Arturia launch vintage Preamp and Filter packs
Arturia have unveiled two new bundles of modelled Filter and Preamp plugins, which the French brand are describing as plugins ‘you’ll actually use’.
The Preamp pack includes the 1973-Pre, a modern take on Rupert Neve’s classic solid-state preamp, complete with switchable boutique transformers. The TridA-Pre is based on Trident Studio’s A Range consoles, while the V76-Pre models the classic Telefunken tube tone of the
White Album sound, integrating a rare shelf EQ for extra control.
For filters, we get a recreation of the classic Moog ladder filter in the Mini-Filter, equipped with a step-sequencer, envelope follower and LFO. There are two Oberheim inspired plugins too: the M12-Filter, modelled on the formidable multimode filter from the Matrix-12, and the SEM-Filter, based on Tom Oberheim’s classic '70s design. The M-12 plugin features twin filters, mod osc and random generators, a mod matrix, and programmable envelopes, while the SEM-Filter adds a gate sequencer, noise oscillator and simple mod matrix.
Available now, the ‘3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use’ pack at £285 and the filters version at £189. Each plugin can be purchased separately.