UVI Offering Time-Limited Promo On Vintage Vault 2 Synth Collection

Get significant discounts off this premier bundle of over 50 software synths until June 16th, 2019. Read on to find out all the details.  

Paris, May 28th, 2019 - For a limited-time UVI is offering its premier vintage instrument collection, Vintage Vault 2, at a significant discount. From now through June 16th you can purchase a new license for $399 / 399€, an upgrade from Vintage Vault 1 for $199 / 199€, or an upgrade from any individual products in Vintage Vault 2 with a total value of $149 / 149€ or more for $299 / 299€. Available upgrades options will be shown for eligible users by logging into their accounts on UVI.net.

Vintage Vault 2 is the premier vintage synth collection, including 50 instruments, 111 drum machines, over 7,000 presets and more. Vintage Vault 2 delivers the authentic sound of some of the world’s most prized and sought-after instruments by utilizing a sample-based approach, providing sounds directly from the real hardware. Starting with hand-crafted patches on classic synths and drum machines, this collection provides all the nuance, character and grit of the original circuits - providing that “hit record sound” without the need for additional processing or CPU-intensive emulations.

Licensing And Compatibility

Vintage Vault 2 instruments are fully compatible with both UVI Workstation and Falcon, offering standalone and comprehensive DAW support (including 64-bit AAX). Each license allows authorization on up to 3 iLok keys or computer hard drives.

Promotional Pricing

VV2 - New Users
$399/399€ ($599/599€ after June 16th, 2018)

VV2 - Vintage Vault Upgrade
$199/199€ ($299/299€ after June 16th, 2018)

VV2 - Individual Product Upgrade*
$299/299€ ($499/499€ after June 16th, 2018)

Web: www.uvi.net/vintage-vault-2.html

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