New No-Brainer Deal From audioMIDI.com

Addictive Drums RETRO ADpak for $15.00      26/06/12

audioMIDI.com is offering a new No-Brainer Deal. They say that the combination of this with XLN Audio's current promotion for Addictive Drums at $149 with a free ADpak is very enticing for those who don't already own Addictive Drums or were considering it. This limited-time offer ends on June 30, 2012 at midnight.
RETRO features three classic Ludwig drum sets from the 60's and 70's with cymbals from Paiste and Sabian. The drums were recorded in Studios 301 Stockholm in a big recording room with a rich ambience. Retro also includes cowbells, tambourines and hand claps. A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Retro is great for a vintage sound with presets inspired by classic songs. Its modern presets also offer an up-to-date sound full of character, and the RetroMental soundbanklets lets users hear the Ludwig kits like they've never been heard before. The Retro ADpak provides over 1300 MIDI loops and 70 presets for groovin' in Motown, heavy rock headbanging, and tunin' out to psychedelic rock 'n' roll."
Pricing and Availability:
The Addictive Drums RETRO ADpak No-Brainer Deal is available for purchase via electronic serial number at just $15 until midnight June 30, 2012. More information:

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