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TEAM V.R | January 18 2018 | 150.96 MB
In 1983, the DX7 changed the world of music. Today, the DX7 V gives you the power to change it again.
Nothing says ‘80s like the sound of the DX7. Our authentic recreation gives you all the same FM digital technology and sounds that earned the instrument a revered place in the history of both keyboards and contemporary music. We didn’t stop at just replicating it, though —we re-imagined it. New operator waves, extensive modulation additions, arpeggiator and onboard FX chains enhance your sonic possibilities exponentially. For bonus points, an intuitive graphic interface makes what was once a daunting programming task a creative joy today.

We put booster rockets on the instrument that created innumerable ‘80s hits. Now you can create the definitive sounds of today and tomorrow.

The inimitable sound of FM

Your music is unique. So is the sound of the DX7 V.

Frequency modulation (FM) synthesis works by modulating one waveform with another to produce much more complex harmonic profiles than its analog brethren. These sounds run the gamut from acoustic and organic to synthetic and mechanical, spanning energies from subtle to radical along the way. Thanks to an extensive preset library, you don’t have to be an expert on FM in order to tap into all this sonic power. The DX7 V comes complete with a library of all the signature 80’s hit-making FM sounds like electric pianos, basses, marimbas, synths and more, plus an extensive battery of hot new sounds from our elite sound design team.

Whether you’re looking for the familiar sounds that put FM synthesis on the map or charting new territory, the DX7 V is the definitive digital synth to have in your keyboard collection.

Unleash your inner sound designer with expanded features

The DX7 V gives you a unique tool for customizing and creating new musical instruments and sound effects.

With its radical departure from analog designs, FM synthesis helps you chart new sonic spaces. The DX7 V is capable of producing an incredible spectrum of sounds ranging from natural-sounding instruments to unique synths to alien worlds—complete with all the crystal clarity and punchy transients uniquely associated with FM. Since having an instrument with such extreme depth and potential is the dream of every sonic explorer, we challenged ourselves to go even further. We added a host of new features including multiple waveforms, a filter and feedback loop on each operator, new modulation sources, a monster unison mode, and more.

The DX7 V is the perfect design tool for designing unique new instruments and ear candy that help you make your own distinct musical statement.

Design elegance meets sound design power

The DX7 V sports a stunning interface allowing intuitive control over all of the instrument’s dramatically expanded features

While retaining the feel of the original design, we’ve streamlined the main interface of the DX7 V to make it much simpler to use and understand. Here you’ll find an uncluttered presentation of only your everyday performance controls, as well as the fundamentals to start visualizing and exploring new sonic structures. When you’re ready to dig deeper and flesh out the detailed character and animation of your sounds, one click presents a programmer’s paradise of incisive controls and displays light years beyond the tedious original hardware interface. Balancing usability and all the added power in the DX7 V, tabbed windows easily put your fingers on logically grouped functions spanning enhanced operators, additional envelopes, matrix modulation, step sequencer, FX architecture, and more.

Whether you just want to play the extensive library sounds or program your own, the DX7 V is a dream to use.

Main Features

•32 original DX7 algorithm
•All DX7 original parameters
•Original DX7 SysEx import
•25 available waveforms per operators
•6 Operators with multi-mode filter and feedback per operators
•DX7, DADSR and Multi-Segments envelopes (syncable and loopable) per operators
•2 Modulation envelopes
•4 assignable macros
Advanced modulation matrix
•A step sequencer, 2 LFOs with 6 waveforms and an arpeggiator
•4 FXs slots that can be routed in parallel or in serie
•An oscilloscope
•Vintage and Modern DAC Mode for a proper emulation of the DX7 converter
•32 voices of polyphony
•4 voices of unison with unison detune
•436 factory presets

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  Member 28.01.2014 63
Sunny what's new in this version?
  Releaser 21.07.2012 9953 1191
Bug Fixes
No more crash when browsing presets
No more stuck notes when using sustain pedal with unison
Moduilation/Pitch Looping Envelopes are now reset on "AllNoteOff" message
Improved SysEx support
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Bug Fixes
No more crash when browsing presets
No more stuck notes when using sustain pedal with unison
Moduilation/Pitch Looping Envelopes are now reset on "AllNoteOff" message
Improved SysEx support
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  Releaser 21.07.2012 9953 1191
Thanks !
  Resident 11.05.2013 3 131
More improvement Thanks a lot, TEAM V.R
  Resident 18.10.2009 1 38
Can this be installed over DX7 included in "Arturia.V.Collection.6.v6.0.1.HAPPY.NEW.YEAR"?
Nudge, nudge, wink, wink ;)
  Resident 19.02.2014 309
I inV collection over V.R's lling collection cse i dore few fixe.
  Member 8.11.2016 75
Sounds nothing like a DX7 - what a joke
Beauty is in the ear of the beholder
  Member 17.02.2014 167
Yes, although I think that a joke like that of Arturia's fake soft clipping is still unbeatable!
  Member 8.11.2016 75
Yes ha ha ha I see what you mean my friend.

