Arturia has announced version 7.1 of its V Collection instrument bundle, an update that aims to improve your creative abilities, and boost your confidence when using software instruments.
On top of the usual compatibility upgrades and minor tweaks to performance, the latest update adds some seriously useful, powerful, and creatively inspiring features for users to enjoy.
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Changes in V Collection 7.1
- In-App Tutorials — Many of the core instruments of V Collection 7 now feature in-app tutorials that guide you through the key features of the instrument. Learn about synthesis from within the synth itself, gain confidence as you design sounds, and discover the true power of the additional features each title brings.
- Undo / Redo Function — Mistakes happen, but thanks to the new undo/redo functionality, they no longer stand in your way. Not happy with your changes? Want to compare your new patch to the original? Flick back and forth with ease, and explore sound without fear of losing anything.
- Full NKS Compatibility — Good news for Native Instrument Kontrol owners, now V Collection 7 is fully NKS compliant, letting you instantly map controls and organize sounds on your controller.
- Analog Lab 4.1 — The performance hub for all V Collection instruments is now better than ever, with a refined performance mode and workflow-enhancing tweaks to the interface.
- Easy Installation — The new Arturia Software Center now lets you create an account, register your products, download them, and activate in one streamlined utility.
- All standalone instruments are also now compliant with the latest macOS Cataline update.