Every Arturia Instrument In A Single Box

Arturia's THE ONE lets you try all the instruments then buy one of them      22/03/10
Every Arturia Instrument In A Single Box


Arturia has announced THE ONE, a single-box containing every Arturia software instrument and a single license to activate one of them. Here's what they have to say about it...
This product comes from a simple observation: in stores, it may not always be possible to find the title you want. Dealers may have one instrument in stock, but not all products by the company...
The idea with THE ONE is to make sure all titles are in one box and the user decides which one he will authorize. Buying THE ONE means being able to try out all instruments for 15 days –with no function limitations- and being able to select one of them to keep after that trial period.
Users can choose from the following list of software instruments: Moog Modular V, CS-80V, ARP2600 V, Minimoog-V, Prophet V, Jupiter-8V, Brass 2.0 and Analog Factory.
Pricing and Availability:
THE ONE costs the price of an Arturia instrument: 229Eur/$249. More information:

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fizmo    Said...

that seems like some what of a rip off considering nova musik sells the collection for $399 and the cs-80 for 199 (89 now for special anniversary pricing) and the minimoog for 189. so you're spending at least $50 more for the privilage of trying out there other synths?. they need to take a page from uad, i get a free 15 day demo off all their plug-ins for no extra charge.

22-Mar-10 04:38 PM


muze    Said...

Funny, Image Line have just launched a similar product yesterday (same day?). FL Extensions.

Bit cheaper tho $99.

http://www.image-line.com/documents/news.php?entry_id=1268794503

23-Mar-10 01:11 AM


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