Roland Synth Sound Library For $5

Roland Clan offers a special Sound Gift library for its 6th anniversary      30/01/09
Roland Synth Sound Library For $5


Roland Clan is offering a special Sound Gift library for it's 6th anniversary – here's their statement...
Roland Clan first appeared on the web on 27th March 2003, and quickly gained success thanks to lots of useful information about Roland gear gathered into one place, as well as it's super-friendly atmosphere at the forums. Now, with almost 12,000 members from over 120 countries and tremendous support by the core team and Roland specialists from around the world, it is arguably the most significant community of Roland users that ever existed.
To celebrate our sixth anniversary, for a limited time we offer a special Sound Gift sound library co-developed by Sinevibes, which costs just $5. It comes with over 100 MB of original sounds made with Roland's latest and most powerful synthesizers like Fantom-X, Fantom-G, V-Synth and V-Synth GT, including 10 multisampled instruments, 10 drum loops, 10 bassline loops and 10 ambient loops all in AIFF and WAV formats.
In addition to this offer, by purchasing the Sound Gift you enter to win a $600-worth prize containing multiple great products and services from several companies around the globe which feature an amazing $200 gift card for any of the products from Sinevibes, select sound library CD from Hollow Sun sound design studio, mixing or remix service from Dining Room Studio and Fantom YASE sample conversion and management software from Nexoe. The winner will be announced on 28th March 2009.
More information:
  • rolandclan.info/

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