Oberheim SEM V is a software synthesizer based on Oberheim's legendary SEM - Synthesizer Expander Module.
The Oberheim SEM V is a full featured polyphonic synth that aims to faithfully reproduce the famous Oberheim SEM tone. It also has added features on top of the original set of functionality. This makes Arturia's Oberheim SEM V a versatile all around virtual synthesizer.
- Mimics all the original parameters of the Oberheim SEM
- With two oscillators, each offering sawtooth wave and variable-width pulse wave with PWM, sine wave LFO, 12dB/oct multi-mode Filter with low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and notch, two ADS envelope generators.
- Added functionalities: New LFO, Noise, Sub oscillator, on board effects (overdrive, chorus and delay), Arpeggiator, Portamento.
- Advanced Keyboard Follow module
- New 8 Voice Programmer module
- Polyphony and 8 Voice Multitimbrality
- Modulation Matrix module
New in v1.1.6:
- Performance, stability, and MIDI improvements.
New in v1.1:
- Two modes have been added to the 8-Voice Programmer
- Polyphony is now adjustable
- Enhanced performance on all DAWs
- Polyphony parameter
- Faster preset management.
- 20 new factory presets from Ian Boddy.
- 21 new factory presets from Erik Norlander.
- 35 new factory presets from Richard Courtel.
- 11 new factory presets from Kevin Lamb.
- 14 new factory presets from Drew Newmann.
- ''Reassign'' mode for the 8-Voice Programmer (like in the original one, the SEM V will first use the boards that are not gated in its voice assignment).
- ''Forward Retrig'' mode : the 8-Voice Programmer restarts from the first board when releasing all gates.
- Sustain pedal is now active on all systems.
- Improved performances on all DAWs, notably Logic and Pro Tools.