Attack Magazine and UVI are offering Digital Synsations UVI Workstation expansion for free (regular $149.25)

By | 2016-11-07T13:47:34+00:00 March 13th, 2015|Free Synth Presets|

Attack Magazine in collaboration with UVI are offering for free Digital Synsations, a premium synth with the classic sound of units including the Korg M1 and Roland D50.

In the late 80’s and early 90’s the synthesizer landscape began to change. A new breed of keyboards began appearing in shops, records and on stage; matte black behemoths eschewing the familiar knob arrays for uniform clusters of discrete buttons and glowing green LCD screens.

They signaled more than a shift in interaction with our musical counterparts‚ they ushered in the era of the digital synth.

The library includes 4 classic keyboards from the 90s: Yamaha SY77, Korg M1, Ensoniq VFX and Roland D50 with 501 presets in total.

Digital Synsations usually costs $149.25. In order to take advantage of this great offer, add the product to cart and then at checkout use coupon code FREEDS.

Watch below a video presentation:

Please note that you’ll need an iLok account to autorize the product (registration is free), also keep in mind that UVI Workstation v2.5.10 (free download) is mandatory to run Digital Synsations library.

I don’t know how much this offer will last, so my advice would be to download it now.

EDIT: The giveaway ends today, March 14th.

More info:

Digital Synsations UVI Workstation expansion

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4 Comments

  1. Rob Mar 14, 2015 at 11:59 am - Reply

    Freebie is not longer valid anymore. Stopped too early I think. Too sad.

    • flstudiomusic Mar 15, 2015 at 3:11 pm - Reply

      I was first to publish the news, immediately after Attack Magazine. I downloaded the instrument while writing the article.

      I guess they didn’t expect such response…

  2. Max Gutov Mar 14, 2015 at 3:45 pm - Reply

    I think they stop spreading it for free before announced date due to l lot more downloads than they expected. So sad

    • flstudiomusic Mar 15, 2015 at 3:15 pm - Reply

      I published the article Friday 13, at 4 PM GMT. At 4 PM I already had registered it with iLok. Then after 2 hours the news went kinda viral and yes, maybe they canceled earlier. But some guys said they got it Friday night…

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