Halloween promotion at Plugin Alliance’s
Plugin Alliance has launched a limited special offer on 11 of its plug-ins until November 2nd.
The Plugin Alliance Halloween promotion is valid for the following plug-ins:
- Brainworx bx_boom : $29 , regular price de $75
- Brainworx bx_control v2 : $69 , regular price de $139
- Brainworx bx_digital v2 : $149 , regular price de $329
- Brainworx bx_saturator v2 : $99 , regular price de $198
- Brainworx bx_XL v2 : $149 , regular price de $329
- elysia museq : $99 , regular price de $249
- Maag Audio EQ4 : $109 , regular price de $229
- Noveltech Character : $79 , regular price de $149
- ProAudioDSP Dynamic Spectrum Mapper v2 : $149 , regular price de $329
- SPL Passeq : $119 , regular price de $249
- SPL Transient Designer : $99 , regular price de $199
The offer can be combined with the dynamic discounts, so you can get up to 50% additional discounts when building your own bundle at plugin-alliance.com through November 2nd, 2014.
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