Deal: Save over 70% on IK Multimedia Amplitube, T-RackS, SampleTank SE and more
Summer is the time for “Krazy Deals”! This 4th of July weekend, IK Multimedia has slashed the prices on some of its products by over 70 percent. This means that you can grab Amplitube 4, T-RackS 5, SampleTank 4 SE and Miroslav Philharmonik 2 CE for under 50 quid each. But hurry up – this offer only lasts for a few days!
IK Multimedia 4th of July Krazy Deal
IK Multimedia is no stranger to great deals, but this one’s especially krazy! Some of the company’s most popular plug-ins are on sale at over 70% off the regular price. If you’ve been eyeing IK Multimedia Amplitube 4, T-RackS 5, SampleTank 4 SE or Miroslav Philharmonik 2 CE, there’s never been a better time to take the plunge.
IK Multimedia’s T-RackS 5 is a complete plug-in suite that includes all the tools you need for professional-quality mixing and mastering. If you’re a guitarist, you’ll love the many realistic amp, speaker and stompbox simulations in AmpliTube 4. SampleTank 4 SE is like a full-blown synthesizer workstation in a box, with all the sounds you need for a professional production. And Miroslav Philharmonik 2 CE gets you over 700 instruments from the highly regarded Miroslav Philharmonik orchestral library at an affordable price.
For just a few days, all four of these plug-ins are on sale for a fraction of their regular prices. That’s a great opportunity to add these great effects and instruments to your library!
Prices and compatibility
IK Multimedia AmpliTube 4 is currently on sale at Thomann.de* for GBP 42. That’s about 73% less than the regular price.
The T-RackS 5 mastering suite is also on sale at Thomann.de* for GBP 42.
You can get IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 SE at Thomann.de* for GBP 42.
Miroslav Philharmonik 2 CE is available from the developer’s website.
These offers expire on July 7, 2020.
The software runs on macOS and Windows in stand-alone, VST, VST3, AU and AAX formats.
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I wonder if they still force install the Custom Shop with T-Racks, so that they can upload files (specials!) to your computer and T-Rack environment whenever they feel like it. I asked them to remove Custom Shop from my system, since I didn’t ask for it and was not told about it getting installed – they couldn’t. Fortunately, they refunded my money after a lot of back-and-forth.
If you think that it might bother you to have IK spam you and upload files to your computer at their will after you paid for a product, you many want to check if “trojan and spamming included” is still a feature they install without telling you.