Just starting out? Good value Halion/Komplete alternative...

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Just starting out? Good value Halion/Komplete alternative...

Post by PeppaPig » Tue Dec 27, 2016 3:18 am

Plug in Boutique are doing AIR technology's Complete3 pack for £61.50, yes it's an upgrade but you can buy one of the qualifying products for a pound. Hybrid 3 is a superb synth and the drum VSTs sounds pretty good too. MiniGrand is a great lightweight piano all-rounder. "Structure" is the sampler which contains pretty decent keyboards, guitars, strings brass etc.

AIEP Complete3: http://www.pluginboutique.com/product/1 ... E-UPGRADE-

A qualifying AIR product for a quid: http://www.pluginboutique.com/product/1 ... 60-Xpand-2

So for £62.50 you're in business with pretty much any instrument sound you need. These are 32 and 64bit.

I spotted this as I needed a lightweight piano to replace my Steinberg Grand 1 now CB9 has gone 64bit only. (I always have a basic piano loaded on my templates for composition.)

The offer runs out 1st Jan.
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