Output Signal is now available for free
Output finally released the much requested Free, limited version, of its Signal virtual synth for Kontakt.
Signal Free only includes 2 GB of sound content (vs 40 GB in the full version), 4 sound sources instead of 50 and 25 presets, and you won’t have the ability to store your own presets. However, you’ll find in this demo version the same Dual Pulse engine, the macro controls, effects and Advanced Page.
Signal Free will work without any time limit in the full version of Kontakt, and 15 minutes only in the free Kontakt Player.
To download this Free version, enter your personal info at outputsounds.com.
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