Modal Electronics has announced their 2021 summer promotion. They say that, whether it's synth captains looking to expand their sonic arsenal, a producer seeking the pinnacle in modern synthesiser technology or a novice looking to dive into the wonderful world of synthesis, there has never been a better time to experience Modal Electronic's ground-breaking synthesiser roster. Here's the details that they have sent us...
From now through to 30th September 2021, users who buy an ARGON or COBALT Series Synthesiser will be eligible for a 50€ / £50 / $50 cashback coupon*; purchases made between this period will also qualify for entry into Modal Electronic's Golden Ticket Prize Draw for a chance to WIN a dream sound designers setup!
About the COBALT Series
COBALT synthesisers gather the best attributes of legendary vintage synths from the past, fusing next-generation progressive concepts in sound generation techniques. Combined with Modal's sophisticated modulation and performance engine, these synths deliver a wide spectrum of sounds suitable for all musical genres.
About the ARGON Series
Discover the colourful, unique sound of the ARGON series of wavetable synthesisers. Meticulously designed and engineered to perfection, these instruments are a true treasure trove for every musician seeking to separate from the pack with elegant and characterful sonic textures.
The Golden Ticket Prize Draw
Users purchasing an ARGON or COBALT Series Synthesiser from a qualifying dealer between now and the 30th September are also eligible for entry into Modal Electronic's Golden Ticket Prize Draw for a chance to WIN a dream sound designers setup including a COBALT8X or ARGON8X, a CRAFTsynth 2.0 and a SKULPT SE. Entrants are required to enter via an entry form accessible on the Modal Electronics blog.
The winner will be announced during a live stream on Modal Electronics' YouTube channel on the 30th September 2021.
Pricing and Availability:
Full details of the promotion alongside a list of qualifying dealers internationally can be found here.
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