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Vintage Vault

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Synth Bundle Plugin by UVI
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Vintage Vault has been replaced by: Vintage Vault 2
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Vintage Vault by UVI is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows. It includes, and is therefore "powered by", UVI Workstation, which functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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The ultimate vintage synth collection — A comprehensive collection of vintage synths, samplers and drum machines in one bundle at an incredible price.

Vintage Vault provides 50 years of the most important synthesizers, samplers and drum machine sounds in one bundle. Delivering a massive selection of instruments, sounds and presets of the highest quality, Vintage Vault is a tremendous resource and value for producers of any kind.

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LunaTech
LunaTech
5 January 2015 at 9:11pm

Hey Kver's, its LunaTech here (a.k.a. Joshua Lunati) winner of the last months give away.

Just wanted to say that I am absolutely in love with this collection of synths. I have always loved the old school sound and now have the opportunity to delve into the past by means of sound. These VST synths are spot on when it comes to quality and reproductions of the hardware that they were modeled after.

Now, all I need to do is find a way to get this to run from within Linux. I am trying to switch over to that completely so I don't have to deal with the memory hog known as ....... :D.

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