April 19, 2006, 04:25:22 pm
Arturia should continue on emulating great vintage synthesizer emulations but the problem is that the next most desireable ones have legal issues preventing them from happening (Korgs, Rolands and Oberheims). Luckily Korg themselves emulated some of theirs but there's still a big gap in the VST world for those Rolands and Oberheim type of sounds.

I guess I'd pick any nice monosynth next, like a SCI Pro-One. It would have to sound big and thick though like the hardware counterpart.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: omissis on April 19, 2006, 05:02:00 pm
Quote
Arturia should continue on emulating great vintage synthesizer emulations but the problem is that the next most desireable ones have legal issues preventing them from happening (Korgs, Rolands and Oberheims). Luckily Korg themselves emulated some of theirs but there's still a big gap in the VST world for those Rolands and Oberheim type of sounds.


Has Elka SYNTHEX any legal issue?? I don't think so, nor the developer ( Mr. Maggi ) has  :wink:
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Man-Machine on April 19, 2006, 06:58:44 pm
That's probably the most desirable polysynth of the legally possible ones  but I just need an emulation of a big monosynth sound. I just don't think the MiniMg V can quite compete with the hardware counterpart yet. Perhaps in the next update Arturia??? I compared it's 3 OSC fullness against my 2 OSC Pro-One and it didn't cut it. I wonder what a real 3 OSC Mini would do...
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: poropat on April 20, 2006, 02:00:53 am
Quote
Has Elka SYNTHEX any legal issue?? I don't think so, nor the developer ( Mr. Maggi ) has


Right Max, so we keep on Synthex for the next one,
but after they correct every bugs and improve everything
on the previous Vst's :D
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: omissis on April 20, 2006, 12:11:26 pm
They MUST do it, I entered more than 50 bug reports since December, and this is only for the CS80V!!!!!

 :evil:  :evil:  :evil:
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Man-Machine on April 20, 2006, 04:47:03 pm
So what's the official word on these product updates? Are they working on them? In another forum, months ago, they mentioned they were working on updates for several products but then, all of a suddent the Prophet V comes out?!? It's nice that they have this array of products but to me is always QUALITY OVER QUANTITY. I want Arturia synths to be the final word on emulation...
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: poropat on December 01, 2006, 02:05:47 pm
I agree.
The "release and forget" strategy seems not to be the most proper.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: justin_havu on February 05, 2007, 04:46:23 am
I'd like to see an EML Electrocomp 101 or a MiniKorg emulation.  I used to own the actual synths, but both died about 6 years ago.
I'd also like to see a good TR808 emulation as well.
Title: Next Synth?
Post by: Christophe on February 05, 2007, 11:34:06 pm
I'd be happy to see their support site up and running at the moment!  I'm still struggling to get MMV 2 running again since installing the 2.2 update has rendered it unusable for the last few days. :-(

But for a next softsynth?  Let's go completely blue sky and go for a Buchla Modular.
Title: Matrix-1000/Roland U-110
Post by: DavidKowalski on March 08, 2007, 03:17:04 pm
Looks like this thread isn't too active right now but I'd also put in a vote for the Matrix-1000 (although I have to say that, after nearly 20 years, my M-1000 is still working flawlessly).  I'd also like to see a Roland U-110/U-220.
Title: the next one?
Post by: endedup on March 19, 2007, 12:09:08 am
Should Arturia continue to release new virtual synths? No! At this juncture, the end user market is saturated with virtual Synths.  

The Mg V, ARP 2600V and other Arturia Soft synthesizers have made a significant contribution to electronic music, and to date, enjoyed symbiotic functions! User feedback has played a roll in future software designs for Arturia; and the musician in return, gets emulation software that allows for realistic analogue synthesis. Arturia software allows the user to design or modify a sound. So for now, it’s an all win situation for both the musician and Arturia.  But, why continue to design emulation software in a market that’s saturated with emulation Synths. ?  Moving into the hardware arena is one possible solution, another would be to address sound modification by designing software that either emulates, or is unique in the current sound modification arena.  Perhaps designing a control device that made musical sense would be a good direction too.  

Western music theory can, and in my opinion, should be studied by engineers. For example: Schillingers “theory of interference” is a good starting point for software engineers who want to design a sequencer with poly-rhythmic potential. Schillinger is not easy reading, but C++ without a defined direction is useless.  Intuitive design and user feed back helps, but it isn’t always realistic. Personally I’d like to see Arturas efforts directed towards new unexplored soft/hardware design.
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: Gramarye on April 08, 2007, 05:55:22 pm
Of COURSE Arturia should continue to develop virtual instruments.  It's what they do and they do it well.  There are many great analog synths out there that haven't been emulated yet and it seems most developers are creating "new" synths rather than porting vintage to virtual.
IMO the concept or Origin is a good direction for Arturia and the industry.  Although it'll be out of my price range  I'm certain there'll be a large market for self-contained vintage emulators.....especially if it is expandable to future developed synths.  What's not to like?
As far as what I personally would like to see next in virtual conversion (since J8 has just been done) - my vote is for the Obie Matrix.

