Support Japan Relief with IK’s $99 Virtual Instruments-Sonik Synth 2, SampleTank 2.5 XL, Miroslav Philharmonik, SampleTron and SampleMoog
Do you want to make music with the sounds that all the hip-hop stars like Kanye West, Eminem and Nicki Minaj have on their tracks? How about rock bands like NIN, or All American Rejects, or Fuel, or World Fire Brigade? There are like a million more A-list bands here not listed, but you get the idea! Well, each of these bands use IK Multimedia’s virtual instruments to make their music, and right now, you can get some the BEST ones for just $99 EACH: Sonik Synth 2, SampleTank 2.5 XL, Miroslav Philharmonik, SampleTron and SampleMoog. This promotion will only last through April 1, 2011 thru May 31, 2011, and for every title sold- IK Multimedia will donate $5 each to the Japanese Red Cross Society to support the victims of the devastating March 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
Not only can you have some of the best virtual instruments to use as a standalone on stage, or as plug-ins inside your preferred DAW for just $99, (Like Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton LIVE, GarageBand and more), but just by choosing to make more music you can also be part of the Japanese relief effort. Now, that’s good karma!
300,000+ Japanese were forced to leave their homes, and it has been reported that tens of 1000’s who have perished in the tsunami. Musicians should stick together to use their talents to change the world and make it a better place.