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  1. I would consider £47.00 for a piano sound expansion a deal. As with everything though, YMMV.
  2. Not on sale on its own, but Klevgrand are doing a build-your-own-bundle of three single products right now: https://klevgrand.se/
  3. It's one of Toontrack's current deals though: EZ keys sound expansions are reduced by ~20% https://www.timespace.com/products/toontrack-ezkeys-sound-expansion
  4. Of course: we are in the Deals forum after all!
  5. Reminds me of the phrase: Beans, beans, good for your heart; the more you eat, the more you **** 😁
  6. Yes - the more you buy, the bigger the discount. I think there's a base 10% existing customer discount too.
  7. Over 100 deeply sampled playable bells from around the world! Suitable for any kind of music production this one of a kind collection is full of inspiration and never before heard sounds. INTRO PRICE € 59.00 (Normal Retail Price € 79.00) ends August 6th 2021! https://www.strezov-sampling.com/products/view/kambanite-church-bells.html
  8. This looks nice. How are the notes split between the different parts? Would it be that e.g. if I play a note that violins, violas, and cellos can play, then all three of the string sections play that note? Or is there some kind of algorithm that says something like highest note goes to violins, second highest note goes to violas, etc.?
  9. You can add the code Group during the checkout process for a slight discount.
  10. antler

    Fun free De-Esser

    Pretty much what it says - that when you use the product, it will transmit usage data for TECHIVATION to analyse how people use their products. Not sure about how it's used in apps, but people often use Google Analytics on web pages, etc. to see e.g. how often a button is clicked; it helps the developers understand what people do/use, and help point out things that could potentially do with redesigning and improving. I've seen somewhere else that it's apparently not that rare for plugins to use GA though (i.e. it's fairly common). Personally I don't think it's a problem but ultimately, it's for you to decide whether you're ok with letting TECHIVATION see how their products are used, possibly what hardware (in general) it's being run on, and how they can improve.
  11. Starting July 12th and running through July 26th, virtually all products in our catalog will be on sale! You won’t have to do anything to get the sale prices; they will be automatic. https://impactsoundworks.com/
  12. New in this volume: 21 brand new recipes, 42 new examples A more cinematic focus—every Recipe is a cue for a different scenario. Added an audio-only spoiler-free section, for those who want to practice transcribing (then you can check your work against the scores) Introductory pricing of $30 until August 1st. Introductory pricing ends 1st August 2021, normally $49.99 https://orchestrationrecipes.thinkific.com/courses/orchestration-recipes-2
  13. As far as I understand, 1176s are used when very fast attack times and the distortion they add are desirable, e.g. on rock drums where you might want an added edge/aggressive tone. For bass, you might want to try an LA/3A. Either will sound good. LA/2A can sound good on vocals too.
  14. The finest tones ever finally break free Standalone usage of Amplitube modules as individual VST plugins (like T-Racks modules)?
  15. Looks like a bargain! Here's a video for Pearl, which is only one part of this bundle: (Hope you don't mind me posting one of your videos Simeon)
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