You Can Use Arturia Pigments Polychrome Synthesizer for Free Until July 3rd

Arturia has announced that it is letting anyone use their Pigments virtual synthesizer for free until July 3rd, 2020.

Pigments is a unique synth combining wavetable, virtual analog, granular and sampling in one instrument.

Pigments features a twin audio engine, letting you mix virtual analog and wavetable oscillators with a sample engine to create the perfect starting point for your patch. You can even morph wavetables, granularize samples, and import your own sounds to warp and contort.

What you do next is up to you. Experiment with 3 envelopes, 3 LFOs, and 3 function generators. Assign modulators to animate your sound, and breathe life into it. Add controlled, or totally wild random changes to any parameter with a Turing probability generator. Run it through 2 filters, with any combination of iconic analog filters or modern formant and surgeon filters you want. Process your patch with exciting contemporary effects like wavefolder and multifilter, or vintage studio reverbs, tape delays, and EQs.

You can use Arturia Pigments free of charge until July 3rd. To begin your trial, you’ll need to create an account or login at Arturia, then claim your code.

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