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November 22, 2004
EastWest is giving you the chance to get your own copy of Native Instruments Intakt and Kompakt virtual instruments for Windows and Mac, along with 650MB of content from Zero-G to get you started, all for free. It's all on their latest sampler CD, the Zero-G Virtual Instrument Collection, and these are the fully function versions of the NI instruments, supporting the usual interfaces.
The CD is included with all orders made at soundsonline.com , EastWest's on-line soundware store, while supplies last, or can be ordered by itself if you're will to pay a $9.75 shipping charge (and you'll get a coupon code for free shipping on a later purchase if you choose that option). Some EastWest dealers will also have the Zero-G Virtual Instruments Collection on-hand for the price of just paying them a visit. Contact your local dealer to check availability.
The included content includes:
Kompakt Instruments (1 to 5 instruments per product)
Intakt Instruments (2 to 3 loops per product)
You can order the CD on-line at www.soundsonline.com/sophtml/details.phtml?sku=ew-vicd