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Get UVI Digital Synsations for free!  ·  Source: UVI / Gearnews

UVI is giving away its Digital Synsations bundle for free until the end of September. It consists of four sample-based software synthesizers which bring back the legendary sounds of the late 80’s and early 90’s. If names like Korg M1, Ensoniq VFX, Yamaha SY77 and Roland D-50 make your mouth water, you shouldn’t miss this deal.

Digital Synsations for free

Now if that isn’t a sweet deal, then what is? Our favourite synths of the 90’s completely free – thanks, UVI! All you need to do to take advantage of this offer is enter a voucher code, and the bundle with the Korg M1, Ensoniq VFX, Yamaha SY77 and Roland D-50 synths is yours. If you’ve always wanted to bathe in the digital glory of these 90’s synths, it’s your lucky day. But hurry up, because this offer ends on September 30, 2019.

Caution: Due to the increased traffic, you may experience slow-downs in UVI’s web shop.

Price and conditions

You can get the UVI Digital Synsations bundle as a free download until September 30, 2019. Simply add the bundle to your virtual shopping cart, enter the voucher code FREEDS-AVID and watch the price drop from EUR 149 to zero. To run the plug-ins, you’ll need a free iLok account and an installed version of UVI Falcon or UVI Workstation, the latter of which is also free.

Here’s a tip: If you have an EU VAT ID, you can save even more. Entering this in your UVI account removes the tax, which reduces the price of the Digital Synsations bundle to EUR 125.21. You can then add another item to take advantage of the EUR 149 voucher, for example the Falcon Expansion Pack for around EUR 30.

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Klemen
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Their servers are down pretty much all of the time now. They probably underestimated the number of downloads like tenfold.


mrdoghead
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Falcon is most certainly not “free” – even for those willing to take on the iLok burden. Workstation is, however, free.


spekkauar
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Save yourself from jumping through the hoops of aggravation.
Prompting you for a “billig adress” when it’s free… UVI FTW!