Arturia 2.5 user manual

User manual for the device Arturia 2.5

Device: Arturia 2.5
Size: 2,25 MB
Date of adding : 2014-06-04 16:03:04
Number of pages: 60
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U US SE ER R’’S S M MA AN NU UA AL L
















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PROGRAMMING : Robert Bocquier (version 2.x) Nicolas Bronnec Fabrice Bourgeois Jean–Michel Blanchet Christian De Jong INDUSTRIALIZATION : Frédéric Brun (Arturia) Zhao Yitian (CME) MANUAL : Houston Haynes Scott Stafiej Richard Phan (French version) Jean-Michel Blanchet (French version) Antoine Back (French version) Franck Blaszczyk (French version) Tomoya Fukushi (Japanese version) Nori Ubukata (Japanese version) Kenta Sasano (Japanese version) DESIGN : Ya

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T Th ha an nk k y yo ou u f fo or r p pu ur rc ch ha as siin ng g A Ar rt tu ur riia a’’s s Analog Factory 2.5 / Analog Factory 2.5 / A An na allo og g E Ex xp pe er riie en nc ce e “ “T Th he e F Fa ac ct to or ry y” ”! ! This manual concerns two distinctive products:  Analog Factory 2.5, a software allowing to play and modify 3500 synthesizer sounds.  Analog Experience “The Factory”, a bundle of Analog Factory 2.5 along with a dedicated control keyboard, the Analog Facto

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S Sp pe ec ciia all M Me es ss sa ag ge e S Se ec ct tiio on n The MIDI keyboard uses USB or an external power adapter. Do not connect this product with any power supply or adapter than the one described on this manual specifically recommended by Arturia. (See Power supply for more details) WARNING: Do not place this product in a place or position where one might walk on, trip over or roll anything over power or connecting cords. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If

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4. Do not use the instrument near water or moisture, such as a bathtub, sink, swimming pool or similar place. 5. Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall over. 6. Do not place heavy objects on the instrument. Do not block openings or vents of the instrument; these locations are used for air circulation to prevent the instrument from overheating. Do not place the instrument near heat vent or any place of poor air circulation. 7. Only use the rec

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T Ta ab blle e o of f C Co on nt te en nt ts s 1 INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................................8 1.1 HISTORY.........................................................................................................................................................8 1.2 HERE AND NOW.......................................................................................................

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6.1 FRONT PANEL OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................42 6.1.1 The keyboard .......................................................................................................................................43 6.1.2 Shift button...........................................................................................................................................43 6.1.3 Level/search rotary e

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1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 History In early 2001, Arturia began working on advanced algorithms for the digital emulation of ® analog circuit audio characteristics. They are known as TAE , standing for True Analog Emulation. In non-technical language, this is an unprecedented way of creating the very unique sound one finds in a synthesizer such as the Moog Modular. Nearly a year after they began work on the algorithms, Arturia was ready for feedback. At the 2002 NAMM show in California, Arturia s

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Other artists that have used The Jupiter-8 include: Howard Jones, Tangerine Dream, Underworld, Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode, Prince, Gary Wright, Adrian Lee, Heaven 17, Kitaro, Elvis Costello, Tears for Fears, Huey Lewis and the News, Journey, Moog Cookbook, Yes, Devo, Freddy Fresh, Simple Minds, Jan Hammer and BT. 1.2 Here and Now Analog Factory 2.5 brings you the full spectrum of sounds from all of the above instruments in an easy to use, no-hassle interface. As you will soon see in e

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® Linear frequency spectrum of the Analog Factory 2.5 oscillator made with TAE 1.3.2 A better reproduction of analog oscillator waveforms The waveforms produced by the oscillators in analog synthesizers are marked by the presence of a capacitor in the circuits. The discharge of the capacitor results in a light bend ® in the original waveform (notably for saw tooth, triangular and square waveforms). TAE reproduces the result of this capacitor discharge in software. This is the analysis of

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® Temporal representation of a “saw tooth” waveform reproduced by TAE What’s more, the hardware analog oscillators were unstable. In fact, their waveform varies slightly from one period to another. If we add to this the fact that the starting point for each period (in Trigger mode) can vary with the temperature and other environmental conditions, we see why vintage synthesizers have such a typical sound. ® TAE reproduces the instability of oscillators, bringing a fatter and “bigger” sound

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Comparison of harmonics generated by the filter circuits in self oscillation of Analog Factory 2.5 and a hardware synthesizer 12 ARTURIA – Analog Factory EXPERIENCE 2.5 – USER’S MANUAL

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2 INSTALLATION 2.1 Windows installation (XP/VISTA/7) Insert the CD-ROM into the drive. Explore the contents of the CD-ROM, double click on the icon named Analog Factory 2.5 Setup.exe. At the first step of the installation, choose the destination folder for the Analog Factory 2.5 installation. By default, it will be installed in this location: C:\Program Files\Arturia\Analog Factory 2.5 You can change the destination with the Browse button. If you own a previous version, this version will

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Choice of protocols For the VST protocol, you must choose an installation folder in order for the host application to use Analog Factory 2.5 as a plug-in. If you do not know how to make this choice, go to Chapter 8. 14 ARTURIA – Analog Factory EXPERIENCE 2.5 – USER’S MANUAL

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Choice of VST plug-in installation folder The installation program now has enough information to complete the installation. When the installation process is completed, please proceed to authorization step (Chapter 3). 2.2 MAC OS X installation Insert the CD-ROM into the drive. Explore the content of the CD-ROM, then double-click on the icon named Analog Factory 2.5 Setup Mac. Follow these steps: • read and accept the End User License Agreement, • select a destination. When prompte

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Authentication window Analog Factory 2.5 will next be installed as a standalone application, but also as VST, AU and RTAS plug-ins. The installation program now has enough information to complete the installation. When the installation process is completed, please proceed to authorization step (Chapter 3). 16 ARTURIA – Analog Factory EXPERIENCE 2.5 – USER’S MANUAL

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3 AUTHORIZATION Now that your Analog Factory 2.5 has been installed, you have to authorize the synthesizer. This doesn’t apply to owners of the previous 1.x version, who may use the software right away using their USB- eLicenser hardware dongle. Contrary to 1.x versions that used the USB-eLicenser protection scheme, Analog Factory 2.x uses the “Soft-eLicenser” virtual dongle solution by default. Avoiding the use of a USB port, this system allows using the synthesizer on one machine which

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This will take you to this form: If you already have an account made, simply log in: Once you are logged into your account, you can register your Analog Factory 2.5 and request your activation code. Go to the “My Registered Products” section of your account and click on the “Add” button: 18 ARTURIA – Analog Factory EXPERIENCE 2.5 – USER’S MANUAL

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In the form that appears, select “Analog Factory” from the drop down menu, and key in your synthesizer serial number and unlock code (as written on the registration card): You should then see the confirmation screen: ARTURIA – Analog Factory EXPERIENCE 2.5 – USER’S MANUAL 19

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And finally there is a screen from which you can copy the eLicenser activation code. The very same information is sent to you by email as a backup. Now that you have retrieved the activation code, launch the eLicenser Control Center. This application has been automatically installed on your computer along the Analog Factory 2.5, it is accessible there: • Windows: Start > Programs > eLicenser > eLicenser Control Center • Mac OS X: Finder > Applications > eLicenser Control Center T


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