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Mig Music Offer Pro52/Pro53 Sounds Collection Volume 1 At A 40 Per Cent Discount Together With Buy One Get One Free Offer

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Thursday November 30, 2006

Mig Music has a special offer available on their Pro52/Pro53 Sounds Collection Volume 1 which contains 320 new sounds for Native Instrument's Pro 52 and Pro53. The full price of this collection is £24.95 but you can now get it at a 40% discount at just £14.95 if you order before 28 February 2007.

The Pro52/Pro53 Sound Collection includes warm analogue synths, fat synth basses, useful fx, quality synth leads, bright brass, smooth synth pads, lush strings, hot percussion plus some very good organ sounds and keyboards. As an extra bonus all customers who buy this collection before 28 February 2007 will also get a free copy of Mig Music's Tr909 Midi Collection which contains 512 House/Techno/Trance Midi Drum Patterns In Standard Midi File Format (Usually £19.95) which will help you put together midi drum tracks for your music.

Any Pro 52/Pro53 user interested in purchasing the sound collection can download 16 demo sounds for free and also view a complete sound name list, which lists all 320 sounds in the collection at our website

Once puchased, the sounds can be used without payment of royalties.

The Pro52/Pro53 Sounds Collection Volume 1 can be ordered online using visa, mastercard or paypal
from Customers can pay in either UK pounds sterling, US Dollars or Euros and then the sounds will be emailed to them within 24 hours.

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