The team behind the Loopmasters sample distribution portal has launched Pluginboutique.com, which they say provides a similarly safe and convenient one-stop shopping, service, and support portal for purchasing plug-ins from many leading music software developers internationally under one virtual roof...
Pluginboutique.com aims to offer a helping hand when it comes to choosing and buying plug-ins. Pluginboutique.com Director Matt Pelling, told us, "Through our success running the Loopmasters sample distribution portal we felt there was a big opportunity to create a virtual marketplace for plug-ins and music software, where music producers from around the world could come and compare products from some of the top music software companies in one place, and store all their logins for future updates!"
A PR person for the company added, "Sounds sensible, right? Too right! But beyond those wise words Pluginboutique.com is here, right now, doing just that -- and a lot more besides, benefitting anyone wishing to conveniently check out or choose to purchase plug-ins from 36 leading software companies (currently). User-friendly features include: browsing Bestsellers and Top Rated products directly from the homepage; downloading free plug-ins, demos, and trial versions to try before buying; searching by format, price, category, and customer ratings to quickly compare products; Virtual Cash scheme offering a 5% discount against any future plug-in purchases following each and every Pluginboutique.com purchase; plus e-mail alerts for any updates to purchased plug-ins in a single user profile area -- no need to remember logins to multiple websites! Quite simply, Pluginboutique.com is the place where the best music software companies come to sell their plug-ins, instruments, and studio tools to producers, and DJs worldwide. So what are you waiting for? Ladies and gentlemen, choose your plug-in..."
Plug-ins from Antares (USA), Applied Acoustics Systems (Canada), Audiffex (Czech Republic), AudioRealism (Sweden), AudioSpillage (Germany), Blue Cat Audio (France), Channel Robot (Australia), D16 Group (Poland), eaReckon (France), Flux (France), FXpansion (UK), G-Sonique (Slovakia), Image Line (Belgium), iZotope (USA), kiloHearts (Sweden), Loopmasters (UK), MeldaProduction (Czech Republic), Minimal System Instruments (UK), MoDSP (Denmark), n-Track (Italy), NUSofting (Italy), Ohm Force (France), Pace Inc (USA), PSP Audioware (Poland), Resonance Sound (Germany), Rob Papen (Holland), Sinevibes (Poland), SKYLIFE (Germany), Sonic Charge (Sweden), Sugar Bytes (Germany), TAL (Czech Republic), Tone Projects (Denmark), TubeOhm (Germany), Wave Alchemy (UK), Waves (Israel/USA), and XILS-lab (France) can conveniently be purchased and downloaded in all available formats (VST - PC, AU, RTAS - PC, VST - Mac, RTAS - Mac, Win Standalone, Mac Standalone, TDM, Native OS X, Native PC, Native OS X 64-bit, and Native PC 32-bit).
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