Until December 31, 2020, Solid State Logic (SSL ) is giving away two high-quality plug-ins! To get them, however, you need to own an SSL 2 or SSL 2+ audio interface. And if you don’t, now is a great time to buy one!
Two free SSL plug-ins!
With this time-limited offer, you can enjoy a total of four plug-ins with ownership of the interfaces. Vocalstrip 2 and Drumstrip are already part of the bundle – and so are Pro Tools First, Ableton Live Lite, Loopcloud Samples, Hybrid Keys, and Komplete Start. The newcomers are FlexVerb Hall and the dynamics processor X-Comp, they come free of charge as a bonus. The four SSL plug-ins have a collective regular value of just under USD 800. So it’s definitely a welcome bit of added value, not to mention those SSL plug-ins are pure class!
If you already have an SSL 2 or SSL 2+, the plug-ins should be waiting for you in your inbox. All you have to do is log into your user account, enter your iLok ID, and grab the licenses for your extra plug-ins. If you buy one of the two USB interfaces until December 31, you can also take advantage of the offer.
SSL 2 & SSL 2+ audio interfaces
The SSL 2/2 + are surprisingly affordable interfaces, characterized by genuine SSL microphone preamps and high-quality components from the likes of Neutrik, Alps, and AKM. Another highlight is the Legacy 4K switch that gives your recordings a vintage flavor, inspired by SSL’s classic 4K-series consoles. Here you can read our news article covering the two interfaces’ launch.
We may be spoiled for choice when it comes to high-quality, affordable desktop audio interfaces. However, those tiny SSLs are some of the most interesting units among the bunch – both in terms of features and price. The SSL 2+ is arguably the better choice, for it has additional RCA outputs and MIDI I/O – both highly useful within a modern production environment.
Our partner Thomann currently has the SSL 2 on sale for EUR 205, and the SSL 2+ is available for EUR 265. You can shop for them from the affiliate links below.
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