Arturia has announced new Filter and Preamp plugin packs and says they feature plugins that you’ll actually use.
In the Preamp pack you will find the 1973-Pre, is a modern take on Rupert Neve’s classic solid-state pre, complete with switchable boutique transformers.
TridA-Pre is based on Trident Studio’s A Range consoles, while the V76-Pre models the classic Telefunken tube tone at the heart of the 'White Album' sound, integrating a rare shelf EQ for extra control.
On the filter side of things, you get the SEM-Filter, which has been perfectly recreated from one of the earliest self-contained analogue synths, with an added sequencer.
Elsewhere, Arturia claims it has cracked the code of Dr Moog’s renowned ladder filter with the Mini-Filter, while the M12-Filter is modelled on Tom Oberheim’s formidable multimode filter that was found on the Matrix-12. The plugin also features twin filters, mod osc and random generators, a mod matrix, and programmable envelopes.
Until 5 April 2018 you will be able to get both plugin packs at an introductory price. The '3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use' pack will be available for £189 and £285 after the promotion; the '3 Filters You’ll Actually Use' pack will be available for £95 and then £189 after the promotion.
For more information check out the Arturia website now.