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T&M Arturia CZ V v1.0.1.2810

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The CZ V models the Casio CZ-101 and CZ-1000, two cult synthesizers behind many '80s pop hits. It adds a ton of new features that make it an instrument for the ages. Casio's mid-'80s digital synths were light on price and big on sound. One listen and you'll be really big on the new, improved CZ V.

Released in 1984, the CZ-101 was Casio's answer to the wildly popular Yamaha DX7. It was significantly less expensive and infinitely easier to program than its rival. Instead of frequency modulation, Casio's phase distortion (PD) used various user-selected waveforms to modulate the timing of simple carrier waves at the cycle level in order to create more complex wave shapes. This simplified form of digital synthesis made it comparatively easy to perfect a wide variety of timbres spanning warm pads, natural percussion, buzzy digitalia, sci-fi effects and even analog synths. While PD could sound similar to FM, it also had a unique sonic signature all its own.

Imagine a virtual instrument that realistically models every nuance of the CZ-101-and with four times the polyphony and zillions more presets. What if it gave you an intuitive graphic interface that unlocked of all the hidden jewels in this unique digital synth? And what if it now had additional envelopes, filters, LFOs, effects, and extensive beat-sync-to-host parameters? Oh, and what if you could interconnect all that via a new super-flexible modulation matrix? We've faithfully reproduced the instrument that brought '80s pop to new heights.

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