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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