Win Omnisphere from Spectrasonics and a Juno-106 in a giveaway celebrating International Synthesizer Day.
ILIO and Rosen Sound have teamed up to celebrate International Synthesizer Day by giving away some truly epic prizes. The giveaway offers entrants the chance to win the ultimate synth bundle, consisting of Omnisphere from Spectrasonics and a restored Juno 106.
The bundle provides the best of both worlds with one of the best software synths available and a legendary vintage hardware synth. Omnisphere and Juno-106 work great together, thanks to Spectrasonics’ Hardware Synth Integration.
ILIO is a leading distributor of virtual instruments and software from some of the biggest brands in the industry. Rosen Sound is a team of vintage synth experts offering everything from repair and spares to sales and rentals.
I’m sure you’re all familiar with the prizes on offer, and I think anyone would do well to add them to their collection.
Omnisphere is a favorite of world-famous producers, composers, and bedroom producers alike. It continues to sound fresh and develop new features.
One of the most significant features that came a couple of years ago is the Hardware Synth Integration feature that allows you to turn any of the 65 compatible hardware synths into hands-on controllers, including the Juno-106.
Omnisphere isn’t the cheapest virtual synth around, and maybe that’s to be expected – however, the chance to grab it for free shouldn’t be missed. This giveaway takes us back to 1984 with the icon that is Roland Juno-106.
This classic analog polysynth can be heard on countless hit records, and it’s now one of the most sought-after vintage synths for both production and performance. Juno-106 is also a great controller for Omnisphere, so it’s the ideal companion.
The Juno-106 up for grabs has been lovingly restored by Rosen Sound, so you can be sure it’s a prime example of this great instrument. Rosen Sound specializes in the repair, restoration, and sale of vintage synthesizers and electronic musical instruments in the LA area and counts hundreds of top-tier musicians, engineers, and studios as clients.
However, there is a catch: the giveaway is restricted to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, which means I’ve been foiled by geography again!!!
For those of you who are eligible, congratulations!
All you have to do to enter is head to the contest page on the ILIO website, where you’ll find an entry form and instructions. Multiple entries are permitted and will increase your chance of winning, so if you’ve got some spare time, go wild!
For anyone who isn’t eligible to enter, freebies are still available, like the Folk Art Violin library for Decent Sampler (admittedly, a free Juno-106 does sound more attractive, but something’s always better than nothing).
More info: Enter here for a chance to win Omnisphere and a Juno-106
Wtf is this article. The conditions for this giveaway will be matched by 0.001% of the readers. Such a stupid waste of time to read it to the end.
But hey, America is special and exceptional. And I don’t think they even make a lot of music in Europe.
I was just reffed last daw, but i saw US only and such a waste of time.
I was on the Philippines mate… -_-
You could at least put “US-only” in the title. The irony of Spectrasonics celebrating “International Synthesizer Day” with a US-only promotion also deserves its own facepalm.
Well, isn’t true, since the slavery thing, that americans are way more important than the rest of the world. Why forcing this country to be more divers?
You know that “international” means “worldwide”, right?
I already got DCO-106 by Cherry Audio, only $25, so I am sorted :-)
Must admit, “International Synthesizer Day (US Only)” is pretty funny.
ironically funny yes.
An irony so thick you could almost bite it.
It’s not international if it’s US only🤦♂️
Why usa only, ahem?