Limited Time Offer On MASCHINE Expansions

Native Instruments launches 'Cloud 9'      13/05/13
Limited Time Offer On MASCHINE Expansions


Native Instruments has launched a special Cloud 9 offer on their MASCHINE Expansion series. Nine of the sound packs for use with MASCHINE and MASCHINE MIKRO are being offered for $ 99 / 99 EUR – but only for a limited period of 99 hours. The offer runs until 3 pm CET on Friday, May 17 and is available only at the NI Online Shop. Here's how NI describes MASCHINE Expansions:

MASCHINE Expansions provide users with tailored kits, instruments, sounds, patterns, and presets for use in MASCHINE and MASCHINE MIKRO. Many of the Expansions were created in collaboration with high-profile and renowned artists such as Steve Lawler, Amp Fiddler, and Goldbaby. The Expansions included in this offer are DROP SQUAD, RAW VOLTAGE, PLATINUM BOUNCE, DARK PRESSURE, CONANT GARDENS, VINTAGE HEAT, TRANSISTOR PUNCH, ELECTRIC VICE and TRUE SCHOOL. These Expansions have been selected to provide a wide range of contemporary production styles, allowing users to mix and match sounds to create their own signature sound. Each focuses on a particular genre or sound, covering dubstep/bass music, electro house, electronica, urban pop, techno, soulful beats, and more.

Pricing and Availability:

The 'Cloud 9' sales special is available at the NI Online Shop only, and ends at 3 pm CET on Friday, May 17, 2013.

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
RP    Said...

Hey, loyal customers who paid $49 - $59 a piece for these over the past year or so, f*** you

Signed NI

14-May-13 03:31 PM


Django    Said...

&79 for some of mine

16-May-13 01:06 PM


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