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Shimmer & Shake question

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I have the old Nine Volt Audio's version of Shimmer & Shake. Files are dated 2010-2011.

Is there any advantage to get the In Session Audio's version? It's on sale for $90, including the expansion, for 2 more days (I think).

Thanks!

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The old Shimmer & Shake was my go-to tambourine/shaker instrument for a long time. I, too, hesitated to get Shimmer Shake Strike because it seemed redundant, and an unnecessary self-indulgence. But it went on sale and I caved. I haven't touched Shimmer & Shake since. The new one is that much better. Advantages: more instruments, better-sounding instruments, more options, and a fairly intuitive sequencer.

(As an aside, I have to mention Skaka. This simple and inexpensive percussion instrument gets even more use here than Shimmer Shake Strike. That's because mostly I just want subtle shakers and tambourines and don't need to get fancy. Skaka is a lot quicker to set up. Just an observation to keep in mind in case you see it go on sale.)

 

 

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