Peace,

Dave
Title: The Next One ?
Post by: semtek on April 08, 2007, 11:28:44 pm
How about some arturia drum machine emulations? or ever since i got rid of my jomox airbase have been missing something truly out of the ordinary percussion wise.

And how about some emulated fx, eg roland space echo, vintage chorus units...

+ the obie x of course
Title: drum machine emulations
Post by: masterhiggins on March 10, 2008, 07:47:07 pm
I agree with adding drum machine emulation!  So far, I've come across a lot of terrible-sounding virtual drum machines and have never been satisfied with the sound and have thus been forced to use samples.  Everything from Ultrabeat to Waldorf Attack has horrific aliasing properties.  The closest I've come to finding a decent-sounding virtual drum machine are the products offered by D16.  But when you actually listen to the comparison, the high end is still muddy.

I believe that Arturia could really make THE definitive drum emulation.  Perhaps Jomox, or Linn, or Vermona...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: geiger167 on June 20, 2008, 11:15:33 pm
I would really love to see a proper emulation of the Sequential Circuits Pro-One. Ten thousand made and much beloved of the the synth legends of the eighties. Vince Clark used one to make every sound on the Yazoo classic Only You and the synth is featured very heavily on the Upstairs At Erics album and You and Me Both. Currently there is a old freeware vst version (which isn't mac compatible) a Reaktor version (which is nearly there but not quite lol) and a Creamware emulation which is only available with their own hardware but is supposed to be very authentic. Cant afford to buy a hardware one as they have rocketed in price. Synth is monophonic, has a truly brutal filter, and makes bass and brass sounds of orgasmic quality. You can get similar sounds with the Prophet V and the Pro53 emulations, but they just dont cut through the same way so my vote goes to PRO-ONE :)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: jauqq on June 22, 2008, 09:05:02 pm
Please use your existing relationship with Roland and make a Roland D50, combined with a JD800/JD990 synth.
If you could rmake such a synth similar to how Korg produced the excellent Wavestation + M1 softsynths with all the cards, waveforms etc, it would be great!!!!!  ;D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: slammah2012 on June 22, 2008, 11:36:02 pm
How about a soft synth version of the Origin...... ;D
With the CS80 Filter Modules,Prophet modules ,Jupiter modules,and Add some Oberheim modules as well.......throw it into a 3 tier frame like the Yamaha GX-1 was.....
2  Poly-synths tiers with a mono synth tier...
(http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~jeffiseverywhere/yamaha-gx1-1.JPG)
(http://frank.gadgetland.net/images/sections/electone/GX1.jpg)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: omissis on June 30, 2008, 08:34:49 pm
Laurie, a GX1 :o ?

That's 4 CS80Vs without aftertouch  ;D ;D ! Yeah, seriously, how is Arturia supposed to reproduce the side aftertouch of the mini keyboard, for example? Or the knee lever ? Let us make them work on the CS80V  :) to fix what is fixable (whenever they'll find the time to do so ???)...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Kobilica on July 01, 2008, 01:20:26 am
Maybe it's not classic and listed here, but I find it rare and monster synth...

Alesis Andromeda A6

Real Analog controled by Digital , very heavy , digital filters sadly , very gorgeous sounding.

Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: TiUser on July 03, 2008, 10:11:45 am
Arturia, I have just one wish for the next releases, make all your great synths simply working proper and hassle free. Please don't do anything new on top before that.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: gennargiu on February 20, 2009, 11:17:46 am
emulation of ems vcs 3 or ems synthi a and for digital emulation i prefer roland d 50 synth
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: dan lava on March 13, 2009, 10:15:25 am
i am waiting for elka synthex and roland d50 and ems vcs 3
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Sweep on March 13, 2009, 11:34:15 am
I'm not sure if a VCS3 would be legally possible, with Robin Wood and Ludwig Rehberg still making them.

If it is, I'd love to see how Arturia would develop the idea. Probably variable filter types. The ability to draw your own waveforms as with the 2600V would be wonderful. If an Arturia emulation had that as well as the usual three oscillators there'd be no doubt in my mind about buying it, although I already have Ludwig Rehberg's software version.

A sinewave on oscillator three would be a good addition as well.

But better still would be a double EMS. The basic EMS design is great, but a little frustrating because of the limitations. David Vorhaus and Tim Blake both had double synthis. Vorhaus' synthi was basically just two VCS3s with the matrix boards wired together, but Tim Blake's had some extra refinements.

