Get up to 80% off APD Mega Bundle Deal!

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  1. APD

    APD Senior Member

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    For the first time ever, Audio Plugin Deals presents the MEGA DEAL featuring 4 awesome developers with a total of 19 libraries!

    In this unique offer, you can either buy the whole bundle for just $189.97 or buy each product separately. Check below for a full list of products included.

    Gospel Musicians
    • Neo Soul Keys Studio
    • BASSilicious
    Frozen Plain
    • ColourForm
    • Arctic Strings
    • The Chordophones
    Chocolate Audio
    • Uproar RAW
    • Uproar Vol 1
    • Uproar Vol 2
    Dream Audio Tools
    • Dream Kalimba
    • Dream Circle
    • Dream Tamboo
    • Indie Bouzouki
    • Indie Dobro
    • Indie Mandoun
    • Indie Ukulele
    • Repetitive Acoutic Bass
    • Repetitive Bass 3
    • Repetitive Electric Bass
    • South Folk Percussion
    Don't miss out on this MEGA DEAL which ends soon, hurry and save!
    Click here for more details: https://audioplugin.deals
     
  2. R. Soul

    R. Soul Senior Member

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    @APD Seems to be a few issues with links for DAT products...

    - Bass and folk bundle prices are swapped when pressing 'Buy now'
    - 'Visit product page' for both brings me to the shopping cart.
     
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    APD Senior Member

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    Ah thanks for pointing these out, fixed now!
     
  4. Fleer

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    Helluvadeal indeed. Seems those bundles are also on sale separately for $29 or $49. Here goes the holiday wallet. Already have GospelMusicians Neo-Soul and consider it one of the very best for electric pianos, but the Studio version makes it standalone and includes those Overloud VKFX effects. Bassalicious is unique, of course, as are those bass libs by Chocolate Audio. But I’m really piqued by the Frozen Plain and Dream Audio Tools bundles. Those are some of the most remarkable developers I came across.
     
  5. Rap-sody

    Rap-sody Music... again and again

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    Looking for Neo-Soul Keys. Now I just have to see if I grab more stuff.
     
  6. axb312

    axb312 Senior Member

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    This bundle looks like it would just clutter up my hard drive..
     
  7. pipedr

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    Any thoughts on Neo Soul vs Soniccouture Canterbury suitcase, which is also on sale?
     
  8. Fleer

    Fleer No Method

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    Neo Soul has many more types of electric pianos, including grittier ones with lots of bite. And it’s able to run standalone, without the need of Kontakt (Player). Also, it includes the Overloud VKFX effects bundle for keyboards, easily worth $50 on its own (as I paid that).
     
  9. Rap-sody

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    I will probably get the Soniccouture bundle currently on sale at Native Instruments, but not necessarily for the Canterbury suitcase. It will make a great extra to Neo Soul, but this last one rocks.
     
  10. pipedr

    pipedr Senior Member

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    I pulled the trigger on Neo Soul Keys. Still installing...

    Anyone have experience with the Arctic Strings?

    How about the folk instruments from Dream Audio Tools? Ukulele, Mandolin, etc.

    Those sound interesting.
     
  11. Fleer

    Fleer No Method

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    Arctic Strings is really special. You won’t easily find that kind of eerie strings outside of Spitfire territory. And those Dream Audio Tools are some of the very best for folkies, together with the ones from PrecisionSound. At these prices you’d be crazy not to jump. Congrats one those Neo Soul Keys Studio by the way, you’re in for an absolute treat.
     
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  12. TigerTheFrog

    TigerTheFrog Senior Member

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    The Dream Audio Tools Repetitive Bass series add an instant pulse underneath any arp, from DAT's own Indie Finger Series, to some of the folk instruments in this deal.
    http://new.dreamaudiotools.com/product/repetitive-bass-kontakt/

    But really any tempo-synced arp. The arps in Ethera EVI work very well with Repetitive Bass.
     
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  13. Rap-sody

    Rap-sody Music... again and again

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    With all the great comments I read about Arctic Strings and Dream Audio Tools, I think I will get those as well.
     
  14. joearambulo

    joearambulo New Member

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    Just bought the DAT Folk and Ethnic bundle for only 15.99 in the APD shop. I think they reversed the prices.
     
  15. Shredoverdrive

    Shredoverdrive Senior Member

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    Uh? It's 39.99 for me.
     
  16. joearambulo

    joearambulo New Member

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    Sorry clarification: In the APD "The Shop" using rewards. My first use of the shop and rewards.
     
  17. Shredoverdrive

    Shredoverdrive Senior Member

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    Oh yeah. Thanks for the info!
     
  18. YaniDee

    YaniDee Senior Member

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    I still don't see how you did that..The shop has a "base price" and you can't go lower..
    "So, for every product in The Shop there are up to three different price points: List Price, Current Asking Price & Base Price. Rewards money can only be used in The Shop and not on The Deal as each two week deal is already priced at the base price and can not be sold for any less."
     
  19. pderbidge

    pderbidge Senior Member

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    You lucked out. It doesn't let me use my rewards for any of their two week deals. You must have experienced a glitch in their system.
     
  20. Wally Garten

    Wally Garten Senior Member

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    Ugh -- I waited until the last minute, and now I'm getting 504 timeout errors!
     

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