Arturia Winter Sale: Analog Lab 4, All Sound Banks 50% Off

Friday, October 18th, 2019 |

French synth emulation experts Arturia have announced their analog software, Analog Lab 4, is now on sale for a discounted rate. The winter sale will allow costumers to buy Lab 4 for 50% off. In addition Analog Lab 4, all sound banks are also 50% off. Now Lab 4 is available for just $99.

According to Arturia, Analog Lab 4 comes with “6,500 presets, intuitive browsing, smart controls, super-fast workflow, built-in effects, splits, multis, and even a live mode.” Lab 4 comes with over 6,500 preset sounds from the full range of Arturia software.

Everyone who buys Lab 4 during this sale, will also get two sound packs for free. They are the Floyd Tribute, described as “A love letter to Pink Floyd’s iconic synth and organ sounds. 30 years of superb sounds at your fingertips,” and Razor Bass 64, noted as “all killer, no filler bass sounds that are guaranteed to fill the floor, and annoy your neighbors.”

The sale is live now and will be available until November 4. With the sale Lab 4 is available for just $99 for new customers. For Existing Arturia customers, Analog Lab 4 will cost just $69. Anyone who already owns Analog Lab 4 will be able to still get 50% off at the Sound Store.

Head to Arturia’s website to get more details, hear some sample sounds and purchase these products at a steep discount. Analog Lab 4 was released back in May.

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