Cluster Sound opens its Download Shop
The Italian soundware company opens its download shop with 7 new titles extracted from their flagship product, Tech Producer DSP.
The Cluster Sound download catalogue is organized in 6 main sections where software-specific libraries are placed. It means that users can choose the version of the library designed for their favourite production software. The Multi Format section contains their XPander Pack Series, so far available only for Tech Producer DSP owners.
• Classic WAV
• Ableton Live
• FL Studio
• Stylus RMX
• Multi Format
The libraries cover a wide range of electronic music styles, travel at an average of 400 Mb and cost 19.95 €, except for the multi-sample instrument library that costs 39,95 €. Users can choose Credit card or Paypal as methods of payment.
• Cycling Tech 19,95 €
• Trance Formant 19,95 €
• Minimal Glitter 19,95 €
• Vocal Defrag 19,95 €
• Tube Sequenz 19,95 €
• Analog OSCar 19,95 €
• DSP Bass Module 39,95 €
The real novelty is their so-called “Bonus Policy”. The following description is taken from Cluster Sound official website.
Cluster Sound Bonus Policy
“Part of the libraries included in the Cluster Sound download shop are taken from Tech Producer DSP and its XPander Packs. Cluster Sound users who purchase these download libraries are entitled to discounts towards purchase of Tech Producer DSP. The discounts are worth about 100% of the download library list price. They are accumulable and may be used at any time, but only once. For example, when purchasing a download library worth €19.95, the user is given a €18.00 credit towards the purchase of Tech Producer DSP. Accumulated bonus are clearly shown on the personal account page of each Cluster Sound user.”
For more information, visit their web site at www.clustersound.com
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