We’re offering discounts of up to 20% discounts on the award-winning PreSonus AudioBox VSL family of recording interfaces.
All members of the AudioBox VSL family sport USB connectivity, high headroom, low noise XMAX preamps, sampling rates of up to 96k, and Studio One 3 Artist. The 22VSL and 44VSL give you high-quality audio in a portable profile, and the 1818VSL is rack-mountable and expandable to up to 18 inputs via ADAT. All of these guys also offer MIDI I/O.
These instant rebates are easy price drops at the register and require no paperwork, proofs of purchase, or wait times to get your money back. Just take a chunk of change off the price.
Hey! Been looking to take your DAW to the next level? Now’s the best possible time—we’re offering upgrades to Studio One 3 Professional for $50 off the typical price.
Studio One 3 Professional gives you access to Melodyne, Scratch Tracks, Multi-instruments, the Project page for mastering, Note FX, Studio One Remote, Macro Controls, Extended FX Chains, and gigabytes of bundled sound content. It’s available worldwide, and excludes education volume licensing and crossgrades. Hurry, this offer ends 2/29/16!
The AudioBox iOne has had its price permanently dropped to $99.95. This is the ideal portable recording interface for guitarists. Pack it into your guitar case or cable bag, take it with you wherever you go, and record your inspirations directly to your iPad. You can then wirelessly transmit your recordings to the included Studio One 3 Artist on your main computer for mixing and editing.
New deals for the new year for customers in the USA. All of these dealers are available nationwide.
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First, we’ve extended our existing StudioLive AI Rebates until March 31—Our award-winning StudioLive AI mixers can now be had for the following post-rebate prices in the USA:
The StudioLive AI Console Mixers have garnered a lot of praise in the time they’ve been around. Click any of the quotes below to read the full review.
Next, we’re offering a limited-time $100 rebate on the StudioLive 16.0.2 until March 31. That’s a heckuva lot of mix power for $899.95. You get sixteen inputs and four Aux Outs, the same XMAX preamps and Fat Channels found in more expensive StudioLive mixers, and Smaart Measurement Technology via VSL. This all makes it ideal for both project studios and mobile PA/DJ rigs. Pound for pound, it’s arguably the most feature-rich mixer in the line. And don’t forget the 16.0.2’s secret weapon that no other StudioLive mixer in the line has: MIDI control! You can adjust mixer settings live, in-performance, with a standard MIDI controller.
All of the above deals are instant rebates—cash at the time of purchase, with no forms to fill out and mail.
Quick and to the point: Until Dec. 31, we’re offering 30% off of Studio One 3 Artist and Studio One 3 Professional.
This offer includes upgrades, so if you’ve been thinking about making the jump from Artist to Professional, this is a great opportunity for you. And if you’re still back on version 2, here’s just a touch of what you’re missing out on by not upgrading to version 3:
This offer is available worldwide, and excludes EDU licenses and crossgrades.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday at a close, we’re proud to announce PreSonus Tuesday! We’ve got a couple of new discount offers for you to close out the new year—and we’ve extended a couple of favorites that we had running last month. Check it out:
First up, the AudioBox iOne has had its price permanently dropped to $89.95 USD. This is the ideal portable recording interface for guitarists, and should stuff cozily in most stockings size 12 or larger. Pack it up, take it with you, and record your best riffs directly to your iPad. You can then wirelessly transmit your recordings to Studio One on your main computer for mixing and editing. This is not a rebate, so there’s no proof or purchase required.
Speaking of rebates, we’ve got a new rebate going on the iOne’s bigger Brother: the iTwo and iTwo Studio have a $10 instant rebate this month. The iTwo works just like the iOne, but offers two XLR/1/4″ combo jack inputs to work with, allowing you a bit more connective versatility. If you’re looking for a single-purchase combo pack that includes everything you need to be recording on Christmas morning, check out the iTwo Studio—you get the iTwo interface, Studio One 3 Artist, an M7 microphone, and HD7 headphones—plus all required cabling. As an instant rebate, there’s no hassle with rebate forms.
We’ve also extended our existing Black Friday StudioLive AI Rebates until December 31—this year, Black Friday lasts over a month! Can you believe it? Our award-winning StudioLive AI mixers can now be had for the following post-rebate prices in the USA:
Furthermore, don’t forget that we’ve got a couple other offers that are carrying over from November until the end of 2015:
Both of the above are also instant rebates—cash on the table, at the register. Or credit in the account, at the laptop for those of you who aren’t of the brick-and-mortar persuasion.
Hey, we love you guys, and ’tis the season for giving back, so check out these Black Friday deals. FUN FACT: Black Friday lasts nearly a week this year, from Nov. 23—30. While these are no doubt exceptional offers, they were once exclusive offers. See, we actually had a proper naughty-and-nice list, but Rick lost it somewhere. So, with no list with which to hold the naughty accountable, we’re jolly to instead extend these offers to all of our customers in the USA.
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Check out their video courses via the links below. Each has a couple of freebies to get you hooked. If you like what you see, sign up! They’ve also got tons of non-Studio One related stuff worth checking out, too.
Perfect for the aspiring home recordist, the Music Creation Suite includes everything a budding producer, musician, or mix engineer needs to get started, all in one shiny box that fits conveniently under a tree. Get rolling in music and audio production from the comfort of your own home—or classroom, school lab, or church. Oh, and for a limited time, we’ve knocked fifty bucks off the price, down to $249.
Here’s what ya get—all for about the cost of a single crappy entry-level guitar:
All told, this package would set you back about $450 bucks if purchased separately. The lucky owner will be able to record guitar, vocals, or whatever else they put in front of the mic. They can produce wonderful piano or orchestral parts using Studio One or Notion 5’s built-in sound libraries. They can even arrange dynamic, stirring rhythms that come without the inconvenient sonic warfare of listening to someone learning to play real drums. And once tracked, they will be able to go back and mix and edit their li’l masterpiece to their heart’s content. (Quietly, on the M7 headphones.)
This is a no-fuss, no-muss, temporary price drop for customers in the US of A. No proofs-of-purchase to cut out. No forms to fill out and then forget to mail-in. I mean come on—everybody hates those.
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