Arturia Summer Promotions
Arturia announces Summer promotions on Analog Experience bundles.
Analog Experience THE LABORATORY + V Collection
Analog Experience THE LABORATORY + V collection bundle comes with a 49-key keyboard featuring multiple controls, velocity and aftertouch.
It also brings all Arturia emulations of various synthesizers (Moog modular, Minimoog, CS-80, Prophet 5, Prophet VS, ARP 2600, Jupiter 8). All of these Classic Synths are controllable from the Analog Laboratory software.
Retail price : Was €848/ Now €599
Analog Experience THE FACTORY + The One
Analog Experience THE FACTORY comes with a 32-key velocity-sensitive keyboard and dedicated software offering 3500 sounds selected from Arturia’s Classic Synths.
On top of this, Arturia includes “The One” which allow you to install all of their Classic Synths and register “the one” software synth of your choice.
Retail price : Was €478/ Now €299
Analog Experience THE PLAYER + Hip Hop producer
Analog Experience THE PLAYER includes a portable 25-key MIDI keyboard and a compilation of Arturia’s analog sounds.
Combined with “Hip Hop producer“, which includes Ableton Live Lite, Analog Factory Hip Hop Edition, Lounge Lizard Session and a library of 1200 samples, it lets you get started in Hip Hop music production.
Retail price : Was €278/ Now €199
Quantities are limited.
For more details about these summer promotions, visit www.arturia.com/summerdeals.
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