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NEWS: Livid Instruments 7 Day Block Sale

Rounik Sethi on Aug 08, 2012 in News 0 comments

What do you get when you combine 7 days, a sale, Livid Instruments, a music gear nerd, a Block and your existing DAW? Read on to find out more!
All digital musicians know this feeling: the quickening of the breath, widening of the eyes, and the denial that your bank balance is veering into that red zone. Yes, I am talking about the terrible, yet immensely satisfying, results of gear lust.

So, be warned. If you're room's already full of music hardware and you can't justify acquiring any more, don't read on. (Who am I kidding? Musicians can always do with more hardware, software and tutorials!) 

Regardless. Be warned, the following press release from Livid Instruments may well tip you over the edge and cause you to reach for your wallet/purse… Here's what's on offer in their 7 day sale for the popular Block:

7 day Livid Block Sale

This week only save $110 on a Block. Initially designed as Ohm's little sister, the block has grown into a complete hardware solution of its own. With a growing list of supported software packages like Ableton Live, Propellerhead's Reason and Record, MLRV2, and more, Block is the perfect portable controller solution for DJs, producers, and VJs alike.
 
With expansion jacks for additional control, you can customize your setup with one of our XPC controllers, or use a foot pedal with the 1/4" jacks for hands free operation. Hand crafted from fine woods and lightweight aluminum right in our Austin, TX shop, Block stands out in market overcrowded with cheaply made, low quality controllers. 
 
Feel the power of the Block by visiting our online shop at shop.lividinstruments.com



Rounik is the Executive Editor for AskAudioMag.com & the quarterly print magazine by the same name. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He is a Visiting lecturer at Bath Spa Univers... Read More

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