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I had a wonderful time experiencing Fluffy Audio's Scoring Piano and My Piano. Remember that Fluffy Audio is donating the proceeds from the sale of their My Piano (currently at $10) to help support the medical needs in their area of Lombardy, Italy. Links and more info are in the video description. Tune in here and thanks so much for the support:
Xperimenta is a wonderful developer in Italy. It is a crazy time for everyone and just looking for ways to help support other musicians and creators as we work through this together. From Flavio's email received today. You will receive his Kitchen Kit and a bonus LoFi Drumkit. Checking it out now. I'm Flavio, from XPERIMENTA Project. My software house is based in Italy and, as you probably know, my country is struggling with the coronavirus emergency. Every day thousands of people are fighting with this virus, but to win the battle is important to have the right medical tools. Every day the news are heartbreaking, and hospitals in the north needs urgent assistance. All the money raised from Kitchen Kit will be sent to the Italian hospitals of Milan and Bergamo to buy life support machines, and the Spallanzani Research Institute. You can learn more about this project as well as his other instruments (especially his DUE Piano library for Kontakt) here: https://www.xperimentaproject.com/ Here is an interesting video featuring his Kitchen Kit.
https://www.botdogsamples.com/shop/frog-guiros/ Creators text: This time around we are *selling* the frogs for $5. I'm not calling it a donation because we're making it mandatory. However, 100% of every $5 we get will go to Education Through Music: Los Angeles. ETM:LA partners with inner-city schools in Los Angeles to provide music education and instruments to all children, and also uses music education to improve academics, motivation, and self-confidence. OK, that's a bit of a copy-and-paste job but I've seen it in action and they are really good. Jdog and I went to a classroom in South LA and handed out some frogs and got to talk to the kids about writing music, it was very cool. It makes such a difference with some of these kids, just little things like not having to share a communal mouthpiece (much less an instrument), things we take for granted. If you're the type that is suspicious of our charitable intent, don't buy it! Trust me on this much, we have spent WAY too much time and money on this project to try to scam you out of your 5 bucks at this point. Though I'm happy to be audited, or, if you'd rather, donate direct to ETM and email us your receipt. My real hope is that through our silly video we can raise awareness for ETM:LA even if we don't end up raising that much actual dollars. Special thanks to @Farkle and @Mike Greene and the other composers that agreed to play the frogs in our video. And much thanks to @Jdiggity1 who spent many many, many, many, hours on this project, and then some.