FXpansion BFD Eco v1.5
FXpansion has announced the release of version 1.5 of BFD Eco.
The v1.5 upgrade has native 64-bit support for Windows 7 and OS X, alongside a new kit and bonus kit-pieces from the BFD2 library recorded at London's Air Studios.
New in v1.5:
- Native 64-bit support for Windows 7 and OS X.
- A new kit and bonus kit-pieces from the BFD2 library recorded at London's Air Studios:
- Orange County: Kick, Snare, Tom Floor, Tom Hi, Tom Mid.
- Rogers XP8: Kick, Tom Floor, Tom Hi, Tom Mid.
- Sabian: Crash AAX 14, Hihat AAX 14.
- Trick: Snare.
- Zildjian: Crash K Custom 22, Crash Ride K20, Ride Breakbeat 18.
Pricing & Availability:
The BFD Eco 1.5 upgrade is available for $20 / €15 / £13 until March 31st, 2012. Anyone who registered BFD Eco after January 1st, 2012, is eligible for a free upgrade.
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