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Superior Drummer now available with free SDX Expansion
Toontrack, manufacturer of the highly regarded drumming software Superior Drummer 2.0, have announced that for a limited time purchasers can receive free SDX expansions.
Any customer can claim a free SDX expansion pack when they purchase Toontrack's multi award winning Superior Drummer 2.0 in March 2010.
Simply fill in the rebate form located on the product pages for Superior Drummer 2.0 and return to Toontrack's distributor to receive your free expansion packs.
The available packs in this promotion are the Custom & Vintage, Metal Foundry and New York Studios expansions.
Superior Drummer is re-developed and optimized for use with e-drums with more effective use of sample layers and improved loading times.
The software includes effects custom created by leading software developers Sonalksis, including a 5-band EQ, high and low pass filter compressor.Posted on 8 Mar 2010 17:32 to category : Instruments News
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