Novation V-Station, B-Station Now Available As Free Downloads

Novation‘s V-Station & B-Station software synthesizers are now available as free downloads for Mac & Windows.

  • The V-Station virtual analog synthesizer recreates the sound of Novation’s K-Station hardware synth. The plugin features Novation’s Liquid Analog synthesis engine and includes 200 factory presets, including bass, leads, pads, pianos, and more.
  • B-Station emulates the DCO oscillators and analog signal path of the classic Novation Bass Station synthesizer. Modeled to recreate the sounds of the hardware original, the plugin can be used for deep bass sounds and leads alike. It comes with 100 presets.

Pricing and Availability

V-Station & B-Station are available now as free downloads from Novation’s Legacy software page.

19 thoughts on “Novation V-Station, B-Station Now Available As Free Downloads

  1. Interesting license agreement:

    “You must permit the Licensor and his representatives, at all reasonable times and on reasonable advance notice, to inspect and have access to any premises, and to the computer equipment located there, at which the Software or the Documentation is being kept or used, and any records kept pursuant to this Licence, for the purpose of ensuring that you are complying with the terms of this Licence.”

    1. Woah. That’s very very bad. Possible to read the license before installing? I tried downloading it but it’s all stuffed into a single package file.

  2. Is it free with no strings attached? Or do you have to go through hoops and sign up for this or that to get it for “free?”

  3. Note that the Mac versions stop at OS 10.15, so its DOA for M1 users. Too bad, but its a nice offer all the same.

  4. Awesome! Already downloaded, played with, and enjoyed late last night. And as mentioned, heck yeah, to my ears it DOES sound better than a Hydrasynth (which I own and still like quite a bit). Now I won’t have to dig out my Novation KS4 quite as much when I need some “liquidy pads” in a piece. Hats off to Novation for making this available for free…

  5. I was clearing some stuff out of my studio and finally parted ways with my A-Station. I was reluctant to do it, and shed a tear when I boxed it up to ship to its new owner. Two months later and I have a softsynth replacement. I feel better now.

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