An ELITE discount from Sonnox - PSNEurope

An ELITE discount from Sonnox

UK: Sonnox is running a 20% discount on its ELITE plug-in collection throughout October and November, writes PSN-e. Described as Sonnox's "ultimate bundle", the ELITE boxed set includes all seven Oxford plug-ins: EQ, Dynamics, Inflator, Transient Modulator, Reverb, Limiter and SuprEsser. With the 20% discount promotion, ELITE will retail at _1,243 (TDM version) and _595 (Native).
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UK: Sonnox is running a 20% discount on its ELITE plug-in collection throughout October and November, writes PSN-e. Described as Sonnox's "ultimate bundle", the ELITE boxed set includes all seven Oxford plug-ins: EQ, Dynamics, Inflator, Transient Modulator, Reverb, Limiter and SuprEsser. With the 20% discount promotion, ELITE will retail at _1,243 (TDM version) and _595 (Native).

"The initial response to our ELITE collection was extremely positive," said Sonnox sales & marketing manager Nathan Eames. "Our goal for this special offer is to re-ignite that response, and to put Oxford plug-ins to work for as many talented people as possible. While we will continue to offer custom bundle options, which enable clients to literally pick'n'mix their own plug-in bundles, Sonnox ELITE is aimed at those who want all our plug-ins at the best possible price."

Eames cites a number of high-profile clients for Sonnox plug-ins, including live sound engineer Michael Prowda, and producers Steve Levine and Wayne Wilkins.

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