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Arturia releases iProphet for iOS


Arturia has announced availability of iProphet — an authentic emulation of the Eighties-vintage, California-created classic Prophet VS Digital Vector Synthesizer.

iProphet recreates the unique sound of the classic Sequential Circuits Prophet VS synthesizer. The Prophet VS's rareness and classic digital sound make it a mainstay for those who can find them and a seemingly out or reach dream for those who cannot. The sound is purely classic crisp digital sound that easily stands on its own, but at the same time is the perfect compliment to the sound of analog synthesizers. It brings the crystalline vintage sound of four digital oscillators and allows sculpting them using a creamy & warm multimode filter. You can morph the sound of the 4 oscillators using the joystick or the vector mode and the vector envelope.

The iProphet is great for evolving pads, sharp leads and super punchy digital bass sounds and comes with over 500 presets created by some of today's best sound designers. You can also swap presets between iProphet and Arturia's Prophet V synthesizer which allows you to work on the iPad and finish in the DAW of your choice.

iProphet supports Core MIDI, interapp-audio as well as Audiobus technologies for perfect integration. iProphet is also a Tabletop Ready app. You can use it exclusively or along side your favorite Tabletop instruments.

Owners of Apple iPad 3 or above can purchase and directly download iProphet from Apple's App Store for €8.99 / $9.99 or bundled with iMini — Arturia's Minimoog emulation app for iPad 2 or above — for $17.00 (representing around a 15% saving).

Check out Arturia's introductory iProphet promo video: http://youtu.be/F7XAb1lcdss

Watch Arturia Vice President of Product Management Glen Darcey's iProphet tutorial video for more information: http://youtu.be/pi47QZYPy2E



Discussion: Active
6 October 2020 at 3:26pm

Be advised that, contrary to the desktop Arturia Prophet V (Prophet 5 + VS), iProphet does not support key velocity or aftertouch! So, it's not a serious instrument.

Here's hoping that Arturia will finally see the light and implement the velocity and aftertouch sensitivity of its big desktop brother in an update. Along with an AUv3 option...

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