Upgrade To The Leading Sampling Workstation For As Little As $50 11/03/04
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Montebello, CA (February 9, 2004): TASCAM has announced upgrade pricing for the eagerly awaited new version of the leading software sampling workstation: GigaStudio 3. GigaStudio 3 comes in three versions GigaStudio 3 Orchestra, GigaStudio 3 Ensemble and GigaStudio 3 Solo. Customers who purchased GigaStudio 160 after January 1, 2004 can upgrade to the flagship Orchestra version for only $50, which is less expensive than waiting for GigaStudio 3 Orchestra to ship.
"We're excited about releasing this new version of GigaStudio to our customers," says Pete Snell, Sales and Marketing manager for GigaStudio. "We wanted a price structure that made upgrading to GS3 an easy decision to make. The new polyphony performance, 96k / 24-bit sample support, mixing power and GigaPulse technology are going to make a big impact on the way musicians work with samplers. And the current pricing of GigaStudio makes it less expensive to buy now and then upgrade than waiting for GigaStudio 3 to ship, making today the perfect time to get into GigaStudio."
Customers who purchased GigaStudio 2 after January 1, 2004 can take advantage of the following special pricing:
GS2.5 160 > GS3 Orchestra $50
GS2.5 96 > GS3 Orchestra $225
GS2.5 96 > GS3 Ensemble $50
GS2.5 32 > GS3 Orchestra $375
GS2.5 32 > GS3 Ensemble $200
GS2.5 32 > GS3 Solo $60
The standard prices to upgrade to GigaStudio 3 are as follows:
GS2.5 160 > GS3 Orchestra $249
GS2.5 96 > GS3 Orchestra $349
GS2.5 96 > GS3 Ensemble $149
Any other version of GigaStudio or GigaSampler > GS3 Orchestra $399
Any other version of GigaStudio or GigaSampler > GS3 Ensemble $249
Any other version of GigaStudio or GigaSampler > GS3 Solo $129
GigaStudio 3 Orchestra has a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $599. The MSRP for GigaStudio 3 Ensemble is $369, and the MSRP for GigaStudio 3 Solo is $199. GigaStudio 3 adds dozens of new features to GigaStudio, such as unlimited polyphony, VST plug-in support, 96k/24-bit sampling and ReWire support.