Vienna Instruments Now On Hard Drive And Available For Download

Buy three instruments collections, get one free during the month of August      13/08/12

Vienna Instruments Now On Hard Drive And Available For Download


Vienna Symphonic Library has announced the transition of Vienna Instruments Collections to hard drive and download. The Vienna Instruments DVD collections have been discontinued and users who wish to purchase Vienna Instruments on DVD are encouraged to buy now while supplies last.
Until August 31, 2012 you can purchase three Vienna Instruments Collections and receive the fourth for free. This offer applies to Vienna Instruments Collections of the same Library portion - Standard, Extended or Full Library (excludes purchases of the Vienna Special Editions and Single Instruments). The price of the free Standard, Extended, or Full Library Instrument must be equal to or lower than the price of the most expensive Instrument Collection being purchased. Further savings can be obtained by purchasing the specially priced bundles.
In addition, during the month of August ILIO, the official North American distributor for Vienna Symphonic Library, is offering a $50 instant rebate on their G-TIP (Glyph Turnkey Installation Package) for users who wish to have their Vienna Instruments packages pre-installed. The premium, 1 TB Glyph hard drive comes with a Glyph-backed 3 year warranty and retails at $299. Pricing and Availability:
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