Note to Arturia: if you ever want to consider modelling a double EMS synthi, I can provide more info, and ask the current owner of Tim Blake's double about its availability for modelling.
Title: EMS VCS3
Post by: bdhm on June 06, 2009, 01:30:46 pm
i am waiting for elka synthex and roland d50 and ems vcs 3

hi,
this can be the solution:

"XILS-lab announces the XILS 3"
"The XILS 3 is an exciting new matrix style virtual modular synthesizer. Based on the architecture of the legendary EMS VCS3 synth".

http://www.xils-lab.com/

best regards,
bd
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Sweep on June 06, 2009, 02:18:34 pm
Thanks, that looks very interesting, especially considering who's on the production team.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Sweep on July 17, 2009, 03:38:54 am
Actually, just in case it's of any interest, I recorded a piece of music with the new XILS 3 (see the posts immediately above this one).  It's called Zylis and can be heard on my website at -

http://sweep.infinite9ths.com

There's an Arturia MiniMg V on there as well, doing the lead line that starts at about 48 seconds. The rest is XILS sounds, but sampled and played from a Vsynth and Direct Wave sampler as well as being played direct from the software running on the computer. A Lexicon signal processor was used as well. But it does give quite a good impression of how the XILS 3 can sound. EMS-type modulated sounds aren't as well represented in the presets as they might have been, so I created some for this piece.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Gothboy on July 23, 2009, 03:49:14 pm
Personally as an Arp fan I'd like to see a Quadra!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: jauqq on August 28, 2009, 01:54:49 pm
You've already established a link with Roland, so build upon that!!

A JD990, D50 synth with all the expansion cards, and ability to load sysex legacy patches. As what Korg did for the Wavestation and M1.

Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: alain67 on September 09, 2009, 10:22:36 am
id vote for a virtual analog studio emulation
where you have modular (clocks cv triggers) analog and early digital drummachines that you can hook up to modularV
sequencer or patch into the 2600V, where you have tapesimulations ,good sounding phasers (i have yet to hear a good phaser emulation) 
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: paulsteinway@paulsteinway on November 23, 2009, 10:09:17 pm
MemoryMg. I used to have one and made the mistake of selling it 19 years ago. It had Curtiss VCO chips that sounded beautiful.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: SWANG on December 18, 2009, 06:18:51 am
do you know why there are so many clavinet vsti emulations on the market?


















...neither do i.  ;D


arturia could do it the RIGHT way and make it sound authentic.  i've heard logic's clavinet, and it isn't bad.  nevertheless, i think if the clav can be emulated by anyone, it would be you guys...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Andrew on January 06, 2010, 10:32:28 pm
I think that it's time for new synth from Arturia, I vote for this fat monster:
                   
                                    Arp (Rhodes) Chroma

http://www.youtube.com/user/NonDigitalTom#p/u/3/WDbz-1RBLmU
http://www.youtube.com/user/NonDigitalTom#p/u/2/kj8b3pRc9ko
http://www.youtube.com/user/NonDigitalTom#p/u/1/2zdHdhkt8oc
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: jauqq on February 03, 2010, 09:36:37 pm
You still looking to develop new emulations?
Elka Synthex...
Roland D50 and JD990... (not enough emulations of these old S+S synths around)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: ziro on March 06, 2010, 04:39:22 am
Oberheim Xpander  ;)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: bdhm on April 03, 2010, 03:26:38 pm
hi,

also XILS-LAB did again a very nice one:

http://www.xils-lab.com/pages/PolyKB.html

for Arturia: I would wish to have a fair light emulation.

best wishes,
bd
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: gilleslacaud on April 26, 2010, 03:54:04 pm
Le Prochain.

Comment choisir ? Apres avoir fait les synthétiseurs de références vus sur toute les scènes tels que le Jupiter8 , Le Phophet 5, le MiniMg et les synthes que l’on voit moins mais que l’on entend tout autant tel le que l’ARP2600, le CS80 et le Mg modular lequel sera le suivant.
Par élimination je dirais que tout ce qui est postérieur aux Roland D50 est hors sujet en termes de « TRUE ANALOG EMULATION ». En terme de marque pourquoi faire un Juno106 si on a fait un Jupiter8 pourquoi faire un MicroMg si on a un MiniMg…
En terme de TAE je dirais que tout les claviers genre Mellotron et Clavinet sont out
L’histoire des synthétiseurs est parsème de machine mystiques qui aurait put être des succès commerciaux mais le monstre DX7 a tout bouscule et avec ses problème de conception le RSF Polykobol n’a pas eu le temps de prouver son potentiel. Effectivement c’était un bon choix pour the Next One. Dans les grandes marques il reste KORG, le monopoly par son architecture de 4 pour1 pourrait faire un autre « Next One » mais peut être manque il de notoriété et de plus Korg emule deja Cette machine. Mais il reste aussi un grand vide coté Oberheim donc OB-8 ou OBx.
Dans le hybrides combinant des formes d’ondes PCM il semble que le Korg DW8000 est plein de promesse mais la on sort du Vintage. Sinon il reste un choix mais ou il faut faire face a un concurrent VST : l’OSCar. De plus l'apport de ce genre de machine hybrides au sein de l'origin permet d'élargir ces possibilitées sonores.Dans les machines à fortes notoriété et malgré la présente de deux synthés de cette marque je citerais le PolyMg et le MemoryMg.
Et en joker l’ARP Quadra
Donc en termes de sons, de notoriété, possibilités, concurrence, utilisation de la TAE je dirais :

