Win A Moog Little Phatty

Prize draw for owners of IK Multimedia SampleMoog      10/01/08
Win A Moog Little Phatty


IK Multimedia has announced that every person that purchases and registers IK’s SampleMoog (Euro249/$299) before February 28th, 2008 will be automatically entered to win prizes from Moog Music: one lucky grand prize winner will receive a Moog Little Phatty Stage hardware synthesizer, a ($1,375/Euro925 value). Register your copy of IK Multimedia’s SampleMoog between October 1, 2007 and February 28th, 2008, and you’ll automatically be entered to win.
Prizes:
  • Grand Prize : Moog Little Phatty Stage monophonic analog synthesizer, with 100 user editable presets ($1,375/ Euro925 value).
  • Second Prize: Mooger Fooger MF-101 Low Pass Filter. The award-winning MF-101 is a direct descendant of the original Moog modular synthesizers. MSRP of $279/ Euro188.
  • Third Prize : SampleMoog and Moog Apparel Prize Pack; includes a Moog T-shirt, Moog Baseball Jersey, and Moog Skullcap ($50/ Euro33 value)
Mike Adams, President of Moog Music, has described SampleMoog as "The most professionally implemented sample collection we've ever heard."
IK Multimedia had this to say, “This combination of SampleMoog software and Moog synth hardware can make for sound layers like you’ve never heard before, and it can be yours: 2 Oscillators, a 24 dB filter, 2 Envelopes, 1 LFO, multiple modulation routings; this is the Moog Little Phatty Stage, the newest classic from the pioneers of analog synths. 16 Moog Synths, 1,000+ presets, over 4GBs of data; this is SampleMoog, the most realistic-sounding Moog-based software ever made.�
Rules:
Purchase and register your copy of IK Multimedia’s SampleMoog to be entered into the drawing before February 28th, 2008. More information:
  • www.ikmultimedia.com
  • www.samplemoog.com
  • www.moogmusic.com More From: IK MULTIMEDIA
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