Ableton Holiday Special

Price reductions on Ableton software until December 31st 2008      20/11/08
Ableton Holiday Special


Ableton has announced the Ableton Holiday Special – anyone purchasing Ableton Live 7, Live 7 LE or Ableton Suite before December 31st can save up to 25% off the normal price.*
Ableton tell us that they hope that this attractive price reduction will encourage people to 'give the gift of Live'.
The offer is also valid on upgrades from Live LE and Live Lite. And those who already own Ableton Live will not go empty handed these holidays, either – Ableton is giving away a free pack of beats, loops and presets called 'Solid Sounds'.
Ableton say that Solid Sounds is packed with over 400 cutting-edge loops in a variety of contemporary styles: hip-hop, house, minimal, breaks, funk and dubstep. The samples are a choice selection from the Loopmasters vaults, skimmed from the latest Loopmasters CDs, exclusive download packs and their renowned Artist collections (from the likes of Marshall Jefferson, Coldcut and Aquasky). Above and beyond that, Solid Sounds includes 128 Simpler presets and 12 Instrument Racks for drums, bass and pads.
Pricing and Availability:
This offer ends on December 31, 2008.
*Exact prices depend on product type and territory.
Please note: this offer does not apply on upgrades from Live 6 or previous full versions of Ableton Live.
More information:
  • ableton.com

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    2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    zinoff    Said...

    can't find any evidence on ableton website...

    20-Nov-08 09:05 AM


    CV!    Said...

    Wait for the new version coming soon if you can.

    22-Nov-08 04:44 PM


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