L’OSCar

Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: holografique on July 19, 2010, 01:50:15 pm
I'm laughing at those requesting a Roland D-50/JD990? really? Cmon guys...If you want to sound like the late 80's then buy any Rompler on the market today. The only thing special about the D-50 were the waveforms, other than that the digital synthesis engine was crap.

personally, I'd love to see the Oberheim Xpander. Simply one of the last hallmark analog synths of it's time. And it amazes me that still to this day, not a single company has attempted to do a full on recreation of it.

bring it on Artruria!!! :)

-o
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: codevyper on July 25, 2010, 08:45:11 pm
They have covered Roland, Yamaha, Sequential Circuits, Mg and ARP. The next logical step is to cover Oberheim! It too was a quintessential keyboard in it's day and used on hundereds of recordings. It's sounds also shaped the sound of rock/pop music of it's day and it is every bit as legendary as the synths Arturia has already covered!

In my stable of soft synths that I use on gigs I of course have the OPX PRO and I like it, but with TAE I think Arturia could easily knock this one out of the park! Perhaps an X/XA/Matrix combination like the Prophet V/VS. I don't know if there were different Curtis CEM chips in each, if not then just a Matrix 12 would be awesome!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Gothboy on February 01, 2011, 06:41:10 pm
Arp Quadra....they are so rare it would be great to actually get my hands on one in soft form.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Koshdukai on February 02, 2011, 03:06:49 pm
L’OSCar
hmmm... we already have GForce's ImpOSCar very good emulation of OSCar (I own it).

Having NI's excellent FM8 covering the DX7'ish side of softsynths and Korg's own Legacy MS-20, Polysix and MonoPoly (which I own too, btw), I would guess that Oberheim would be a good bet.


But... the one synth I would love to have as a softsynth is really
the old and very rare Technos Acxel Resynthesizer (http://www.synthtopia.com/content/2007/06/26/technos-acxel-resynthesizer/) ;D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Undercoverman on February 11, 2011, 02:49:59 am
The answer is simple.

The Roland System 700.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: RossoRacer on February 15, 2011, 08:30:36 pm
Simple...E-Mu Audity, the maddest analogue synthesiser ever made - 3 TG's, 2 VCA's, HPF, LPF and 6 VCO's on each voice. Only one ever built.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: DrJustice on February 18, 2011, 03:24:18 pm
A hardware Spark!!!

Just put a Tigersharc and some CODECs in there.....  ;)

DJ
--
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Oscurio on February 23, 2011, 06:55:59 pm
What about the EMS Synthi?
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: doperdeluxe on March 06, 2011, 12:02:38 pm
An Oberheim 4 voice (absolute classic) with the programmer, play modes etc would be really cool

You could also possibly have variations on the SEM theme, like single SEM, the 2 voice (with sequencer), the 4 voice & even the 8 voice

You could even mix and match the various modules & offer it as an FX plugin & a CV in/out matrix..

I'm actually quite surprised Arturia haven't picked up on this yet - it would fit in very well with the vintage collection
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: GeeBee on May 24, 2011, 11:22:18 am
Le champ se réduit.

XILS a fait le polykobol et le XILS 3 (émulation plus ou moins déguisée du VCS3).
l'OP-X qui émule l'Oberheim OB-X existe mais je ne sais pas ce qu'il vaut.
l'OSCar a son émulation impOSCar de très bonne facture.

Peut-être l'ARP Quadra serait une solution effectivement. Ou un Syntorchestra. Ce genre de synthés Bass+String+Lead. Ca nécessiterait une bonne section effet (chorus/ensemble et phaser de qualité)...

On peut penser au RMI Synthesizer, synthèse additive. Utilisé sur Oxygène.

Ou un truc genre VP330, un synthé pour strings/choeurs, vocoder.

On peut imaginer qu'Arturia reproduise des synthés plus simples, genre Arp Axxe / SC Pro One / Micro Mg, pour faire de l'entré de gamme (synthé brut sans effet) qui serait accessible à moins de 70 euros et pas trop gourmand en ressource.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: HerrFrey on May 24, 2011, 02:30:56 pm
An emulation of SPARK!  ;D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Koshdukai on May 24, 2011, 03:24:36 pm
An emulation of SPARK!  ;D

Spark as a standalone unit (i.e. 100% hardware) would be nice... dunno about the price of such a thing though :/
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: matt1314 on July 30, 2011, 01:58:12 pm
I would like to see more vintage synths like the Oberheim OB-X(a) or the MemoryMg. Actually, there is already an OB-X emulation, the OP-X PRO-II by SonicProjects. It's really good in my opinion.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: kendallpetty7334 on November 12, 2011, 11:19:49 am
It seems that EMS Synthi is having a good vote..
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: alexmarie on December 02, 2011, 07:50:40 am
I would like to see ARP Pro Soloist added in the list too.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Amy on January 12, 2012, 10:15:23 am
I'm new to this stuff and I'll vote for Oberheim Matrix/Expander.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: lady1234 on May 10, 2012, 09:32:36 am
i think OB-8
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on July 08, 2012, 01:53:23 pm
Korg MS 20 with SQ 10 Sequencer
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on July 08, 2012, 08:54:53 pm
Also, how about a V Minibrute?

Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on July 09, 2012, 10:18:09 pm
Voyetra-8

The list is endless
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: lyford on July 11, 2012, 05:06:39 am
Casio CZ-1000?  Don't hate...  ;D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on July 31, 2012, 01:27:43 pm
Yamaha GX-1 with accompanying 3 tier hardware controller  ;D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on July 31, 2012, 01:37:56 pm
It seems that EMS Synthi is having a good vote..

http://www.xils-lab.com/pages/XILS-3.html

Both companies are less than 3 km from each other and with a surpassingly similar bank and preset GUI so I wouldn't hold your breath for an Arturia VCS 3 :)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Plank on August 01, 2012, 09:11:07 pm
I'd like to see the following........
ARP Quadra
OB-8/X-Pander/Matrix 12, (like they did with the Pro5-VS)
Rhodes Chroma/Chroma Polarus, (like they did with the Pro5-VS)
Full ARP 2500 with wings & twin keys.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: OneLittleFonzie on August 10, 2012, 12:11:22 pm
Oberheim Matrix 12
Korg PS3100/3200/3300

All 4 of them pretty unique
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Plank on August 19, 2012, 07:50:24 pm
Roland D-50 MEX, Juno-106 & JX-10????
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: kingdubrock on August 21, 2012, 10:52:08 pm
Between the ones they have and those that are available elsewhere I think its WAY more important that Arturia redo some of their code.

I have yet to get Analog Factory to not crash on my Mac. I bought it but dont even have it installed because of this. And its even worse with the latest update.

The LFOs should be switchable between continuous and gate on the Modular.

Much better and more flexible library menus/maintenance

It would be awesome to see an effects version of the SEM filter. Its very unique and not available anywhere else.

Larger GUI

Polyrythmic Step Sequencer like Tremor has

Most importantly they have to catch up (to U-he ideally, or DCAM) with oversampling, filter quality and envelope design.

If they did this, it would be like a new lease on life for the line.

Great synths generally but losing ground and marketshare by the minute for these reasons.


As for another synth, i would almost be annoyed if they made one without doing these updates first, but a relaunch with these updates and a  Buchla with U-He quality would put them back on top again.

Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: sunypol12 on October 25, 2012, 01:05:59 pm
What would be ideal is an arpeg with hold, build (as the Mini), traspose in either 1/2 or whole steps in inclusion of octive  scottsdaledigitalagency (http://www.scottsdaledigitalagency.com/) but also the multi strike of a key - which I have yet to see in any softsynth.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Paladin6169 on November 27, 2012, 10:32:25 pm
Synthex
Title: My request is the PolyMg
Post by: pedrosura on January 27, 2013, 03:35:40 am
My vote is for the polyMg..
Why? What kill the polyMg was the stability and maintenance. If Arturia made a
Software version, that would not e a problem.  it could add fx, modulation , starting presets and you could end up with a vst that could produce a wide variety of very warm sounds. The real concept behind the synth would still be unique in 2013. Come on Arturia!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: macmusic78 on March 15, 2013, 06:41:20 pm
i wish for fairlight or emulator 2 - something very different
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: MarkBog on April 13, 2013, 05:25:35 pm
Ditto the last post.  The UVI versions are way overpriced.

Also, would love to Arturia make a run at a Yamaha DX emulation.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: bacizone on May 04, 2013, 11:19:00 am
Roland System 100 Modular!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: kcearl on May 10, 2013, 03:26:52 pm
Tronsonic just release a brilliant system 100 library for kontakt...one of their best
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: SE-Noises on June 28, 2013, 09:16:50 am
I'd really love to work a ROLAND System 700 (not the lab one the full one!) virtualised by ARTURIA

ARTURIA might also realise wonderful virtualisations of:
RSF Kobol
OBERHEIM OB-Xa
SCI Pro-One
SYNTON Syrinx
Mg MemoryMg
STEINER-PARKER Synthacon (or maybe Synthasystem Modular)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on June 29, 2013, 01:33:48 am
Between the ones they have and those that are available elsewhere I think its WAY more important that Arturia redo some of their code.

I have yet to get Analog Factory to not crash on my Mac. I bought it but dont even have it installed because of this. And its even worse with the latest update.

The LFOs should be switchable between continuous and gate on the Modular.

Much better and more flexible library menus/maintenance

It would be awesome to see an effects version of the SEM filter. Its very unique and not available anywhere else.

Larger GUI

Polyrythmic Step Sequencer like Tremor has

Most importantly they have to catch up (to U-he ideally, or DCAM) with oversampling, filter quality and envelope design.

If they did this, it would be like a new lease on life for the line.

Great synths generally but losing ground and marketshare by the minute for these reasons.


As for another synth, i would almost be annoyed if they made one without doing these updates first, but a relaunch with these updates and a  Buchla with U-He quality would put them back on top again.


