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Where to find TH-U Overloud download?

Anyone knows? I mean, where to find a license key? or a free download package?

 

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At their website presumably? Or are you asking for a pirated version? 

As far as I know they have no free version, but you can try the demo. 

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AFAIK, there is no such "free download package". Overloud does offer demo version to download here.

If you had either Sonar Artist, Professional, or Platinum, it includes special package of Overloud's TH3 Cakewalk, BREVERB Cakewalk and REmatrix Solo bundled.

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52 minutes ago, James Argo said:

If you had either Sonar Artist, Professional, or Platinum, it includes special package of Overloud's TH3 Cakewalk, BREVERB Cakewalk and REmatrix Solo bundled.

These are included in CbB too, see 

http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Plug-ins.1.html

 and 

http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Plug-ins.2.html#1765955

 

TH-U on the other hand is not bundled with CbB. It is not free.

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On 12/1/2020 at 6:33 PM, Marcello said:

Where to find TH-U Overloud download?

Anyone knows? I mean, where to find a license key? or a free download package?

 

It seems a joke.

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We got it free with Sonar so if you run Command center you'll find it there. But your question seems sort of odd because it's pretty obvious where you'll find the software and the download. 

The company was very cool when Sonar was ditched by Gibson. If you sent them a picture of your Sonar serial number on the "about"  screen, They sent a unlocked serial number. I have that stored on a long list with all my Sonar serials. It is also on the Overloud web site under my account. 

Don't ever loose those serial numbers for the freebies that came with Sonar. Back it up!  They are worth thousands of dollars to replace. And if Command center goes down someday and you build a new computer,  you'll loose them all. But if you have the executable and serials your good to go. 

Make copies of the Command Center download folder put it on a few back up drives and copy paste all the serial numbers to a document that is stored in multiple places. 

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