Check Out Akai VIP Standard Sale

AKAI VIP

Plugin Boutique got a sale going for the Akai VIP Standard software. If you looking for something to integrate your plugins then check out Akai VIP. Read more below.

AKAI’s award-winning VIP is the only and first music software program that allows you to regulate your whole VST instrument as well as FX collection directly from any type of keyboard. Switch over patches from all your VST’s in one location, instantaneously access pre-mapped plugin criteria for hands-on tweaking, personalize pre-set loading from numerous VST’s utilizing set-lists, and far more.

VIP expands the capabilities beyond what any kind of DAW provides by empowering you to swiftly create and also play “multis.” A multi permits you to integrate up to 8 patches from 1 or even more plugins, with the capability to layer, mix and pan these patches simultaneously.

VIP software customers can likewise produce set-lists that provide on-demand accessibility to your personalized instruments for stage and studio. By simply pressing a single button on any Key-board, you can adapt to tune plugins without reaching for your computer mouse.

Price $99.99

Buy here.

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