Arturia

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Arturia
Type Privately Held Corporation
Industry Computer software and hardware for music production/performance
Founded Grenoble, France (1999)
Headquarters Grenoble, France
Key people Frédéric Brun, Gilles Pommereuil
Products Moog Modular V, CS-80V, Minimoog V, ARP2600 V, Prophet V, Analog Factory, Jupiter-8V, Brass, Origin, Storm, MiniBrute, MicroBrute, Spark
Employees 13
Website Arturia.com
Arturia Analog Factory Experience
Arturia MicroBrute
Arturia MicroBrute SE ( white )

Arturia is a Electronic Musical Instruments designer located in Grenoble, France. Founded in 1999 by Frédéric Brun and Gilles Pommereuil, both INPG-qualified engineers,[1] the company's main focus has been on the development of electronic music software and tools - primarily emulations of vintage analog synthesizers. More recently however, they have transcended the realm of software emulations & their related controllers by offering the MiniBrute & the MicroBrute, both 100% analogue Monophonic Synthesizers.

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Arturia has won a number of awards. Among them are:

  • The "Grand Prize for Innovation" from Andersen Consulting in July 1999;
  • Recognition by OSEO anvar, the French Agency for Innovation.
  • Participated in the UCLA Anderson School of Management Global Access Program.[2]

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