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Arturia announces Spark 2.4 update

Arturia announces Spark 2.4 update

Arturia is pleased to announce that Spark 2, their full-featured software beat creation suite, has received an update to version 2.4.

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Combining elements of a sequencer, drum machine, sampler, modular synthesizer, and recording studio into the ultimate software drum package, Spark 2 has become the plug-in of choice for adventurous producers looking to truly personalize their drum patterns and sounds.

Version 2.4 vastly improves the stability of Spark 2, resolves numerous compatibility issues, and removes bugs, making it the definitive Spark experience.

Previewed at NAMM 2014 and released in April of the same year, Spark 2 became a fan-favorite in Arturia’s catalog of software instruments thanks to its pioneering approach to drum sound design. Mixing their exclusive TAE® component modelling, Phi physical modelling, and contemporary samples, Spark 2 lets users create, combine, and synthesize any kit they can imagine.

“As Spark 2 just celebrated its fourth birthday, we wanted to give it the update it deserved.” said Arturia’s Director of Software Development, and former Spark Lead Developer, Kevin Molcard. “With version 2.4, my team and I refined its code and resolved dozens of intermittent issues to give users the best, most enjoyable Spark experience ever.”

The updated Spark 2.4 can be downloaded from the Arturia website.

Existing customers can activate the update using their original unlock code, and new customers can enjoy the full software package as a time-restricted demo.

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For more information on Arturia’s pioneering software drum solution, visit the Spark 2 page on the Arturia website

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