Arturia’s recently-released software effects have received their first major update, enabling NKS-compatibility on every title in 3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use and 3 Filters You’ll Actually Use. This update allows musicians, producers, and performers who use Native Instruments’ Kontrol and Maschine range of MIDI controllers to enjoy smart mapping and feature integration.
3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use is software trio of incredible reimaginings of iconic studio hardware, brought to life through Arturia’s award-winning electronics and component modelling technique, TAE®. Giving a new generation of musicians access to the secrets behind the hit-making studio of historic studios, 1973-Pre, TridA-Pre, and V76-Pre are now fully NKS-compatible.
The reborn legendary synth hardware in 3 Filters You’ll Actually Use have also been made fully compatible with Native Instruments Kontrol and Maschine. Presets will automatically load into the hardware’s browser, and their parameters will be smart-mapped to the controller’s controls. Now users can immediately get hands-on with the sound-shaping power of SEM-Filter, M12-Filter, and Mini-Filter without any tedious setup.
The update is free to all owners of 3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use, 3 Filters You’ll Actually Use, and any of the 6 separate included titles: 1973-Pre, TridA-Pre, V76-Pre, SEM-Filter, M12-Filter, and Mini-Filter.
Updating is simple. Arturia customers need only open the Arturia Software Center – or ASC – and hit the “Update” button on the title they wish to update.
For more information on Arturia’s incredible software effects, visit their official website.