Arturia Vox Continental V2 License

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Arturia Vox Continental V2 License


Arturia Vox Continental V2 License

Red-hot transistor hitmaker.

Vox® organs produced the indelible sounds of The Doors, The Animals, Elvis Costello, and even a few Beatles tracks. Vox Continental V puts this sizzling sound front and center in your mix, combining faithful modeling with modern software convenience. Light your fire.

The rebirthof cool

Warbling and resonant, the Vox organ was one of the only ways to get hot new sounds onstage before synthesizers went mainstream.

Thanks to our TAE® technology, you can enjoy the Continental 300 in all its transistor organ glory, then take it places the original couldn’t go.

Going far beyond the capabilities of any sample set, Vox Continental V models the circuit behavior and every other nuance of the Continental 300, a rare and desirable dual-manual organ. We added an extended mode with more drawbars, and even let you get inside the machine to tweak its electronic quirks.

Wayback Machine

Whether retro is the main ingredient in your music or just a dash of spice you add, Vox Continental V pours on exactly as much flavor as you want.

True Organic Power

Why settle for generic organ patches for your projects? Use the same iconic sound of the instrument the original artists used!

A Full Organ Rig

VOX Continental V goes beyond faithful emulation. Expanded controls, a preset library, and even a built-in FX rig meets every production need.

Always Ready

Drop Continental V directly into your tracks with no hassle and minimal CPU impact. It’s like having Ray Manzarek on speed dial.

From Englandto Italy

Vox is famous for guitar amps that defined the sound of the British Invasion. Tom Jennings saw the potential for keyboards that rocked just as hard.

Jennings had built home and church organs until the 1950s. His first portable keyboard was the Univox, a monophonic preset “synth” that mounted on a piano and gave the player extra instrument sounds. Jennings, designers Derek Underdown and Les Hills, and the Thomas organ company then teamed up with Italian manufacturer EKO to design the Continental whose sound we know from The Doors’ “Light My Fire,” The Animal’s “House of the Rising Sun,” “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” by Iron Butterfly, and so many more classics.

Main Features

  • Dual manual VOX 300 emulation
  • Jennings J70 voice engine mode
  • Classic red/orange VOX skin or UK VOX/Jennings grey skin
  • Upper manual, lower manual and bass pedal sections
  • Complete MIDI mapping
  • Multiple output effects processors
  • Supports MIDI splits or independent channels per manual
  • Tight integration with Arturia Keylab MIDI Controller keyboards
  • VST, VST3, AU, AAX and standalone versions.
  • EXPANDED mode:
    • Adds a full compliment of drawbars for each harmonic
    • Adds a new waveform drawbar on each section
    • Vibrato, tremolo, reverb, overdrive and more effects
    • Leslie™ and guitar amp simulator outputs
    • Expanded percussion section with short and long decay times
  • OPEN mode:
    • Allows for individual tuning of each pitch like a real VOX
    • Increase or decrease the key contact timing (simulates older key contacts)
    • Switch between the VOX 300 circuit emulation and the updated Jennings J70 engine.
    • Increase or decrease the background noise bleed that older VOX/Jennings have.

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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