VSTBuzz: Up to 80% off "Indie Kontakt Developer Week" - 17 plugins from traditional to experimental!

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  1. VSTBuzz

    VSTBuzz Senior Member

    Feb 19, 2013

    Deal: Up to 80% off EACH product in "Indie Kontakt Developer Week!"

    Total Value: €938
    Discount: Up to 80%!

    Grab the deal now on www.vstbuzz.com/indie-kontakt-developer-week!

    17 products in the bundle, up to 80% off EACH product!

    Celebrating the work of some of our favourite smaller developers for Kontakt by Native Instruments, we've handpicked a selection of developers that we feel are making some incredibly unique, inspiring and fun instruments!

    From traditional instruments to more unusual and experimental ones, there's something for everyone! For a limited time only, grab them before they’re gone!

    Grab the deal now on www.vstbuzz.com/indie-kontakt-developer-week!
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  2. brynolf

    brynolf Active Member

    Apr 16, 2017
    Cool! Lots of little goodies to pick from.
  3. Mornats

    Mornats Senior Member

    Feb 21, 2016
    Bristol, UK
    There should be some nice gems in here. Indie libraries can add that nice little touch to your sound.
  4. mouse

    mouse Active Member

    Oct 20, 2016
    The "System 1000M" by Tronsonic is very tasty and there are tons of presets in it. Noice
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  5. TigerTheFrog

    TigerTheFrog I'm supposed to be working now.

    Nov 18, 2016
    Brooklyn, NY
    Don't miss that there are two pages to this.

    I highly recommend Sound Aesthetics Sampling's Mountains, Sonic Zest's Ambient Cinematic Guitar 4 (check out 1-3 too) and Digital Audio Tools' Drums and Percussion Bundle.

    I'm going to check out Headphase V2, made by Audio Reward, creators of Seurat, beloved in this forum.

    If you already have UVI's World Suite, I'm almost certain you already have the samples from Russian Balalaika (with 15 articulations). Many PrecisionSound samples are in WS, albeit with a different interface.
  6. Lode_Runner

    Lode_Runner Senior Member

    Feb 5, 2014
    Love Tronsonic, Synth Magic and Rhythmic Robot. Not sure I'd consider the last two 'Indie' though (which I'm taking to mean quirky relatively unknown developers).
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  7. dzilizzi

    dzilizzi I know nothing

    Feb 27, 2017
    Somewhere near Los Angeles
    Ooo...Cabaret Piano. I may need that. I have a number of these already but not sure which.
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  8. fiestared

    fiestared Vintage -but- not obsolete

    Aug 18, 2013
    Hi, I bought Headphase V2, and It asks me a serial number : "When you first open Headphase you will be asked to enter a unique serial number. This number will be provided when you purchase Headphase." But, I didn't receive it, I've sent a message to the support but no news ?
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  9. Theodor Andrews

    Theodor Andrews Theodor und die Stille

    Apr 24, 2018
    There was an issue. I've dropped vst buzz a line and they sent me back a Dropbox link with the fixed instrument files (without the need to enter a sn). Worked fine!

    Beside that, I highly recommend The Container by Spaectrum Arts!
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  10. axb312

    axb312 Senior Member

    Jun 26, 2016
    Thoughts on halflight sampling?
  11. CGR

    CGR Pianist/Composer/Arranger

    Jan 14, 2016
  12. OP

    VSTBuzz Senior Member

    Feb 19, 2013
    Hi all, the products are all on a single page now to make it easier to see everything.

    Anyone who had issues with Headphase, we've updated the links now so you should be able to download the latest version from your account.

    Looking forward to hearing what your favourites are from the collection! There's some real gems in here :)
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  13. DivingInSpace

    DivingInSpace Active Member

    Feb 10, 2018
    Have the bundle, and while there is some cool stuff in it here and there, there is a lot of not so great stuff imo. It is a pretty big collection though, so you will probably find some things you like in there.
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  14. The "Unconventional Bundle” by Noisy Michael has really some interesting instruments on board.

    Just took the walkthrough Video and especially the Basses sounded very good -> Hammerbass, tuned Jawharp-Bass and Rubberband Bass.
    Also liked Overtone, Potlid, Resonator (Theremin, singing saw) , Shepard Tone Generator, Sinebass (tuneable with several Hertz-Frequencies), Sopila. Vorsprung durch Technik with lots of old german voices is really funny :)
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  15. Sibelius19

    Sibelius19 Music is just color and rhythm --Debussy

    Dec 12, 2015
    Michigan USA
    This is a really fair analysis of the collection. It begins with my infancy in sampling a few years ago.
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  16. Land of Missing Parts

    Land of Missing Parts No Time for Honky-Tonk

    Jan 27, 2013
    Can we use rewards points to buy these?

    EDIT: Looks like points can only be used for products in "The Vault", which these are not.
  17. LandWaterSky

    LandWaterSky Member

    Jul 7, 2017
    I also own the Halflight Sampling Bundle and think there are some amazing sounds to be had.
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  18. pderbidge

    pderbidge Senior Member

    Mar 23, 2014
    Also check out Sampleso people. These guys take stuff I would never thought I'd ever be interested in and make sounds with it that I just have to have. Don't be fooled by the thought "Why the heck do I need a sample set of a Floppy Tron?" You do need it, you really do:) I have no affiliation but I want these guys to be around for a long time so I can keep getting more so check em out. I just bought the Synthophone and it sounds amazing.
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  19. Sibelius19

    Sibelius19 Music is just color and rhythm --Debussy

    Dec 12, 2015
    Michigan USA
    Also love their stuff! Floppytron is incredible. I may just have to pick this one up.
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  20. OP

    VSTBuzz Senior Member

    Feb 19, 2013
    Correct - reward points can only be used for products in the Vault, but we have two new ones coming up very soon that you'll be able to spend your points on :)

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