Good post, although there's many people with many different experiences. Although I've had teething problems, i'm finding them pretty stable currently. But i agree generally on your post, a revisit of certain aspects would be worth it before even thinking about more stuff
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: kcearl on August 05, 2013, 07:33:08 am
NI Massive  ;D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: George Ware on September 07, 2013, 09:55:34 pm
Here is my wish.
Memory Mg
Mg Source
Rhodes Chroma & Chroma Polaris
Roland D50/70
Roland SH-101
Roland Juno-106
Oberheim OB-Xa
Arp Odyssey
Korg M1
Korg Mono/Poly
Korg Poly 61
Waldorf Microwave XTk
Nord Lead

George Ware
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: beoleTM on September 08, 2013, 08:55:10 am
I really would like a Emulation of the PolyMg or Yamaha CS-30!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: frequencyfuct on September 20, 2013, 02:54:47 am
I believe it should be like the Future Retros "Revolution/the orb" synth/sequencer.  or it should have features of that and poss a Kilpatrick K4815 Pattern Generator Phrase Sequencer  but with the arturia spin of course.
it deff has to have a loop function and remix.
multiple patterns & a cv gate with midi in/out/thru
usb and 1/4" line in out & headphones, and oh yeah USB!!!
and a dsp processor would be nice.

make it a virtual hard/soft synth sequencing software & instrument combo.
and yeah now u can compete with Elektron, other rising analog companies

I love arturia and have purchased many instruments and I love them and what they offer, but there are some companies that many pros are looking at.
thanks guys and ur doing a great job at arturia.
Frequencyfuct
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: frequencyfuct on October 01, 2013, 09:01:04 pm
Yes, Arturia should deff keep releasing synth VST's.. I feel its almost their duty.
you guys should offer a arturia liscensing pack. buy once and get free upgrades and vst synths for life.. :)
I currently own 3 products from Arturia.
the Spark, the Lab, and keylab.
storm hasn't made the cut yet.. sorry.
and how can I become a beta tester...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: frequencyfuct on October 01, 2013, 09:10:23 pm
Any chance arturia can make a VST of "the Origin" and charge $300 for it that would be kewl
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: ultrasonic on October 18, 2013, 03:28:14 pm
The synth that most threw me down ever by it's sound quality and possibilities is the Oberheim Xpander. Could never afford it...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Lottie on January 30, 2014, 09:11:49 am
Why not a Yamaha DX7? But, my dream was an Oberheim.. Now I dream of Fairlight and sampling..
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: ncapone on February 21, 2014, 04:49:33 pm
Yamaha DX7
String ensemble like Crumar Perfomer
Roland Juno
TB 303
Jupiter 6
Jupiter 4
Fairlight CMI
Korg Polysix
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Lottie on February 24, 2014, 12:20:44 pm
Hi Arturia and music lovers!
I have another suggestion.. Why not the mellotron?? I guess and think it would be great in an Arturia version!! And I also saw that there are others that wants the Fairlight (CMI) and Yamaha DX7.. But since Arturia already have the CS-80, I guess it's out of question.. Keep up the good work!! Musically yours Lottie (Karlstad, Sweden)
Title: Re: My request is the PolyMg
Post by: Lottie on March 10, 2014, 12:48:45 pm
My request is the PolyMg

Hi Mg and Arturia friend!
Have you seen the Mini V and Modular V? You can run run them polyphonic if you want to. There's no need for the PolyMg. Hope you don't get too disapointed. Lottie (in Karlstad, Sweden)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: a-user on April 29, 2014, 10:12:16 pm
hello,

now when the vox organ is near i like to see an string synth next. like solina, arp, farfisa....

Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: kcearl on August 07, 2014, 05:33:40 pm
hello,

now when the vox organ is near i like to see an string synth next. like solina, arp, farfisa....

This...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Amalgamoth on September 08, 2014, 08:28:46 am
I don't think a Fairlight CMI emulation would make much sense, since you can already download it as a Vogel CMI app. I have a light version on my iPad mini. Although I can't use it in combination with my Arturia controller (not having its driver installed on it) I think the app makes an Arturia emulation not very urgent.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: studio-kiel on November 13, 2014, 09:52:22 am
THE NEXT SHOULD BE FIXING YOUR CURRENT PRODUCTS LIKE "SPARK"!!!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Bendi64 on December 11, 2014, 02:33:53 pm
ARP PRO-DGX.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on December 15, 2014, 10:42:53 am
Hi Arturia and music lovers!
I have another suggestion.. Why not the mellotron?? I guess and think it would be great in an Arturia version!! And I also saw that there are others that wants the Fairlight (CMI) and Yamaha DX7.. But since Arturia already have the CS-80, I guess it's out of question.. Keep up the good work!! Musically yours Lottie (Karlstad, Sweden)

Yes, the white 400 would be a logical thing for arturia to do, there are however lots of decent emulations out there, not least from your countrymen; those clever boys at Propellerheads ;)

Thanks, Stuart
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Bugs on January 05, 2015, 05:00:42 am
hello,

now when the vox organ is near i like to see an string synth next. like solina, arp, farfisa....
The arpeg is what is holding me up from purchase of the CS.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on January 09, 2015, 03:38:28 pm
I love either of the Oberheim's, but I wouldn't mind seeing the Juno-106 on that list too!
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: boulifb on January 15, 2015, 03:31:14 pm
Next one:
Eminent 310U  ;D

Best,

Fred.
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Post by: carlosrr on January 15, 2015, 06:02:20 pm
Hello Boulifb,

I have found that G Force's Virtual String Machine is quite good and features presets from the Eminent, among others.  They also have sales at times.

