Arturia VOX Continental V

Virtual Organ Plug-in - Mac/PC AAX, VST, AU
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Standalone
AAX
VST
AU

Software Compatibility

Most software is compatible with both Mac and Windows computers, but check to make sure.

If you're using Pro Tools, AAX plug-ins (or RTAS for older versions) are what you need. Most other Mac DAWs support AU plug-ins. VST is compatible with a number of Mac and Windows programs. Be sure you choose plug-ins that work with your DAW!

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The Classic VOX Organ Returns!

Add a classic vintage keyboard to your productions with the Arturia VOX Continental V virtual instrument! This spot-on re-creation of the VOX Continental V gives you instant access to one of the most popular keyboards of the '60s and '70s. On top of the iconic keyboard sound, you get emulations of vintage stompbox effects, guitar amps, microphones, and rotary speakers - everything you need to emulate the sounds heard on classic recordings by Iron Butterfly, The Doors, and many others. For the iconic sound of a legendary keyboard, any organ aficionado at Sweetwater can highly recommend the Arturia VOX Continental V virtual instrument.

Arturia VOX Continental V Virtual Instrument Features:
  • Vintage keyboard virtual instrument based on the original VOX Continental organ circuitry
  • Redesigned preset browser
  • Resizeable user interface for HD displays
  • Extensive control over advanced parameters for sound design
  • Embellish your sound with classic stompbox effects
  • Modeled guitar amplifiers and rotary-speaker cabinets
  • Modeled microphones give you even more power to fine-tune your sound
Re-create classic rock tones with the Arturia VOX Continental V!

Additional Media

Virtual Instrument Buying Guide
VOX Continental V User Manual

Tech Specs

Software Type Organ
Platform Mac, PC
Upgrade/Full Full
Download/Boxed Download
Bit Depth 32-bit, 64-bit
Format Standalone, AAX, VST, AU
Hardware Requirements - Mac Intel 2GHz CPU or higher, 2GB RAM minimum
Hardware Requirements - PC 2GHz CPU or higher, 2GB RAM minimum
OS Requirements - Mac OS X 10.8 or later
OS Requirements - PC Windows 7 or later
Manufacturer Part Number 210514_Down

Customer Reviews

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2.5/5

Great Tone

Our band was asked to perform Inagaddadavida for New Year's Eve. I had never played it before and we had a month to get ready. I learned that the Iron Butterfly keyboardist had used the Vox organ. So to get those high transistor sounds I bought the Arturia. The first thing I noticed after installing and authorizing it was that it was out of tune. Arturia helped me figure out that it was the 48 Khz sample rate and that it needed to be 44.1 and that fixed that problem. However, it still didn't play notes high enough for Inagaddadavida. I couldn't figure out a drawbar combination that would do it. So I bought the Vintage Organs set from Native Instruments too. Amazingly, the Native Instruments Vintage Organs version of the Vox Continental V had an Inagaddadavida setting that played the high notes perfectly. The Arturia works in a VST host, and the Native Instruments version has to be played in Kontakt. Perhaps Arturia will modify there version so it can reach the high notes, Then I would be able to give it 5 stars. I ended up using the Native Instruments version. (of course)
See also: Piano Software, Arturia, Arturia Virtual Instruments: Synths, Keyboards, & Organs