Software Bundle of Joy from EMU

Now with all their Digital Audio products      06/09/05

Buying Choices
EMU are bundling a whole bunch of software with all their Digital Audio products - existing users will be able to purchase the bundle at a very reasonable price, too.
"E-MU® Systems has announced that its new E-MU Production Tools Software Bundle is now shipping with all E-MU Digital Audio Systems, offering musicians all of the software they need to create, record, edit, master and burn their music. The E-MU Production Tools Software Bundle for the 1820M, 1820, 1616M, 1616 and 1212M Digital Audio Systems, as well as Emulator X Studio, includes SONAR LE by Cakewalk, Steinberg’s Cubase LE and WaveLab Lite, Ableton Live 4 Lite for E-MU, IK Multimedia AmpliTube LE and T-RackS EQ, Minnetonka diskWelder BRONZE, and SFX Machine LT, and E-MU’s new Proteus X LE with over 1000 sounds. The E-MU 0404 Digital Audio System and Proteus X Desktop Sound Module ship with an amended software bundle that includes SONAR LE, Cubase LE and WaveLab Lite, Ableton Live 4 Lite for E-MU, IK Multimedia AmpliTube LE, SFX Machine LT, and E-MU’s Proteus X LE. Existing Digital Audio System, Emulator X and Proteus X owners will be able to buy these software bundles direct from E-MU for a limited time (September 1-November 30, 2005) at a special price of $24.99 (US/Canada), €19.99 (Europe), £14.99 (UK) for 1820M, 1820, 1212M, Emulator X Studio and Emulator X owners, and $21.99 (US/Canada), €17.99 (Europe), £12.99 (UK) for 0404 and Proteus X owners. See www.emu.com for details."
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