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Virtual Intrument Bundle from AIR Music Technology

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AIR Music Technology has updated the old Pro Tools Instrument Expansion Pack for Pro Tools 10 and 11 with two new virtual instruments.

Now called AIR Instrument Expansion Pack, the bundle features the 2.0 versions of the five original instruments : Hybrid (analog-type synth), Velvet (vintage electric piano), Structure (sampler workstation), Strike (virtual drums) and Transfuser (groove machine). The editor also added its brand new Loop v1.0.1 modular additive synth and Vacuum Pro v1.0.1 analog tube polyphonic synth.

In total, the bundle offers more than 50GB of sound content, and supports the AAX 32 and 64-bit plug-in format for Pro Tools 10 and 11.

The pack is available for $299.99 and if you already own the Pro Tools Instrument Pack, you can get an upgrade for $99.99. Plus, if you own the original bundle or some of the instruments, check you e-mailbox for an upgrade promo code.

You can listen to demos at www.airmusictech.com.

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