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Robot Funk is a French House synth preset pack for the Arturia V Collection and Analog Lab V. The collection features remakes of popular synth sounds used by Daft Punk, as well as newly imagined patches inspired by the duo. The pack is diverse, featuring clean, distorted, funky and cinematic sounds as well as everything in between.
The pack features 80 sounds spread across Arturia Jun-6 V, Jup-8 V4 and Emulator II V. Jun-6 was used to emulate the duo’s Roland Juno-106 sounds, Jup-8 V4 was used to recreate more complex and distorted sounds, and the Emulator II V patches utilise sampled sounds created for this pack. If you don’t have the individual V Collection plugins, an Arturia Analog Lab V bank featuring all the sounds is also included in the pack.
The sounds in Robot Funk cover Daft Punk’s entire discography, including the distorted Juno sounds of Homework, the glossier, more processed sounds of Discovery, the SynthTalk sounds of Human After All, the overdriven cinematic sequences of the Tron: Legacy OST, and of course, the diverse sounds of Random Access Memories.
All sounds (excluding drums) are Robot Funk presets.
To use the Robot Funk presets you will need to already own either Arturia V Collection plugins Jup-8 V4, Jun-6 V and Emulator II V or a copy of Arturia Analog Lab V.
If you have Analog Lab V, you don't need the individual plugins to use these sounds.
Your plugins will need to be updated to Jup-8 V version 4.2.0 or higher, Jun-6 V and Emulator II V version 1.2.0 or higher and Analog Lab V version 5.4.5 or higher.
The synth plugins Jup-8 V, Jun-6 V, Emulator II V and Analog Lab V are not included in the Robot Funk download. They are available to purchase from either the Arturia website or Splice's Rent-to-Own plans.
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