Cheers

Carlos
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on January 15, 2015, 07:14:26 pm
I know this may not be Arturia's thing, but I think a drag & drop sampler would be cool.
Rather than extensive editing to keymap "one shots" you could just drag the one shot sample directly to the key used, for one off bits like special effects, narrations, etc..  Loops can be dropped to the pads, and then back to the normal Arturia format for the rest.

Ideally, I want to be able to use an Arturia application in conjuction with a Roland PK 5 or 6.  Just scroll through presets for a Taurus pedal preset, and then song specific stuff with one shots, arpeggiations, drones, pads, etc...  If this could then be dropped into an iPad, then the Arturia loaded iPad connected to a PK 5 or 6 would be a very powerful foot controlled device.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Nestos on January 16, 2015, 08:50:04 am
Hammond C3 or Mellotron  :P
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on January 19, 2015, 05:46:50 pm
Mellotron would be pretty cool :o

Also, a VCS3 would be pretty killer, "Welcome to the Machine"! :D
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: boulifb on January 19, 2015, 10:22:36 pm
What about the EMS VCS3?
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: boulifb on January 21, 2015, 12:57:23 pm
What about the ARP Odyssey and ARP 2500?
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: DJMaytag on February 07, 2015, 01:43:08 am
SCI Pro-1
MC-202
Jupiter-6
Maybe it's too soon, but a Futureretro 777 emulation would be interesting.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on February 12, 2015, 09:48:12 am
What about the EMS VCS3?

https://www.xils-lab.com/pages/XILS%203.2.html

They are even based at the same industrial area in Meylan as Arturia

Thanks, Stuart
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: MarkBog on April 03, 2015, 05:48:06 am
Casio CZ would be nice. 
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: terrym on April 03, 2015, 10:30:50 am
Casio CZ would be nice.

try this
http://www.pluginboutique.com/product/4-Synth/1158-VirtualCZ
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: ClydeLyman on May 06, 2015, 09:51:18 pm
I could think of 4

Elka Panther Duo Deluxe (like a Farfisa Compact Duo on steroids)
PolyMg (with 95 controls: Who wouldn't wat it
Mg Opus 3. I can probably get you one and do some outtasite presets. especially if you make the brass section trigger with each key depression
CZ-1000
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: stuart on May 16, 2015, 02:06:17 am
Taking this thread exactly as it comes and without mentioning the obligatory 'fix these things first' - enter list. Which i'm not against as Arturia do have a list of things to address and it's getting bigger with the more stuff they release, however.

Roland Juno 106 has to be the next one, in fact i'm not sure why it's not been done. In the range of the Prophet and the Mg etc the Juno 106 is a classic. Far cooler than the the Jupiter 8.

So, Arturia.. Please, please… Do the Juno 106 :) As well as fixing Spark of course. :)

Stuart   
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Kaleid on June 27, 2015, 03:11:05 am
Emu Emulator II analog filters would be qualitative step on from virtual synth to a soft "revival" sampling . I know about UVI emulation but it is more a playing ROMPLER than an emulation.
It would be NICE access to a most classical sounds and moreover sampler user creative sounds with that goldaged analog filter in emulation.YUMMMMM
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on June 29, 2015, 07:31:35 pm
Rack host of all of the V-Collection.

and/or

a pedal controller/host combination, like a Roland PK-5 (6) with built in sounds from all of the bass categories of all of the current synths in the V-Collection.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: ClydeLyman on August 12, 2015, 12:00:13 am
How about the Crumar Orchestrator or the Sequential Prelude?

A very exotic instrument was the Hammond S-100 chord organ. This was no toy, it had a full 96 chord set, bass and a unique 2-channel keyboard. two 8' fully polyphonic voices: Strings and flute. and a derivative of the Solovox monophonic synth. with one of the "fottage" tabs replaced by a tab labelled "WOODWINDS" that altered the waveform to s a square or pulse wave

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ry_PM0i-4BE

http://www.electricearl.com/BlueJay6.html
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Zerpio on October 10, 2015, 08:46:11 pm
EMS VCS3! Would love it
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: ClydeLyman on November 08, 2015, 02:03:46 pm
There are two other directions Arturia could take software emulators

1. Franken-organs, A Farfisa Deluxe or Elka Panther 300 for the top and a Vox Connie for the bottom

2. Homebrew. Origian instruments. In that regard, on my Facebook page I have some 0notes on an upgrade to the 1970's string machine. I could put my notes here. Or an original combo organ design
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Amalgamoth on November 09, 2015, 04:39:56 pm
EMS VCS3! Would love it

You're asking the wrong company. For a VST of the VCS3 you should visit Xils. Their Xils3 is what you're looking for.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: prkjava on December 04, 2015, 05:41:04 pm
Yes, Arturia should continue making virtual synth. They anticipate artist needs well. The next synth should be TONTO.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: matjones on February 12, 2016, 02:26:02 pm
Casio VL Tone?  ::)
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: LBH on February 16, 2016, 12:53:45 am
My votes in priority:

1. Roland Super JX-10 with PG-800 programmer - Currently there is no soft synth that sound like this at all. So smooth sounding. Especially the voices, strings and pad sounds. (Alternative Roland JD-800 but it's newer and digital i think.)
2. Roland VP-330/ SVC-350
3. Roland SH-1000 - A little innovative simple synth with unique sound.

