It’s time to announce the winners of the Attack x Arturia competition. Read on to see if it’s you!

We are pleased to finally announce that we have now chosen, at random, the three winners of our recent Arturia MicroFreak “hunt” competition. Thank you to everyone who took part.

Did I win?

This was a competition where the winners have been chosen entirely at random.

The winners are:

  • 1st (MicroFreak) Bazzy Bazzy
  • 2nd (Analog Lab) Anna Silvera
  • 3rd (Rev LX-24) Pat Osterday


Win a Microfreak
Arturia Microfreak

I won! How do I collect my prize?

Prize winners must get in touch with the following information:

  • Name
  • Proof of identity

Winners must use the contact form on Attack to get in touch. Please allow up to 48hours for a reply.

We will then arrange the delivery of the prizes alongside our partner Arturia.

Special thanks to Arturia for their support throughout. Attack has been delighted to have Arturia as a partner and we look forward to working with you again.

Lastly, special thanks to the Attack Magazine readers. We’re very sorry to all those who have not won but good luck next time.

We will be doing many more and there will be plenty of further opportunities to win big prizes. Watch this space or join our Discord.

We welcome suggestions for future endeavours similar to this. Please drop us a comment below or email us.

Thank you and stay safe!

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