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NAMM 2006

Arturia announces Prophet V

Arturia has announced Prophet V, a hybrid of two synthesizers that changed the face of music during the '70s and '80s - the warmth of the Prophet 5, one of the first programmable polyphonic analog synths, meets the digital textures of the Prophet VS in this new plug-in.

Screenshots: Prophet 5 | Prophet VS | Hybrid Mode

The Prophet V allows you to mix digital sounds with analog. Play the Prophet 5 and the Prophet VS either simultaneously or separate. Deepen and round the sounds designing a sound palette unique to your style of creation, or stick with the sounds you have come to know and love.

Thanks to TAE, the technology that brought you soft-synths like the Minimoog V and the ARP2600V, Arturia claim you won't be able to tell the difference between the Prophet V and the originals.


  • Compatibility with the Presets of the original synthesizers.
  • No aliasing from 0.1Hz to 16kHz.
  • Calculated precision: 64 bits.
  • Sample Frequency: until 96 kHz.
  • More than 400 presets.
  • 2 analog oscillators for the Prophet 5.
  • 4 wavetables oscillators for the Prophet VS.
  • Capacity to synchronize Osc2 on Osc1 for the Prophet VS.
  • 1 Mixer with joystick and automation envelope for mixing the 4 oscillators of the Prophet VS.
  • 1 resonating low pass filter for the Prophet 5.
  • 1 multi-mode resonant filter for the Prophet 5.
  • 3 LFOs that can be synchronized with the tempo of the host sequencer.
  • 5 envelopes: 2 ADSR; 3 5 point envelopes.
  • 1 Modulation matrix.
  • 1 Audio Matrix.
  • 1 Chorus.
  • 1 Stereo Delay with MIDI synchronization.
  • Polyphony of 2 to 32 voices with the unison possibility.
  • Audio quality and purity as in the original Prophet 5 and VS.

Prophet V will be available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, DX, AU, RTAS and stand-alone formats and will cost $249 / €199. No release date has been announced.

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