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[BKFR] Get AutoTune 8 at half price

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Antares Audio Technology Auto-Tune 8

Pitch Shifter / Time Stretcher from Antares Audio Technology belonging to the Auto-Tune series.

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Antares Systems is offering its Auto-Tune 8 pitch corrector plugin for $199, 50% off its list price.

Between now and midnight on Monday, November 30th (PDT), the full version of Antares's Auto-Tune 8 plugin (which usually carries a list price of $399) is available for $199. Although no detail was given, the 50% off offer doesn't seem to apply on upgrades from previous/lower versions.

More details available at the Antares website.

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