Arturia are so desperate to please the money from your fingertips

It may sound good to your ears and maybe suitable for making "music" but perhaps some will understand that Arturia deliver us a juicy and fermented portion of pure marketing hype.
Beauty is in the ear of the beholder
  Resident 22.09.2015 1 252
Have you a DX7 to make a comparison ?

Normally they should sound very close.
Of course they sound different if you don't desactivate FXs on the plugin version.

Take original DX7 preset and import this preset in the plugin.
  Member 8.11.2016 75
Yes I do happen to have several DX7 and that is why I am able to make such claims.

Maybe it's an FM synth but it is of course not anything close to a DX7

but of course many will take the "bait"
Beauty is in the ear of the beholder
  Moderator 21.01.2012 904 8137
All these supposed emulation are better taken as "inspired by" that a carbon copy.
You cant really emulate the output of a DX7 with a digital machine.
I had a TX802 and it has a different sound than the Dx7, even if it was supposed to be the same with more power. Closer was the modules of the TX816, but still with differences.

Like the Buchla one, everyone that has used a Buchla will say it does not sound the same. But one unit didn't sound the same the other one at that time anyway...

And then there is the whole sound chain, a DX7 had to go through a mixing desk then to a tape machine and back to the desk ....

So, take all these emulation as if they were new synth with similar possibilities, you'll get less frustrated.
  Member 8.11.2016 75
So True, a lot of the sound of this old gear is the signal chain. A lot of guitarists loose their mind that way.
Yep TX802 sounds totally different to DX7 MK1 so maybe arturia should have called it BS101
Beauty is in the ear of the beholder
  Member 28.11.2016 182
Yup, I've had a TX-802, a couple of MK1 DX7s, a few Mk2s, still got a II-FD DX7 here now, had tx81z, dx100, SY77 etc.. all sound a bit different and all sound 'better' than any of these software versions for actual FM with presence. But the FM synths like FM8 are cool soft synths in their own right I just don't think they have that edge and bite of real "hardware FM" with it's old op-amps and overall tone.
  Resident 22.09.2015 1 252
Personnally I have never had a DX7 , but for the moment I use a lot FM soft synthesis for my tracks. And I like more how FM8 sounds than this one.
On the FM8 manual they say it can "emulate" the DX7's 12 bit DA converters if you push the "digital" fader on the main page.
I don't know if it's the case but I like it.
  Moderator 21.01.2012 904 8137
Yes I had a TX81Z too, but it's not to compare to a DX7 as it has only 4 op, but , and that was very important, with a choice of different wave forms for each op.
I used it a lot to produce metallic sounds.
  Resident 2.02.2014 1 1361

Some tweaks + eq/saturation and so on - and you are here. If not...
...who cares about it? Somebody willl appreciate either it is gear or emulated? Nowadays in electronic music almost everything sounds too fat and vintage and warm - who cares is it really gear or emulated? And who will count quantity and quality of your harmonics? Or measure fatness and warmthness?
If emulated Moog doesn't sound like real Moog - fuck this if it sounds too fat and warm enough for your mix. Who knows, maybe your track doesn't really need real true analogness.
So what you choose: free gift by R2R/VR or paid gear which costs not so cheap? Gear is better because it sounds 1% closer than Arturia? Or your small nuances are worth it? Can you define where is digital hardware synth or digital plugin synth? Or your listeners?
F*ck these debates. It would be ok if xylophones from gear sounded like slightly saturated sinewaves from virtual synth-plugin. But small nuances are just a question of tweaks/extra processing...
Egoist is a kind of those bastards who cares only about himself, and doesn't care ABOUT ME at all!
  Resident 22.09.2015 1 252
In your link the DX7 sounds clearly different than the plugin.
For me the "problem" with this plugin is the envelopes. I don't like them.They don't have the edge that FM8 ones have for example.
  Member 8.11.2016 75
Arturia, since the days of their early plugins, the sound has remained poor. Please do not try and sell your softsynth based purely on it's "vintage" cred. That is my issue with these. If your going to call it DX7, D50 ect, make damn well sure it is fucking good! OK! enuf said.
Beauty is in the ear of the beholder
  Member 9.10.2016 116
It is good, the difference is negligible. I doubt you vintage synth elitist types could score 100% in a blind sound test, but I'm sure you'll claim that you would
  Moderator 21.01.2012 904 8137
I would agree with you if we were speaking of another analog gear,
but DX7 first version had so much noise in the transient, specially audible with round bass sounds, you could not fail.
That's why I never liked it really. It was not very precise.
But on the long term, that may be part of it's charm...
Even so, as I said, for me it's ok with these emulations.
  Member 17.02.2014 167
Thanks TEAM V.R, I hope that the other Team realizes how good it is to have the option to install only the desired plug-ins (as in the Melda or Waves packages) instead of wasting gigabytes of disk space with a collection that may not interest you in its entirety (in my case, I only use 3 Arturia plug-ins). Better yet if we have them completely independent with their own installer as in this release by TEAM V.R.
  Member 7.03.2014 3 67
Better one installer with selectable plugins! Also with Waves.

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