Arturia – Spark 2.4.0.106 – NO INSTALL, SymLink Installer (VSTi, AAX) [Win x64]

By | September 11, 2018

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Year / Date of Issue : 06.2018
Version : 2.4.0.106
Developer : Arturia
Developer’s site : Arturia
Format : STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX
Bit depth : 64bit
Tabletka : cured
System requirements : Windows: 7 +

Description : Combining the power of analog synthesis, physical modeling and samples, together with the intuitive workflow of iron machine drums, Spark is the creative center for creating bits. Spark will save you time in finding the right drum kit, and will surprise with its incredible simplicity and sound capabilities.
With a full library including drum machines, electronic analog shock, acoustic and physical shock, Spark is your weapon for creating unique grooves, wherever you are, in the studio or on stage.
Key Features:
– Qualitative sound engine: TAE® Analog synthesis, multilayer sampling, physical modeling;
– 480 instruments / 30 percussion installations:
Vintage drum machines: analog emulation of TR-808, TR-909, Simmons SDS-V, and Eprom based on LinnDrum, Drumtraks, DMX, and much more;
electronic shock kits covering the most popular modern musical styles: Dub, House, Techno, Hip Hop, RnB … and so a lot of space for experiments thanks to the physics engine;
Acoustic drum sets mixed with physical modeling and samples for a more natural sound.
– 16 keys – 64 step sequencer;
– high accuracy of rotary encoders
– 8 velocity levels and pads sensitive to depression
– FX pads with Repeat, Tape, Reverse, Strobe, Pan, Mix, Bit Crusher, Filter and Roller effects
– Advanced Loop mode with ripping and moving functions
– Automation in real time of all parameters
– 16 track mixer with 9 high-quality effects: compressor, reverb, bit crusher, multiband EQ, chorus, delay, distortion, phaser, plate reverb
– Song Mode with 64 Patterns
– Shuffle and Shift modes for reviving grooves

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New in version:
V 2.4.0
Since its release, we have been able to analyze how Spark 2 responds and reacts on different systems and DAWs, and refining its code to ensure the most stable, reliable experience for every user.
Below is the list of the permanent and intermittent issues that have been resolved in the Spark 2.4 update.
Fixed Bugs
Crash
No more crash when click output is set on out 16
No more crash when exporting MIDI in Cubase 8.0.40 OSX
No more crash when loading a project if there is a project with the same name
No more crash when closing while controller detection is running
No more crash with 9/8 time signature used in sequencer or when using impossible time signature and resolution state
FX
Distortion Crush 2 does not create anymore offset on audio out
Graphic EQ tooltips now properly displays negative values
No more weird behavior when using fx on master track
Vocal filter LFO on / off
Leslie speed switch is is working correctly
Factory FX presets are not deletable anymore
Analog delay presets are now heard correctly
Tube distortion works now correctly if sample rate is set to 44100
Phaser dual mode button has now effect on sound
Vocal filter letter placement is now recalled
Sequencer
In sequencer view, importing MIDI file by drag and drop is possible if you drag on a step
Sequencer view now switch correctly between 1-32 and 33-64 view when song is active
Resolution improvement when re-importing a MIDI file with drag & drop
User can remove automation made on FX2
User can access “33-64” page in 1/24 resolution
User can access “33-64” page when using 48 steps
When editing on 33-64 sequencer page, global automation tool is now correctly updated on drag
Shift Automation does not reset anymore to its minimum value when deleted
Kits
“Lyynk Indus 1” instrument 1, parameter 1 is now correctly mapped to Pitch
“Deep Lab 1” macro knob is now possible to turn with mouse drag
“Lyynk Indus 2” instrument 8 is now workingly
“Subdriven_RS” instrument is now working in “Subdriven” project
User can not overwrite factory kits anymore
Export / Drag’n’drop
Rename preference improvement for * .wav export size “Two Patterns Length” to “Include audio tail when exporting”
Icons at export on Windows are now correct
User can now select the Midi drum map output format
Improvement of the drag and drop export feature
Drag audio sequence from sequencer to DAW does not require anymore the mouse over a non audio track area
Studio One 3 supports now drag & drop wave files into track
Various
“Please select the moose you want to load …” Typo when loading a sample from Windows Explorer
Sampler now shows correctly the waveform if reverse is on
Reverse button
Modular view does not reset anymore
User can choose an image when creating a new project or “saving as”
User can disable the master out in the preference panel
When browsing samples, selecting the next sample
Double click default value is now set on 0db on mixer faders and not on middle position
Tempo is now updated in GUI when tapped
Pad names are now correctly updated when switching from pad 1-8 to 9-16
Verbose Mode is now accessible on SparkLE GUI
Third parameter assignment of instrument 15 & 16 is now displayed
GUI of the slices are now correclty displayed in the REX player
GUI and reopening it in the DAW
NOISE / HARDTEK packs are now correctly working with all sample rates on Mac
Select + 12 shortcut does not change anymore accent and song mode
Step sequencer buttons from controller and GUI now trigger notes in Tune mode
Switching from SparkLE GUI to Spark Creative BPI knob to its maximum value
It is not possible anymore to interact with modules that are behind other modules in the Modular view
No more error in FL Studio when detaching the window
BPM is now updated when Spark is slave of an external MIDI device
Tempo and shuffle values
Previewing an instrument without loading it does not change anymore the instrument name
The VST * .dll install path is now remembered between installations on PC
Sample browser is not anymore corrupted if the instrument was previously a modular instrument
Latch mode works with mouse

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