When it comes to soft-synths, there are few names as highly esteemed in the world of production as Arturia’s. This is largely because of their incredibly faithful reproductions of classic synthesisers that are used daily by the biggest names in the game. In recent times, Arturia have taken the bold move of going beyond the virtual world by creating their range of hybrid Spark drum machines and the full-blown DSP monster Origin, which have proven to be extremely popular with the recording community — and for good reason too.
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Arturia is a name well known in the studio community as a company that makes some of the most authentic and widely used software versions of classic synthesisers as well as hardware that has a habit of combining classic old school sounds along with sounds that are bang up to date with today’s cutting edge genres.
Arturia have used their True Analog Emulation (TAE) technology to bring back to life one of the most revered classic synthesisers, namely the Minimoog model D, as the iMini.