Dear friends of ROLI,
Spring has sprung the best deal that we’ve ever offered, and we wanted you to be the first to know about it! Between now and April 1st, every purchase of a Seaboard RISE 25 comes with a free bundle of cutting-edge software and gear that will help you make incredibly expressive music as soon as you take the Seaboard RISE out of its box. Every instrument now includes licenses for Bitwig Studio
and FXpansion Strobe2
- plus a free Flip Case for RISE
. That’s a free package worth $600. Save now in our Store
The Seaboard RISE 25
- FutureMusic’s Product of the Year for 2015 - has become the most critically acclaimed MIDI controller of recent years. Paired with our Equator
software, it opens up a new world of touch-responsive control of sound. But the possibilities widen with Bitwig Studio, the flagship DAW of Bitwig, and FXpansion Strobe2, the latest version of FXpansion’s cult-classic software synthesizer. This software is MPE-compatible, so you’ll get the most out the Seaboard RISE’s revolutionary technology for shaping sound through touch.
Can’t decide where to start with all this gear? No problem, because a Flip Case is part of the deal. The versatile case protects the RISE from wear and tear when you’re moving between home, studio, car, cafe, and gig. Then it rolls into a stand for mobile phones and tablets. That’s convenient for using NOISE
, ROLI’s free iOS app and portable sound engine, which lets you make music wirelessly with only a Seaboard RISE and an iPhone or iPad.
We’ve really pulled a bunny out of a hat with this deal! It’s a suite of compatible music-making software and hardware all for the price of a Seaboard RISE: $799.99 or £599.99/€799.99.
Visit our online Store
to learn more and buy today. And check out this video
about setting up Bitwig software with a Seaboard RISE - and this guide
about doing the same for FXpansion Strobe2.
With best wishes from
The ROLI team
Please note that this bundle deal is only available on the 25 keywave model of the Seaboard RISE. Offer ends at midnight (UTC) on April 1st.