Audio Damage Odio release and promotion
Audio Damage announced the release of its Odio Eurorack USB audio interface as well as a special flash sale on its virtual instruments and effects.
The ADM09 Odio, the 2-channel USB audio interface for Mac, PC and iOS in Eurorack Format Audio Damage introduced last March (see this news), is now available for the price of $249.
The other news is that Audio Damage has launched on its website a flash sale with a 25% discount off all its instrument and effect plug-ins until Sunday 3rd May midnight.A
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