From 00:01am GMT on Thursday 28 November to 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 3rd December 2019, inclusive.
Collections are specially curated product bundles based on our most popular and favourite lines, chosen for specific applications. Buying a Collection is a cost-effective way to buy multiple products at once (costing you less than buying each product individually). We’re offering a further 15% off each Collection’s discount during The Black Weekend, meaning even greater savings (up to 73% off individual product list prices, in some cases!) Check out our exclusive Black Weekend collections — The Black Weekend and The Ton.
Most of our products are available at 25% off. This excludes Collections, Originals, Alev Lenz - 3, Oliver Patrice Weder - OPW , Spitfire Solo Cello, Spitfire Solo Violin, and our free LABS instruments. Products released in the last six months are back at their introductory offer price or 25% off (if the introductory offer was higher than 25%), including BBC Symphony Orchestra, Percussion Swarm, Orbis & Hauschka Composer Toolkit.
Our site will intelligently deduct these at the Collection discount rate. Just log in, add a collection to your cart and let us do the rest.
You can’t combine the two discounts. However, anyone applying for a student discount during the sale will get a discount code which will “top up” the amount of discount from the 25% on offer to the 30% student discount. If you don’t use it before the end of our sale, you’ll need to reapply to get a full 30% discount code. This does not apply to collections as they are already discounted. You can apply for an education discount here.
You’ll have to wait and see!
Head over to our YouTube page to watch our daily live stream events & YouTube premieres across The Black Weekend.
No, they’ll stay the same.
It is not possible to purchase Aperture Strings. The product is only available to customers who spend over $349, €349 or £299 including VAT in our store during this year’s Black Weekend — 28th November to midnight on the 3rd December 2019 inclusive.
Aperture Strings works on the basis of an imagined aperture in sound. At the bottom of the dynamic range, it features single players playing at the softest level and recorded close. As you increase the dynamics, the size of the ensemble also increases, until you are playing a Symphonic sized section.
You will receive your library within 24 hours via email.
No! You have the whole six days of The Black Weekend over as many orders as you like to reach the threshold.