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http://www.soniccouture.com/en/products/g19-abstrakt-bass/

This sounds SICK. $15.

Bass library, synths and such.

This is a pretty cool deal. If you buy from Sonic Couture you get a choice of 3 smaller products for free that are pretty decent (if you haven't gotten them in the past, of course). You have Tube Drum, Devilfish, or Bowed Gamelan to choose from.

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Addictive drums + 2 free adpaks - till 31st Jan 2012

Great, can't decide between AD or ezdrummer >.>

I'd go with AD. I've got Superior Drummer, which is ezd's big brother. I prefer AD, and I've only got the demo. Sure, SD is a bigger package with more mics, more effects, more options... except the fun creative ones, and it's quite a memory hog. I reckon SD is more suited towards high-realism work, which isn't really what I do. The sound design options in AD make it more in line with what I do anyway. Envelopes, pitch control, and a much more intuitive interface. Bigger buttons too, which is good when you're working on high resolution screens.

Nice deal, thanks for pointing it out. :D

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Until Dec. 31st--

Nomad Factory Magnetic II analog tape sim for $79, reg. $149, or upgrade to II for $20 (I use Magnetic in the master chain for everything I do.)

Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III for $199, reg. $599 (All of their plugins.)

Upgrade from any Nomad Factory plugin to Integral Studio Pack III for $99

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I'd go with AD. I've got Superior Drummer, which is ezd's big brother. I prefer AD, and I've only got the demo. Sure, SD is a bigger package with more mics, more effects, more options... except the fun creative ones, and it's quite a memory hog. I reckon SD is more suited towards high-realism work, which isn't really what I do. The sound design options in AD make it more in line with what I do anyway. Envelopes, pitch control, and a much more intuitive interface. Bigger buttons too, which is good when you're working on high resolution screens.

Nice deal, thanks for pointing it out. :D

Hey Rozovian, thanks for the thoughts! I went ahead and bought AD, can't wait to check it out - and get some grooves from groovemonkee too :3

Addenum: Addictive Drums have just put up a notice on the website as well, it's a crazy good deal for the north american folk, AD + two ADPaks for USD149! It's till Dec 2011 though.

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Newegg has Hd 280 Pro Sennheisers for $60 off, but today only unfortunately (2011-01-21)

http://slickdeals.net/f/3850512-Sennheiser-HD-280-PRO-Professional-DJ-Styled-Headphones-59-95-with-Free-shipping

or, direct:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?SID=u1635008t0f0fp67652dd0c0s701&AID=10440897&PID=1225267&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na&Item=N82E16826106328

The popular consensus here seems to be AKG K-240's I suppose, but man, brain stuck doing loops in trying to figure out what to do at this price and one day left. The pressure.. mounting!!!!

Perhaps the wrong place to post a deal like this (this thread seems to be more targeted to longer deals), but just in case this can help anyone stumbling on this post who doesn't obsessive compulsively hound Slickdeals

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Right now Studio One Artist version is on sale for $20.12 and I think it may be the last day for it (NAMM sale). While the Artist version doesn't allow VSTs, the upgrade to the Producer or Pro version will still be cheaper than buying them outright. I haven't used this software myself but I've heard good things.

http://studioone.presonus.com/shop/buy-studio-one-artist/

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