September 21, 2012

Arturia Mini V Synthesizer Review


If you had an unlimited supply of funds and a room big enough to store volumes of synthesizers, you would probably opt to buy every original version of every analog synthesizer you’d even want to own.  Of course, you’d then need some serious air conditioning and a way to patch multiple cables in and out of each machine.  If you do not fall into that category, then virtual synthesizers are the way to go.


The Arturia Mini V software was created to emulate the original MiniMoog synthesizer.  It looks the part and performs as it should, plus it’s compatible with Pro Tools and is midi assignable.  In this video Neil examines some its classic features.