Novation are offering a chance to win their 'I Make Synth Jams' starter pack, consisting of:
Here's what they have to say,
"One lucky winner will get his or her own Novation live rig. A collection of professional devices that you can use to perform your own electronic music live.
First off, I/O. We're giving you a top of the range audio interface with precision analogue/digital conversion. The Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 audio interface will bring a new level of clarity and sound to your work and provide enough inputs and outputs to grow with you as your live rig expands.
Then you're going to need some powered reference monitors. KRK are one of the worlds most respected manufactures of studio reference monitors for a reason, let's face it; KRK's are just standard now. We're giving you a pair of KRK Rokit 5 G3 that will give you professional accuracy for your performances, recording, mixing and mastering.
Then you'll need Circuit. Boasting two customisable Nova polysynths, a four-part drum machine, and a powerful sequencer engine. Circuit is the perfect device to have at the heart of your live rig.
Now, let's add some analogue noise. Bass Station II is our pure analogue monosynth. Whether you need to add some resonant, squelchy, arpeggiated acid lines, deep, sub shaking bass lines or noise whooshes, transitions and FX, Bass Station II has you covered. "
Pricing and Availability:
Free entry. They just want you name and an email address.
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