Novation Announces Synth Giveaway

Sign up for a chance to win a Bass Station II and a Bass Station too      25/05/16

Novation Announces Synth Giveaway


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Novation says that to celebrate the original Bass Station turning 22 years 8 months 17 days and 4 hours old, they've decided to partner it up with its younger sibling and give them away together. Here's what they have to say...

"The original Bass Station is one of the most important releases in our history. It defined the start of what was to become an illustrious heritage of creating, what are now seen as, classic synths.

Fun, innovative, and no too derivative, Bass Station was just right. In the words of a well-known British Sound publication, "Bass Station wisely caters to the current need without being obsessive or anal about it" - nobody likes an anal synth.

Around 20 years after its release, the time came to have another go at creating a future classic, but staying true to the original idea. A fat, warm analogue slice of synth bread carefully buttered with a digital interface, Bass Station II is true analogue, but with near endless digital control and the ability to recall sounds remotely for the modern half-in-half-out-of-the-box producer. The one who still wants to use all of their synths at once in a Live session, but still turn the occasional knob. You know the type.

In the box, out the box, cardboard fish; this Bass Station combination is exactly what you need if you're looking to add fat and filthy analogue bass and 303-esque vibes but with unique, distinctly Novation characteristics.

Sign up for a chance to win. We just need to know who you are and grab an email address."

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