Hardware Module For VST Plug-Ins On Sale

SM Pro Audio V-Machine 2.0 portable VSTi player at half-price in USA      02/12/11
Hardware Module For VST Plug-Ins On Sale


SM Pro Audio has announced special, limited time pricing of only $299.99 for its desktop V-Machine 2.0 VSTi plugin player. Regularly selling for $599.99 (street), they tell us that the compact V-Machine is ideal for musicians, DJs, engineers, and producers on-the-go.
The special sale pricing is available only in North America and exclusively at www.vmachineusa.com. Featured is version 2.0 of the V-Machine, which boasts a host of new enhancements, including optimized plugin performance, expanded install wizards, faster plugin load times, and the most powerful VFX programming / configuration software to date (Mac/Win).
Also on sale at a special introductory price is the all-new Classic Keys Collection, a bundle of essential plugins designed for use with the V-Machine. SM Pro Audio say that this collection of era-defining keyboard sounds features six top-tier VST instruments, including Applied Acoustics Lounge Lizard Session electric pianos, GForce Minimonsta & Virtual String Machine analog synth & string machines, GSI VB3 & Key Performer tonewheel organ & synth/keys/organ toolkit, and SonicProjects OPX analog synth. When purchased with the V-Machine, the Classic Keys Collection can be had for only $149.99--a 50% savings over the regular price of $299.99. Current V-Machine owners can purchase the bundle for $199.99. The V-Machine is compatible with over 300 popular VST plugins, and boasts a streamlined, intuitive user interface that simplifies both the installation of plugins and the creation of custom performance banks. It comes pre-loaded with an array of ready-to-play instrument and FX plugins--analog synths, organs, electric pianos, and more--so you can start making music right out of the box. Additional free plugin downloads are available at www.smproaudio.com. Pricing and Availability:
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DBM    Said...

@nickb

Can you find out what is acualy new ? The spec is exactly the same and the CPU would not power some of the included plugs as of "v1" as it was .....in other words are they just spreading marketing hype ?

03-Dec-11 01:36 PM


Pepe    Said...

I recently purchased the V2 and it's pretty underpowered. Definitely struggles even with the included synth plugins - quite sad really. The stuff you can run on it without pops & cracks is very lo-fi.

29-Jan-13 10:02 PM


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