Arturia Modular V3 License - Modular V Software Synthesizer

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Arturia Modular V3 License - Modular V Software Synthesizer


Arturia Modular V3 License - Modular V Software Synthesizer

Modular genesis giant.

Modular V reanimates the goliath instrument that started it all, in plugin form. Experience the machine that gave birth to modular synthesis in the ‘60s and changed the world, in all its pure analog glory, respectfully enhanced to surpass its hardware predecessor.

Switchedon synthesis

The legacy that introduced the synthesizer to popular music, modeled to perfection and made even more magnificent.

Nothing sounds like a modular synth, and no modular synth is like the one that made it out of the studio and onto the stage to mesmerize audiences worldwide. Modular V has been brought to life with True Analog Emulation® modeling, giving you a sound no other modern synth or plug-in can touch. Developed in partnership with the original instrument’s inventor, it lets you enjoy the same sound design madness favored by pioneers from Tangerine Dream to Trent Reznor - all from the comfort of your DAW setup.

Ultimate Flexibility

Modular V’s huge selection of modules leaves it entirely up to you what happens to the sound - connect the dots and explore a true synthesis blank canvas.

Start With Presets

New to modular? Daunted by Modular V’s myriad of connections and controls? Take a shortcut to gigantic sound with its built-in library of expertly-designed presets.

It Sounds Real Because It Is

You don’t have to choose between the sound of hardware and the convenience of software. Modular V captures everything that made the original so satisfying to work with.

Go Offroad

Enjoy every unexpected result and get inspired with every tweak - Modular V is designed to encourage experimentation and total creative freedom.

Rhymeswith vogue

Electronic music synthesis captivated Wendy Carlos, Keith Emerson, Tangerine Dream, and even The Beatles. Early Modular systems from a beloved inventor are why.

Dr. Bob Moog is virtually synonymous with synthesizers. It was his modular designs — and a little help from his friends — that took synthesis out of the realm of esoterica and made it a popular tool for composers and performers across all musical styles.

A New Yorker born in 1934 with a background in piano, he produced Theremins in the 1950s after being impressed with Leon Theremin’s touchless instrument. Upon meeting composer Herb Deutsch, the two immediately hit it off and their collaboration produced the first voltage-controlled oscillator. Their first modular synth followed in 1964 and was the talk of the Audio Engineering Society convention. The influx of orders led to new modular systems, culminating in the I, II, and III in 1967.

Main Features

  • All the parameters of the original modular synth:
    • 9 oscillators
    • 2 LFOs
    • 3 filter slots
    • 1 Noise Generator
    • 6 envelopes
    • 2 VCAs
  • 16 auxiliary VCAs with modulation inputs
  • 24-step sequencer
  • 1 filter bank (14 bandwidths available)
  • Stereo delay and chorus
  • 12-stage phaser and ring modulator
  • Very accurate reproduction of the legendary 24dB/octave low-pass filter
  • Superb audio quality withTAE® engine
  • More than 500 presets, made by professional sound designers
  • Mono / polyphonic (up to 64 voices per instrument)
  • Soft-clipping function

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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