Arturia Acid V v1.0

Product Type: VST Instruments
Platform: MAC OSX X64 Intel, PC Windows x64
Disks: 1 DVD
Format: AAX, AU, VST, VST3
Required: DAW Software
Arturia Acid V v1.0

Corrosive bassline machine

Acid V channels the cult-classic bass synth that pushed the underground into overdrive. Pump your mixes full of reactive ever-evolving bass grooves, unleash mutated sequences fizzing with distortion, and experiment with extra features for revitalized rave energy.

Enter the rave reactor

The abrasive, hypnotic sound that gets synapses firing and feet tapping unlike anything else. Give your bass the acidic treatment and set off a sonic chain reaction that’ll heat up your mix to lethal levels.

Little box, big bass

The magic silver box that defined acid, modeled down to component-level detail, capturing the pure sonic essence of a certified bass classic.

In constant motion

Acid V is all about movement; instantly spawn jagged polymetric sequences, hypnotic scale-based patterns, and endless sonic mutations.

Rave revitalized

The strobe-lit dance movements of the ‘80s, ‘90s, and early ‘00s share the same analog DNA; now it’s yours to manipulate, reinvent, and transform.

A mutated classic

Steer the 303 sound into experimental territory with upgraded features & effects delivering sounds far darker, deeper, and more impactful than the original.

Unleashing sonic chemistry

Discover a raw, biting, in-your-face analog sound that never stops moving.

Fusing the 303 sound with a cocktail of creative and experimental features, Acid V is all about launching a sequence and tweaking, mutating, evolving. Spark note changes, drop in slides and accents, and - of course - making that abrasive resonant filter scream.

he origins of acid

Many of history’s most iconic and sought-after instruments were not necessarily popular at the time of their introduction; often intended for one thing but transformed by users into something else entirely, ushering entire movements into existence.

When the TB-303 Bass Line synthesizer was released in 1981, it was meant to be a substitute for bass guitars. Its sound was subsequently deemed unrealistic by users, and it was discontinued 3 years later - but when it found its way into the hands of electronic music producers in the late ‘80s, the 303 emerged as something entirely different.

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This product was released on 17 Sep 2023. Please check compatibility with your hardware and O/S.

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