SYNTHMAS Giveaway #13: enter to win 1 of 3 licenses of Baby Audio Spaced Out Winner Mails Out!

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Enter the Synth Anatomy SYNTHMAS giveaway #13 to win 1 of 3 licenses of Spaced Out which Baby Audio’s unique take on the Roland space echo 

New week, new adventures. We’ll see if the week is so exciting. But something is very certain. The SYNTH ANATOMY SYNTHMAS advent calendar continues with great prices.

I hope you are not tired of giveaways yet, hehe, because something nice is hidden behind door 13.

SYNTHMAS Giveaway #13

SYNTHMAS Giveaway #13: Baby Audio Spaced Out

There are many plugin manufacturers. One of the most innovative is the young company Baby Audio, which has released numerous plugins that not only sound great but also have feature sets that make them unique. Plus, they have interfaces that are simple and logical. For me these are enough reasons to partner up with Baby Audio for the SYNTHMAS #13.

Today you can win the Spaced Out plugin, which is Baby Audio’s modern take on the legendary Roland RE-201 Space Echo. And they give away not one, not two, but three licenses. So three happy participants can look forward to the plugin.

Spaced Out

Spaced Out combines a 16-step delay sequencer and a feature-rich reverb with a tons of modulation options. The echoes is fully featured and offers different modes, stereo image option, reverse function, built-in filter, as well as a texturizer with multiple timbres. Highlight is here the 16-step delay sequencer making new delay sounds possible.

Then, you have a rich-sounding reverb (space) with many creative features like different algorithms, reverb tails, filters, stereo image, and more. All this is controllable with a X-Y joystick that allows you morph very smoothly between reverb length and modulation behaviour. Definitely a unique design for a reverb section.

Lastly, you have a mixer that is powered again by a X-Y wet/dry joystick. Besides a very useful ducking function, it come with a unique lift oft parameters. It basically finalize your audio by adding compression, mid-side processing and EQ. There is also a generate dice aka randomiser giving endless new effects. This is not just another Space Echo emulation but a plugin that shows nicely where you can lead the Roland concept.

How Can I Participate 

Every day I open a door after 12AM (CET) for 24 hours, which means you only have 24 hours to participate in the giveaway.Participating is super easy. Simply visit the article on the current door and comment under the article. Please don’t forget to like the Synth Anatomy page on Facebook and follow on Twitter. Big thanks.

And don’t panic, comments have to be activated by me because of a spam pre filter. Please do not send your answer twice or more. And comments on Facebook, Twitter… don’t count!

After the 24 hours, I will draw the participants by a wild random generator. If you don’t like to end up in Google SEO with your name, I also allow you to only use your first name here. The most important thing anyway is a working e-mail with which I can contact the winner or the winners

The SYNTHMAS Giveaway #13 is available until 13th December 2021 11:59PM (CET). Baby Audio Spaced Out runs as a VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin on macOS and Windows.

More information here: Baby Audio



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  2. Oh please Wild Random Generator, say my name, say my name!… like Destiny’s Child back in the day.

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