Vote FRMS For Best Software Synth 2020!

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Hi everyone,

FRMS has been nominated for MusicTech magazine’s ‘Gear Of The Year’ awards 2020 as part of the ‘best software synth’ category!

This is where you, our fantastic community come in - we’d really appreciate it if you could vote for FRMS, and help us win MusicTech’s ‘best software synth’ of 2020!

To vote for FRMS click here - it’s super quick; just select ‘Imaginando FRMS’ then scroll down and click ‘submit’. You don’t need to sign up for anything, or enter any personal details, and the whole process takes less than 30 seconds.

The time to vote is now - there’s only one week left, and every single vote counts - with your help we’d really love to make FRMS the best software synth of 2020!

Thank you for all your support,
Team Imaginando

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