From now through May 23, 2019, anyone who subscribes to the IK Multimedia newsletter mailing list can receive the Syntronik Bully bass synth virtual instrument for free, with no purchase necessary. Here’s the deal in IK Multimedia’s own words…
A $/€49.99 value, the Bully is part of IK Multimedia's Syntronik and Syntronik Deluxe versions for Mac/PC. To receive Syntronik Bully at no charge, new users can simply download and install Syntronik Free, which is a free plug-in from the IK Multimedia site. A pop-up will prompt users to sign up for the mailing list to register and unlock Bully. Existing customers can simply access their IK Multimedia account and follow the same steps.
Syntronik Bully recreates the thunderous bass sounds of the Moog Taurus I, II and III, which were organ pedal-style synthesizers that became a much-treasured chapter in synth history. The slow-sweeping low pass filter with little or no resonance is a signature Taurus sound with its massive low end. These synth sounds are ideal for a wide range of genres and styles, making it a "must-own" for rock, electronic, and many other styles.
Syntronik offers the most definitive collection of vintage synthesizers in a virtual instrument to date, covering a wide selection of the most iconic to ultra-rare vintage synthesizers of all time. Syntronik Deluxe adds 500 new instrument presets, 18GB of new sounds, and more than 22,000 new samples for a new total of 22 synths, 2,600 instrument presets, 80GB of sound content and more than 120,000 samples.
All Syntronik synths accurately recreate the actual sound of vintage synthesizers using a combination of sampling and modelling to ensure truly authentic results. IK's proprietary DRIFT™ technology varies the phase, colour and pitch of the sampled oscillators in a subtle fashion to keep them moving just like real analog oscillators.
Pricing and Availability:
Free. For details on how to receive Syntronik Bully, visit: www.ikmultimedia.com/synbullypromo
A portable and low cost entry into the world of N.I. Komplete
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