Win Session Horns

e-instruments announces a free-to-enter contest to win their virtual horn section      18/03/14
Win Session Horns


From March 7th until April 3rd 2014 e-instruments are offering the chance to win one of four copies of e-instruments´ Session Horns.

Entry is online on the e-instruments website where users are invited to sign up to the e-instruments newsletter, in return they get free entry into the weekly prize draw.

Users can double their chances of winning by also entering on the e-instruments Facebook fan page and increase them further by sharing the contest there.

About Session Horns
Session Horns is the versatile and playable horn section that will instantly perk up your productions. The trombone, tenor sax and two trumpets have been sampled to perfection and deliver a rich, authentic sound, playable by anyone. Session Horns features a unique Smart Voice Split function for creating authentic horn arrangements on the fly. Or get inspired with the Animator – a harmonically flexible riff generator. Inject any production with a dynamite sound that will blow you away. More information and graphics can be found here

About e-instruments

e-instruments creates innovative, easy-to-use virtual instruments so you can focus on what's important - the music. We strive to capture the clarity, warmth, and soul of real instruments for real musicians. Perfection is key to our process. We meticulously record and edit every sample with the best equipment to ensure the highest fidelity sound. Our mission is to combine acoustic accuracy, outstanding sound quality, and an intuitive user interface to develop virtual instruments for all musicians and genres.

Pricing and Availability:
Free entry.

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