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You can get a chance to win a $6000 "Golden Unit" VSC-2 modeled by Vertigo.

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Here is what the company has to say:

 

"When we model a hardware unit to turn it into a plugin we always look for a "Golden Unit" which we pick in cooperation with the hardware manufacturer. The plugin will sound exactly like this unit when we are done, so it´s important to use a unit that meets the specs exactly and sounds great."

 

The Vertigo team has offered to give away the compressor unit that was modeled.

 

The winner will be picked on February 29th. You qualify if you own a valid license of the plugin. Existing users qualify as well. If you already own the plugin, you can take part in the draw. If you didn´t buy the plugin so far, you can get it at a discounted price: the VSC-2 will cost 279 US$ (list price 299 US$) until February 29th.

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