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Discussion in 'Backline' started by TimPio, Dec 4, 2014.
Never needed this but for 22...bought!
Me too. Just finished buying it. Dirt cheap and the videos sold me on it.
great idea to have a calendar! and the 24th metal machinery for 39 EUR please!!!!
*prays to almighty Cthulhu for some of the drum MIDI packs to show up*
midi packs dirt cheap would be a touch.
or made of metal/rockwarehouse/metal machinery.
there is still a good deal for the rockwarehouse!
Any news from this ? It got me curious, but so far nothing new came out. Is it gonna be every week ?
I don't think Toontrack knows what an Advent Calendar is.
Someone opened the doors ahead of time and ate all of the best deals. Happens every year.
Where can i find the calendar?
That's precisely why I bumped the thread
Someone asked on Toontrack's Facebook page when the second door would open and this is what they said, "That's a question for Santa!"
"An Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas. Since the date of the first Sunday of Advent varies, falling between November 27 and December 3 inclusive, the Advent calendar usually compromises by beginning on December 1, although many include the previous few days that are part of the season."
How do advent calendar ¯\(°_o)/¯?
Door number two finally showed up today and it's.... Number 1 Hits EZX.
It's by no mean a bad expansion, I actually bought it just to have classic electronic drum sounds available from a clic away in a format I know well (vsti, drum-like, not like loop-based machines or whatever) when I just want to quickly write an electronic drum part , but I already got it for the same low price on black friday. For someone who does not have electronic drum kits, this is worth the price even if wav packs have better quality sounds (the Deadmau5 packs are actually very good).
I have Battery 4 and Maschine. Indeed next.
Would love to get into the ez keys shit though, I didn't care for the one they offered earlier.
Now I want a Jordan Rudess signature EZKeys. Or Jens Johansson, or... really, anyone who isn't me.
I bought the EZ keys at 22e last week just for the sake of exploring the midis and being able to use them and tweak them. They are played tastefully and I even got the idea of a song by tweaking the chord of one of them as an intro. The VSTi itself is disappointing, I'm guessing there are better ones out there but I personally don't have a use for it as I already have a few decent pianos, I just wanted the midi explorer.