All 3 is a good package.

A really good emulation of them all is missing. Those that exist don't do the sound emulation well enough.

The most important thing about a comming emulation is it sound unique. Too many synths sound too much alike. No need to have many synth, if they all sound alike and don't have a special unique sound.


Xtra:

Also the modules for Moog modular that make Tangerine Dream Sequencer Racheting possible is missing. In my book it's a trademark.

Audio input for SEM is missing.

Improovements of all the Analog Classics. Perhaps especially in the sound emulations to make the characteristic unique sounds special for the individual synths. But other things can be improoved too.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: matjones on March 31, 2016, 11:14:31 am
What about Arturia diversifying slightly and doing an FX plugin? .......... Something completely insane (you French guys are seriously good at doing weird and crazy ;) ) like something out of the Publison Infernal Machine range?................. before the likes of UA or Waves decide to do it.....
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: LBH on May 03, 2016, 02:14:46 am
It looks like Xils-Lab have a Roland VP-330 emulation. But it unfortunately uses iLoc or eLicenser. Can't tell about how well it emulate.

It looks like UVI has a Roland JX-10P emulation that don't seem to be a good emulation and unfortunately uses iLoc. It can be done a lot better.

There is a free JX-8P from developer Martin Lüders. That do it very good i think even if it's not 100%. But something to refere to and perhaps a developer to work with on a JX-10P.
This Jx-8P is not a JX-10P. It lacks the layering and the speciel Chase function and the sequencer. Also the JX-10P has some playmodes not needed in JX-8P.
Also the Jx-8P might lack support over time, as it's a free synth.

Still the digital JD-800 both could be an alternative and another synth to emulate even if it's digital.

I can't find a Roland SH-1000 emulation.

It's hard to find synths to emulate if they have to be analog, vintage and perhaps not made allready in a okay version at least. I think it should have it's own sound.
But if possible the JWM Electronics thunderchild used on Jeff Waynes War of the Worlds album could be fun because only a few was made.
Also Con Brio ADS 200 if possible could be fun i guess.
Perhaps also: Korg Sigma, Farfisa Polychrome and/ or Soundmaker, and Moog Prodigy as i like it but perhaps it's to similar to the Mini V and Memory moog may not add that much to Arturia's products, Formanta Polivoks do have some power.

Improvements of existing Arturia synths is allways good.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: crystalmsc on May 04, 2016, 06:51:10 am
What about Arturia diversifying slightly and doing an FX plugin?
Great suggestion, I found the fx in Spark 2 to be rather nice. A modular fx processor like the Eventide H3000 Factory would be great.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: sergio_frias_23 on May 26, 2016, 02:39:36 pm
I would love to see a Fairlight emulation i'm sure Arturia would be able to acheive the same result as the Synclavier.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: machinesworking on January 30, 2017, 10:45:13 pm
Polivoks
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: TonyFlyingSquirrel on February 15, 2017, 06:09:32 pm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EMS_VCS_3
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: Amalgamoth on February 17, 2017, 05:21:48 pm
Too late! Xils already did one for the VCS 3.
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: gregwalton42 on March 12, 2017, 06:53:13 pm
I know it won't happen because Korg have a version but I'd love a Wavestation where you are not tied to the crazy Performance/Patch/Wave restrictions that memory limitations imposed on the hardware Wavestations. So that would mean each Performance had its own eight Patches and if you changed a Patch it wouldn't affect any other Performances. Similarly with Wavetables in Patches. It would still be useful to be able to access a library of your Patches and Wavetables, which I could see Arturia doing really well (categories and keywords etc.).

Failing that something with Physical Modelling capabilities. Technics did an interesting machine called the WSA1 which could combine all sorts of drivers with any of the various resonators and was 64 note polyphonic. I believe they used some simplifications to achieve the sounds (which would be good for reducing CPU load) but the possibilities were amazing and much more acoustic-sounding. Maybe Technics would do a collaboration like with the Synclavier?
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: jeffbart on March 19, 2017, 01:16:18 am
I would love to see an authentic recreation of the Rhodes/ARP Chroma. I had one in the 80s. It was a beast, loved it....except the envelopes were just a tad sluggish...
Title: Re: The Next One ?
Post by: justinhavu on June 26, 2017, 03:13:25 am
I'd like to maybe see a virtual ElectroComp 101.