60% off UVI Retro Organs this weekend
This weekend, UVI offers a 60% discount off its retro organ collection for the UVI Workstation.
The UVI Retro Organs features the samples of restored organs from the 40s and recorded at 44.1 kHz at the French Guillaume Tell studio. UVI used the original speakers installed with the instruments as well as a rotary speaker, vintage guitar amps (Marshall JTM 45, JCM 800, Plexi, Fender Bassman, Twin Reverb, Matchless Chieftain, Soldano Hot Rod and Vox AC30) as well as vibrato and percussion effects. The instruments were captured with Neumann and Sennheiser microphones connected to the preamps of an SSL 9000 consoles and various processors were used.
Retro Organ features 12,469 samples in total and 652 presets.
Until July 27th, you can purchase the collection for $39 instead of $99 at www.uvi.net/retro-organs.html.
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