Arturia Matrix-12 V2 License - Software Synthesizer

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Arturia Matrix-12 V2 License - Software Synthesizer


Arturia Matrix-12 V2 License - Software Synthesizer

Programmable analog freedom.

Matrix-12 V resurrects the first programmable analog synthesizer in software form, enhancing its revered combination of modular flexibility, analog richness, and 15-mode filter with enormous new levels of creative freedom.

Enterthe Matrix

Extreme patching met 12 dual-oscillator voices in one of the most prestigious keyboard synths of the ’80s.

With 27 modulation sources, 47 destinations, 15 filter modes, and five envelopes, it combined the flexibility of a modular synth with the polyphony and programmability demanded by artists like Toto, Vangelis, Prince, and Herbie Hancock. How do you improve upon such an instrument? Matrix-12 V balances absolute authenticity with the flexibility modern music makers need - and then some.

You Can’t Sample This

Our True Analog Emulation® technology models the behavior of every circuit and how they interact. Matrix 12-V is one of its biggest achievements yet.

Your Everything Synth

Whether you make power-pop, electronica, R&B, hip-hop, or a fusion of styles yet to have a name, Matrix-12 V delivers head-turning sounds with remarkable ease.

An Ace in Your Hand

The Matrix could sound like virtually every other analog polysynth of the ’80s — and some digital synths — but no other synth could sound like the Matrix.

Own a Legend

A working Matrix-12 fetches five figures if you can find one. Matrix-12 V offers perfect accuracy at a tiny fraction of the cost, and with modern stability.

Analog ina digital world

With digital synths like the DX7 and affordable sample-based keyboards just over the horizon, Tom Oberheim and company set out to show the world what a no-holds-barred analog machine could really do.

Echoing Oberheim’s earlier success with the SEM, the project began with a sound expansion module. This was 1984’s Xpander, which had six voices and the same signal path as the Matrix-12, which would arrive just a year later.

MIDI created a market for modules that could augment the capabilities that synth players already owned without adding the bulk of another black-and-white keyboard to their rigs. The Xpander was designed by engineers Marcus Ryle (who would later invent the Alesis® ADAT) and Michael Doidic, and became an instant hit.

Main Features

  • Two oscillators, each offering triangle, sawtooth and variable-width pulse wave with PWM.
  • Oscillator 2 also functions as a white noise generator.
  • Oscillator 1 or the Filter can be frequency modulated.
  • Single filter with 15 modes: 4 Low Pass, 3 High Pass, 2 Band Pass modes, Notch and Phase Shift plus four additional "combo" filter modes.
  • Ultra-powerful modulation matrix with 27 sources and 47 destinations.
  • Sources include 5 envelopes, 5 LFOs, 4 Ramp, 3 Track generators, Velocity, Pressure, Keyboard follow, and more.
  • Two insert effect slots with six studio-grade effects available.
  • 12 voices of polyphony like the original instrument
  • Multitimbral
  • Works in Standalone, VST, VST3, AU, AAX.

Platform specifications


  • Win 8.1+ (64bit)
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 2.5 GHz CPU
  • 2GB free hard disk space
  • OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU

Required configuration

  • Works in Standalone, VST, AAX, Audio Unit, NKS (64-bit DAWs only).


  • Mac OS 10.13+
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 2.5 GHz CPU
  • 2GB free hard disk space
  • OpenGL 2.0 compatible GPU


  • The software is protected by the Arturia Software Center.

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