IK Multimedia is giving away the Syntronik OXa Synthesizer expansion for a limited time to all its newsletter subscribers. Unlike the Arturia OB-Xa Synthesizer, the OXa is not an emulation but a sample-based instrument. It features multi-samples from the original vintage synth which are mapped into a powerful Syntronik engine. Here you can find different filter emulations, sequencers but also a wide range of effects.
Syntronik OXa provides two timeless synthesizers; the Oberheim OB-X and OB-Xa. Manufactured from 1979-1981, the OB-X was built on the foundation of the SEM and 4-Voice instruments. An iconic example of what the OB-Xa is capable of is the brassy sound used on Van Halen’s “Jump”.
We love our subscribers and we want to show it! That’s why we are giving all of you our Snytronik OXa synth for free from June 3rd through the 17th. By being an IK newsletter subscriber, you are on the frontline of all of our newest releases, announcements, events, and so much more! Thanks for being a part of the IK family.
IK Multimedia Syntronik OXa synth offer is valid from June 3rd until 17th, 2020. The library requires the free Syntronik CS plugin.
More information here: IK Multimedia