GIVEAWAY: AAS Multiphonics CV-1 + ModeAudio Freebie (WINNERS ANNOUNCED)


Our friends at ModeAudio are sponsoring another BPB giveaway. Enter to win a FREE copy of the AAS Multiphonics CV-1 modular synthesizer. As a bonus, everyone gets a completely FREE 350 MB sample pack by ModeAudio!

Learn more about the AAS Multiphonics CV-1 plugin below and scroll down the page to enter the giveaway. Don’t forget to download the free ModeAudio sample pack, too!

The Prize: Multiphonics CV-1

Applied Acoustics Systems offers a limited-time discount on the Multiphonics CV-1 modular synth plugin. Enter our giveaway (supported by ModeAudio) for a chance to win a FREE copy of the synth.

Multiphonics CV-1 ($99 value) is available right now for the reduced price of $79. The plugin is available in 64-bit AU, VST2, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats for macOS and Windows.

If you are new to modular synthesis, it can seem a little intimidating. At first sight, it might look more like a telephone exchange from an old movie with a spaghetti junction of cables all over the place. In reality, it’s not that scary, and it’s far more intuitive than it looks.

My introduction to modular was as a student pianist at an E.L.P gig seeing Keith Emerson’s Moog Modular System when I barely knew what a synth was.

The appeal of modular is that there are virtually no limitations, and you can think of modules as building blocks. Your modular setup is your dream synth, and you decide what it includes and where your signal path goes. Again for beginners, you can think of patch cables as a physical representation of routing that might go on behind the scenes of a plugin with a virtually hardwired signal path.

The first thing I checked out with Multiphonics CV-1 was the available modules, of which there are over 30. Collectively, the modules cover a wide range, and individually there are some standouts like the OBJEQ Filter. AAS has carefully selected the modules to work well together, making it both an advanced sound design platform and a great learning tool for beginners.

An impressive group of sound designers created the preset patches, which are split into 15 categories, basses, drones, leads, and so on. What I’ve heard so far sounds very cool, and I can see it lending itself to things like video game scoring extremely well.

More info: Multiphonics CV-1

The Freebie: ModeAudio Summer Sounds 2021

ModeAudio offers a FREE sound library for all Bedroom Producers Blog readers. The freebie pack contains 350 MB of royalty-free sounds from six different ModeAudio releases (Astral Phase, Bolt, Flare, Friction, Luminous, Modular Living).

If you’re unfamiliar with ModeAudio, be sure to check out our recent review of the excellent ModeAudio Synthetica sound library.

Their online store is the place to find original sound libraries with character and a unique aesthetic. The label focuses on crafting one-of-a-kind sample packs that don’t sound like a carbon copy of other offerings on the audio market.

Thanks to our friends at ModeAudio for making this giveaway possible!

Download: ModeAudio Summer Sounds 2021 (331 MB download size, ZIP archive, contains 194 audio samples in 24-bit WAV format)

The Giveaway: Enter Now! 🥳

ModeAudio provided two free copies of the AAS Multiphonics CV-1 synthesizer for two lucky BPB readers. We are giving away one license here and the other one on our Instagram page.

There are two ways for you to enter the giveaway:

  1. Post a comment on this article (1 randomly picked winner);
  2. Tag (@) a friend on this Instagram post, follow BPB and ModeAudio (1 randomly picked winner).

The winners are:

  1. Michael N: u***** (comments section winner)
  2. @cabotage_ksm (Instagram winner)

Congratulations to our winners! Everyone else, better luck next time. We have another huge giveaway coming later this week, so stay tuned!

Only a single comment per entrant is allowed on both platforms. You can enter the giveaway both here and on our Instagram profile to double your winning chances!

The winners are selected randomly using automated software. We will announce the winners on BPB and on Instagram on Monday, June 7th.

Good luck and thanks for reading BPB! ❤️

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James is a musician and writer from Scotland. An avid synth fan, sound designer, and coffee drinker. Sometimes found wandering around Europe with an MPC in hand.


  1. arnaud ragon


    The excellent modular synth Tassman is the first VSTi I paid for more than 10 years ago. I should go back to it and explore its possibilities again.
    AAS is really a great company, giving much for quite nothing.

  2. I guess it’s a great plugin for sound design!
    I’ve been dealing with some free module synths, and this one might be a bit more user-friendly. Easy-to-use is one of the most needed option for me. Some module synths remind me of a mind-blowing Reaktor core features that made me curious, but I never came to using it on daily basis =)

  3. Daniel Calado


    I love everything Modular. The sheer amount of possibilities is staggering and the possibilities themselves are fascinating. Thank you so much, AAS, for creating Multiphonics CV-1. Please continue to expand it. Pleeeease! Grateful to BPB and AAS for the chance. Good luck, everyone.

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