Discussion in 'VIRTUAL SYNTHS: Omnisphere, U-he, Reaktor, etc.' started by Zoot_Rollo, Aug 9, 2018.
60% discount for Roli owners. $79. Sweet.
i see a discount for Strobe and DCAM owners.
i have a Roli Block M - probably doesn't apply.
Did you sign in to your Roli account and select the discount offer from there? It should redirect you to the FXpansion cart with your upgrade offer.
it didn't show.
opened a support ticket.
Nice. As a Rise 49 owner, I might just pick this up.
my discount just showed up.
will be grabbing this.
There is only a discount for owners of Strobe 2, which comes with the Rise, but not with any of the Blocks.
Block owners only get the Strobe Player and need to pay $79 to upgrade to Strobe2.
That still makes it $158 for Block owners to get both Strobe2 and Cypher2 , instead of $199 for Cypher2. But no doubt Cypher2 will be cheaper in the discount stores.
as a Lightpad Block owner, i show the $79 offer for Cypher 2.
no need to buy Strobe.
You're right. Thanks for pointing this out.
I got confused because of the email I just got from FXpansion which only referred to the discount for existing Strobe2 or DCAM Synth Squad owners. Odd that they wouldn't mention ROLI, seeing as how ROLI owns FXpansion.
looks like an interesting synth.
thought i was done with synths.
I need another synth like a hole in the head, but when you have a ROLI they get your attention when you hear "500 MPE optimized presets." Strobe2 only has 200 and Equator has 400.
For any of you who have a Rise or a Grand or have purchased Strobe2 already, the upgrade to Cypher2 is available for
$66.36 with code GROUP at JRRShop
ah dang, I purchased it too soon haha. nice discount!
dang, i'm trying not to buy this.
I need another synth like a hole in the head also, but since I just picked up a roli Rise...its kind of a must have for me. I should have tried the jrrshop discount code first coulda saved $13, oh well.
I finally finished going through all the presets in Equator (pretty awesome btw).
It's like they knew?
Oh well, for $79 I shouldn't bitch.
Been playing around with it. This thing goes pretty deep. First time I’ve had to consult the manual for a synthesizer in a while (the presets are cool but I never use stock sounds when I’m composing/recording).
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