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For only $79.99 (instead of $475), get the PRODUCTION VOICES’ SFZ PIANO BUNDLE featuring 5 premium Piano Sample Libraries for the free Plogue Sforzando player. No Kontakt required.

PRODUCTION GRAND COMPACT is a sampled YAMAHA C7 grand piano that is recognized as one of the staple grand pianos used in recording studios around the world and on concert stages.

DEATH PIANO takes piano sounds to the point of breaking. It is full of reverse samples and obscure piano tones that are sure inspire. The sounds include plucked piano sounds, upright parlour piano, and a Steinway D, but don’t expect classical tones here!

ESTATE GRAND has 3 microphone perspectives that give you a large sonic palette to work with on this sampled KAWAI GS 60 grand piano. The inside microphones are crisp and articulate while the room mics give a natural lounge sound unlike any other piano library.

ELECTRIC V gives you that familiar vintage electric piano vibe with the superior dynamic range of the MARK V. While many electric piano players have played the MK I and Mk II versions of this classic electric piano, the MARK V is rare and one of the most sought after electric pianos for its tone and playability.

CONCERT GRAND COMPACT is a sampled AMERICAN STEINWAY D, perhaps the most recognized piano for classical piano concert performance playing and even preferred by some Jazz pianists.

Originally $475, this must-have bundle is now available for just $79.99 for a limited time only! This is an amazing no-brainer offer you should not miss!

Promo page: https://audioplugin.deals/deal-1/
Promo ends: February 5th

KEY FEATURES

  • 5 professional piano sample libraries in one bundle
  • Sampled Steinway D, Yamaha C7, Kawai GS-60 grand pianos
  • Deep-sampled Mark V electric piano
  • Uprights, plucked piano and other piano oddities
  • Over 30 GB of samples
  • Works with all major DAWs (Pro Tools, Cubase, Logic, Ableton, Reaper etc.)
  • Runs standalone or within a DAW
  • Efficient engine performs equally well in the studio or live
  • Expressive libraries to cover all your piano needs

 

 

 

 

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No need to be so harsh JB, could be just an oversight on the pricing. I've bought quite a few products from APD and have not had anything remotely 'suspicious' or dishonest. They've actually been quite good with their customer service.

Of note, I see the full price showing $475 and not $399.

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4 minutes ago, Mesh said:

No need to be so harsh JB, could be just an oversight on the pricing. I've bought quite a few products from APD and have not had anything remotely 'suspicious' or dishonest. They've actually been quite good with their customer service.

Of note, I see the full price showing $475 and not $399.

It's not an oversight, it's a new trend for APD. They did the same with SEQui2R EX.

It's $399 bro:

https://www.productionvoices.com/product/sforzando-bundle/

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Got several ProductionVoices piano library already. They’re top notch, exquisitely sampled by a Canadian guy called Jason (if I’m not mistaken). 

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Ah ok, I was looking at the APD site. Even if they marked it at $999, the sale price is what counts. Most vendors have a very 'questionable' list price  (marketing I suppose) and I personally don't take those prices seriously...what I have to actually pay, well that's a different ball game. ;) 

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I'm not saying the sale price is not good. I just don't like games and it's an insult to our intelligence.

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I see your point.

But APD is noting the full list price for the individual pianos as $475. The package currently has a list price of $399. I believe that the "Originally $475" phrasing is correct.

For full transparency, I suppose APD could add some phrase to the effect that these were originally listed at $475 when purchased separately. And currently the package is listed discounted at $399.

I don't recall that $399 package being offered when Concert Grand was released but my memory could be wrong. There is a database of VI pianos at PianoWorld with prices; I don't see that package was offered when the database was populated (summer 2018).

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/2752919/digital-piano-master-sticky-thread.html

I see both approaches to VI advertising and searching prices online is effortless. So I personally don't see anything nefarious. (EDIT - but also would prefer that APD note the package is currently listed at $399).

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2 hours ago, John Bohlen said:

I just don't like games and it's an insult to our intelligence.

Here's how I see it...

Marketing = Lies.

Bear this simple equation in mind when considering a purchase and just ask yourself if you are happy to pay the current price or not and then act accordingly.

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