Presonus Offers Extended

Studio One Upgrade and Cross-grade offers now available until July 31      07/07/10

Presonus Offers Extended

Presonus tell us that, by popular demand, their special Studio One upgrade and cross-grade offers have been extended to July 31. Here's what they have to say...
If you are enjoying Studio One Artist but are hankering for the advanced features of Studio One Pro 1.5, now's your chance to upgrade at a bargain price! Buy your copy of Studio One Pro for only $149--a savings of $50--at your local PreSonus dealer or buy it right now online and get advanced mastering functions, 64-bit sound quality, video playback for scoring, VST and AU support, instant song upload to Web sites via SoundCloud®, and gigabytes more third-party resources. But don't wait: this offer ends July 31, 2010.
On the other hand, if have not yet switched to Studio One Pro and are still suffering with that tired, bloated old DAW that slows you down with endless menus and cluttered user interfaces, we're about to make you a lot happier!
You're read about Studio One Pro 1.5, with its fresh 64-bit code; clean, intuitive interface; extensive use of drag-and-drop; integrated mastering section; and state-of-the-art audio engine. It's time to switch to Studio One Pro, and we're making it easy for you. Through July 31, owners of any version of Pro Tools®, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic®, GarageBand®, Sonar, Live, Digital Performer, Acid, Record, Reaper, Samplitude, Mixcraft, or FL Studio can buy Studio One Pro for just $299--a savings of $100! Again, this offer expires on July 31, 2010, so take advantage of it now!
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