Sample Logic to retire three historical libraries
Sample Logic waves goodbye to award-winning original signature sample-based VI trio with a discount.
Sample Logic has announced that three of its award-winning sample-based virtual instruments — A.I.R. EXPANDED, THE ELEMENTS EXP, and SYNERGY X — would soon be retired from their catalog, and as is usually the case they have decided to offer a ‘fond farewell’ purchasing period.
AMBIENCE • IMPACTS • RHYTHMS (A.I.R.) is a set of score tool instruments geared for film, TV, and game composers, which was one of Native Instruments’ first ever KONTAKT PLAYER partner products.
THE ELEMENTS EXP is a 14GB direct-download KONTAKT PLAYER-based sample library of over 2,000 instruments that provides the six ‘elements’ of music (Ambience, Bass, Harmony, Impacts, Melody, and Rhythm)
SYNERGY X is a collection of over 1,600 instruments, tempo-synced loops, and multis weighing in at over 20GB and delivering diverse cinematic sampling with an inspirational user interface.
From now on and until October 14, 2015, limited quantities of each of these libraries will be available for $99.99 USD per library — a 75% saving over their previous MSRP.They can be ordered online and directly downloaded from Sample Logic: https://www.samplelogic.com/goodbye.
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