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Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:09 am
by v00d00ppl
Geist is on sale for 99 bucks and with code becomes 85 dollars.

http://jrrshop.com/catalog/fxpansion-ge ... 10397.html

Tremor is also on sale for 99 bucks and with code becomes 85 dollars.

http://jrrshop.com/catalog/fxpansion-tr ... 13415.html

15% promo code: Thanksgiving15

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:40 am
by MacGuffin
Waves will be having a sale and also giving away a free plugin "OneKnob Louder"

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:12 am
by v00d00ppl
Guitar center is selling Komplete 8 for 399 and Komplete 8 ultimate for 799. Prices good until the 25th

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:04 am
by Sibanger
Black Friday Sale

Tomorrow we are having a limited Black Friday sales event at shop.lividinstruments.com. This is a limited sale and will only last until all of the sale units are sold. We are giving our registered users a jump start on the sale, starting now, and ending midnight on Friday.

Save 30% at shop.lividinstruments.com. Our annual Black Friday sale this year has been extended to almost our entire controller line. Save up to $200 on one our our handcrafted instruments. The sale includes CNTRL:R (black and white models), customized OhmRGB, OhmRGB Slim, Code, The entire Elements line, XPC controllers, Brain v2, and our soft road cases. This is a limited sale and is only good while supplies last on a first-come first-serve basis.

In addition to our 30% off sale, we will be having even bigger single item deals all day long from our Facebook and Twitter feeds, be sure to follow us for the details.

To take advantage of the Black Friday sale use the code "Black12" exclusively at shop.lividinstruments.com
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Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:12 am
by Coupe70
Native Instruments:

50% on all (Komplete) instruments & effects
50% on Maschine expansions
50% on Traktor

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:16 am
by UltimateOutsider
Access posted this on Facebook earlier this evening. Their own spin on "Black Friday," apparently.

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Only 15 available. :)

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:24 am
by sporkles
MacGuffin wrote:Waves will be having a sale and also giving away a free plugin "OneKnob Louder"
Yeah... Thanks, but no thanks. That's a looooot of fuss just for a free plugin. I'm not installing yet another activation centre just for this stupid knob.

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:30 am
by pepezabala
sporkles wrote:
MacGuffin wrote:Waves will be having a sale and also giving away a free plugin "OneKnob Louder"
Yeah... Thanks, but no thanks. That's a looooot of fuss just for a free plugin. I'm not installing yet another activation centre just for this stupid knob.
yes, I just turn up the volume on my amplifier instead. :mrgreen:

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:13 am
by beatmunga
sporkles wrote:
MacGuffin wrote:Waves will be having a sale and also giving away a free plugin "OneKnob Louder"
Yeah... Thanks, but no thanks. That's a looooot of fuss just for a free plugin. I'm not installing yet another activation centre just for this stupid knob.
MacGuffin was only trying to give a heads up Sporkles. No need to offend the man.

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:15 am
by Machinesworking
AAS %50 off sale
http://www.applied-acoustics.com/

fair warning though, only Chromaphone is 64 bit in OSX and it's looking like a paid upgrade to the next "major version" that adds 64 bit support to their other products.

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:24 am
by tone61

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:36 pm
by sporkles
beatmunga wrote:
sporkles wrote:
MacGuffin wrote:Waves will be having a sale and also giving away a free plugin "OneKnob Louder"
Yeah... Thanks, but no thanks. That's a looooot of fuss just for a free plugin. I'm not installing yet another activation centre just for this stupid knob.
MacGuffin was only trying to give a heads up Sporkles. No need to offend the man.
Ugh.. Terribly sorry about that. My comment was directed at Waves, not at all to MacGuffin. It had been a long night of alt+tabbing between the beta and the browser window. :oops:

My apologies, MacGuffin; I didn't mean to bite your head off. I was just kind of annoyed at Waves: first, they make you sign up for their newsletter. Then, they make you wait a couple of days. Then, they make you re-enter your e-mail address, so that you can receive the freebie and serial. Then, they make you create an account at their site. Then, they make you download and install proprietary activation software so that you can activate the little bugger they just gave you for free. Talk about damp squib. I steered clear when I realised I had to download their version of the "Service Centre."

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:33 pm
by MacGuffin
No offense taken, the waves installer is indeed a pain in the ass. The same can be said about a few other companies that require you to install a big software centre just to get one free plugin.

I was forced to use wave's installer a few days ago when I bough the audio-midi no-brainer deal for 15$. But today they're offering the "Musician" bundle, which has renaissance eq, renaissance axx, renaissance vox, renaissance compressor, doubler, and supertap for only 50$. I have to admit I'm really tempted. They're also selling TrueVerb for 30$. There are some crazy deals.

I'm going to check out AAS also.


Edit: I just checked out "Waves Universe" which is an authorized retailer, and that same bundle is only 37$!!!

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:50 pm
by v00d00ppl
Melodyne Editor 2.1 originally 399 now 283
http://www.plugindiscounts.com/mvp.html

Password is MVP

Re: Black Friday 2012 here we go....

Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:23 pm
by beatmunga
sporkles wrote:
beatmunga wrote:
MacGuffin was only trying to give a heads up Sporkles. No need to offend the man.
Ugh.. Terribly sorry about that. My comment was directed at Waves, not at all to MacGuffin. It had been a long night of alt+tabbing between the beta and the browser window. :oops:

My apologies, MacGuffin; I didn't mean to bite your head off. I was just kind of annoyed at Waves: first, they make you sign up for their newsletter. Then, they make you wait a couple of days. Then, they make you re-enter your e-mail address, so that you can receive the freebie and serial. Then, they make you create an account at their site. Then, they make you download and install proprietary activation software so that you can activate the little bugger they just gave you for free. Talk about damp squib. I steered clear when I realised I had to download their version of the "Service Centre."
My turn to apologise folks - I didn't remotely think that anyone was having a go at anyone else - I was just trying to be funny because of the double meaning of the word 'knob' here in the UK.

Ironically, I've made myself look and feel a proper knob.

British 'humour', eh? Least said, soonest mended...