Slate's Virtual Microphone System now available
Slate Digital has released its long-awaited Virtual Microphone System.
Slate Digital has officially released its Virtual Microphone System, with thousands of mics currently being inspected in the brand's US factory waiting to get shipped to dealers worldwide. VMS is a hybrid system that utilizes an extremely transparent condenser microphone, a sonically neutral preamp, and a digital plugin that claims to recreate the tone of classic microphones and preamps.
And as a special launching promotion, all VMS orders made before August 31st 2016 entitles the purchaser to receive the $300-value Classic Tubes 2 mic module expansion pack, (which models three famous vintage tube mics) for free.
More details at www.slatedigital.com.
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