Syntronik Bully – Free synth plugin from IK Multimedia
IK Multimedia announce Syntronik Bully, a free way of getting into their Syntronik virtual synthesizer platform.
Syntronik Bully is based around IK Multimedia’s multi-sample based virtual synthesizer library, Syntronik, which incorporates a variety of emulations of classic analog synths such as the ARP 2600, Jupiter-8, PPG Wave and more. Syntronik Bully is just a single synth in the library, based on the classic Moog Taurus I, II and 3 which is known for its huge low-end. The system is geared more towards preset and sample-library users, although there is an interface offering ample control to create your own sounds from scratch using the sampled oscillator from the relevant synth.
How to get Syntronik Bully up and running for free…
How Syntronik works is that the system itself is free however you pay for the extra packs or synth instruments such as Syntronik Bully (which usually retails for USD $49.99), so you need to head over to IK Multimedia’s website to create an account, download Syntronik and then add the free content. The offer expires on the 23 May 2019, so if you’re keen then make sure you sign up as soon as possible.
IK Multimedia are also currently running a promotion on their other bundles, for Syntronik including 17 virtual synthesizers the retail is usually EUR €299, currently EUR €149. Syntronik Deluxe which includes 22 virtual synthesizers usually retails for EUR €399, it’s currently going for EUR €199. You can also add single synths to the free version, however they cost about EUR €49 each on average, so you’re saving a lot on the bundle deals.
Keep in mind you have to sign up for IK Multimedia’s newsletter to be eligible for the Bully promotion, for more information check out IK Multimedia’s website here.
For more information on the other complete Syntronik bundles check this out.