In what we have already come to know as a difficult time for musicians, some companies are stepping in. Over the past days, we’ve already seen the likes of IK Multimedia and Korg offering otherwise paid creation options for free. Now, Arturia is following suit, and has now extended a helping hand to the synth-loving community by offering the Arturia V Collection 7 for 50 percent off its original price.
For the uninitiated, Arturia unveiled V Collection 7 just last year as its largest collection of vintage synth emulations yet. This expands upon V Collection 6 with an addition of four new instruments, including the ‘CZ V’ Casio emulator, ‘Synthi V’ designed to emulate the popular three-oscillator synths from EMI, as well as the self-explanatory ‘Mellotron V,’ and ‘B3 V 2’. Since its release, V Collection 7 has gained lots of popularity among buyers, and continues to grow.
The savings will definitely be helpful, especially considering it’s an even larger discount than its introductory price of 30% off of its normal price of $499. With the discount, through April 5th, users can download the 24 instrument lineup for $250. To provide even more aid, the company will even allow users to split the $250 price into up to four monthly payments with instant access. With many of us losing our incomes, abilities to gig out due to event cancellations, and feeling lonely during isolation, this move should definitely help soften the blow.
The discount is available from a range of retailers too. You can buy the package for yourself straight from the links below.