I'm tempted as well. If I get something, then this. Tundra is nice, but it won't fit my type of music in the long term I guess. And I'm not paying 269 euros on a library that I will probably use in less than 10, non-commercial full compositions. Roughly said at least.I decided to get the Studio Brass Pro. I have not decided on anything else in my wishlist.
I'm sure they can sort you out if you email support. They're probably slammed right now though.Question to Spitfire: could you sort out all of those bundle mistakes? Or could you may include information on what amounts are actually deducted for owning libraries? The thing is, this kind of sale is great for you, as it is a ton of free marketing research for you guys and it’s also good for us in theory, as it is uncomplicated. But only in theory! Every year I am puzzled why some
products seem to be missing and have to calculate for every deal, if the result makes any sense. That mostly led to me not purchasing due to being frustrated about that. Yes, I know! I can contact support for each bundle individually! But that is not the easy procedure I have in mind with sales.
If you would turn back to providing a calculation for each bundled as you did in the past, it would be at least easier to spot a mistake.
In my case, I believe to have found these problems:
- bohemian bundle: either LCO or alternative solo strings not registered (I own both But you charge 447€ with the discount - more than BH alone!)
- hybrid bundle: I have everything except for Phobos and you charge 370€
Probably more ...
I listened to the walkthrough video and lots of the stuff included there reminded me of what is included in the Kontakt Factory Library already, which most of us should own. Some others in different libraries, the water glass (?) sounds for example in MA2, if I remember correctly. Not much use for me.Depends how much use you'd get out of it. I'm currently working on a drama project so need good scraped metal samples.
Yeah, interesting! I found myself also recently in the situation (re)discover which treasures are buried inside the Kontakt Library - lots of instruments were there, which I never really tried out and unusual stuff too. So yes, sometimes it's helpful to have a lookaround on the lokal drive first and maybe to do a comparism then. Maybe open the Kontakt instrument in standalone while listening to another from walkthrough video.Scraped Percussion:
I listened to the walkthrough video and lots of the stuff included there reminded me of what is included in the Kontakt Factory Library already, which most of us should own. Some others in different libraries, the water glass (?) sounds for example in MA2, if I remember correctly. Not much use for me.