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Red Room Audio Cinematic Rhythms

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$79 Intro price
 

Cue Builders Cinematic Rhythms contains over 400 tempo-synced percussion loops in 2 categories (Epic and World). Each category offers a wide selection of phrases in 6 time signatures with up to 6 layered (and fully accessible) stems per phrase, conveniently separated by tonal color (High, Mid and Low). A hand-picked team of 10 sound designers from around the world constructed these phrases using our vast boutique collection of meticulously deep-sampled percussion instruments, recorded on a scoring stage.

• Over 400 multi-stem loops
• Epic and World categories
• 6 time signatures
• 2 microphone positions
• Feature-packed GUI
• 8-slot FX rack
• Drag and drop .wav files included
• 16GB / over 19,000 samples


for the limited intro price of
$79 ($99 after October 1)

Get it here!

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Paying in GBP and using loyalty points at Time+Space brought this down to around $70 (with PayPal's less than generous conversion rate).

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6 hours ago, artturner said:

Paying in GBP and using loyalty points at Time+Space brought this down to around $70 (with PayPal's less than generous conversion rate).

I almost always pay in original currency when using PayPal, passing the conversion rate to my credit card company (which is slightly cheaper). Different companies have different rates though, so YMMV.

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Paypal has recently changed their foreign transaction fee structure.

https://www.ecommercebytes.com/2019/08/02/paypal-charges-more-by-raising-currency-conversion-spread/

Credit card companies can also tack on fees if you choose to use them through Paypal for the conversion.  Some combinations may work out better than others but it's very hard to tell exactly what/how in advance.

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Both Mastercard and Visa have an online currency conversion tool that also accounts for a x% transaction fee. I often use these and compare the price to the cost of conversion by PayPal; I can't remember a time when I saw PayPal to be cheaper.

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