Give a little, get a Little... PrimalTap
SoundToys' "Give a little, get a little" enters its third stage: this time, you are invited to name your price on the Little PrimalTap.
This holiday season, SoundToys' "Give a little, get a little" consists in temporarily turning plugins from their "Little" series into donationwares, with all proceeds (yes, 100%) guaranteed to go to charity Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), a search and rescue organization that saves lives at sea in the world’s most dangerous border crossings.
The current plugin offered under such conditions is the Little PrimalTap, a creative digital delay based on the classic Prime Time delay from the 80’s. The “Multiply” knob is aimed at creating unique sounds and is said to ba part of the one-of-a-kind character modeled from the original hardware. Its original price is $79, but for a few days it's up to you to decide how much you want to spend on it.
More details at SoundToys' website.
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