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  1. Izotope Essentials Bundle for just £45 https://www.timespace.com/products/izotope-music-essentials-bundle?utm_campaign=Friday 21st June 2019 - General Newsletter - 30 Day Engaged (LbDHbi)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=30 Day Engaged Segment&_ke=eyJrbF9lbWFpbCI6ICJtY2dpdmVyNjlAZ21haWwuY29tIiwgImtsX2NvbXBhbnlfaWQiOiAiTHRUSGRUIn0%3D
  2. Another bargain spotted, for limited time Brainworx_bx_Townhose Buss Compressor for only $29 (Yes in Dollars). It normally costs $200 and sounds amazing! https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/products/bx_townhouse_buss_compressor.html There's a video of Stuart Huart reviewing the plugin in his Youtube Channel, if you want to listen to it or you can download it and try it before you buy.
  3. Be my guest Si, that's a great idea. Even make it a sticky if you consider.
  4. Was about to post that Strike 2 is going for £22 at Plugin Boutique. Another great alternative to EzDrummer.
  5. Now Westwood Drums are $9, so you can get both for $18 (USD). Nice deal for unprocessed drums that even though they say are for Metal, they really can be used on anything else. https://www.audio-assault.com/westwood.php
  6. Yes your read that one well, a Drum VSTi (mostly for Metal but it works for Rock and Pop) for $9 (USD). https://audio-assault.com/druminator.php Don't know for how long this will still be available but in the meantime get yourself some drums bargain. As usual I don't have any relation with the company. Enjoy!!
  7. He can have it, I had to buy a new laptop as I had a project to complete so I don't need the minimac now. Thank you anyway.
  8. Yeah I'm interested in the Minimac too
  9. If you're running Windows 32 bits you'll get all sorts of issues as you are not using more than 4gb ram. You need Windows 64 bits. I had the same issues and installed Win10 64bits and now my very old Dell core duo is running smoothly and can handle more than 25 tracks with lots of vsts (effects and instruments) on them and I'm only using 4gb of memory (bound to upgrade to 8gb this week)
  10. Like Si has said, usually with these products what makes them "geared" towards any DAW is the software package that comes with them and maybe the fact that such DAW is included in the package, but at their heart they are not different to any other midi controller. So do not be discouraged from getting the MPC if you fancy it, it will work in your DAW of choice.
  11. If you're intentions are for backup then HDD now if you want an external drive to keep resources like samples and loops that you may want to use in your mixes then SSD is the way forward.
  12. Another offer from Plugin Boutique for you guys who love to make orchestral stuff. https://www.pluginboutique.com/deals/show?sale_id=4958 I got myself the Brass and Woodwinds. Note: as usual I do not work for them and do not receive any benefits for these heads up!
  13. Hi guys, Just to let you know that if you own a Focusrite interface, they are giving 6 months of Sonarworks Headphone for free. So guys and gals, go to your Focusrite account and get your copy, it is only for a limited time.
  14. Mcgiver69


    It's only for 64bit OS but it is great. Another great one is Drummica from Sennheiser. It's a Kontact library totally free and it won't cut off after 30 mins like other free libraries do. Unfortunately the site is in german but google translate is your best friend, but the library is in english. https://de-ch.sennheiser.com/drummica
  15. Mcgiver69


    Yeah they give crazy offers, they had Hybrid for £1 too and Serum for £3 not long ago.
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