Another BIAS Offer

US Free DDP Export promotion for new Peak Pro 6 purchases      22/08/08

Another BIAS Offer


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BIAS have announced that all customers purchasing Peak Pro 6 - the latest edition of their audio editing, processing, mastering, and delivery software for Mac OS X - through September 30th, may receive a $199 value DDP Export Extension at no additional charge.
Here’s the details as contained in the BIAS press release…
Buy Peak Pro 6, Get Free DDP Export Extension:
The Disc Description Protocol (DDP) Export extension allows fully compliant DDP 2 files sets to be exported directly from Peak Pro 6. This valuable addition ensures accurate reproduction of pre-masters designed for commercial replication as well as compatibility with high-end digital audio workstations and CD replication systems used by major labels and production studios worldwide.
From August 1st, 2008 through September 30th, 2008, customers purchasing new retail editions of Peak Pro 6 through BIAS resellers or directly from BIAS may receive a free DDP Export Extension -normally, an additional $199 option. Qualifying customers must purchase, register and activate a new edition of Peak Pro 6 (excluding academic editions, upgrades, and cross-grades). To receive the free DDP Export Extension serial number, a simple downloadable rebate request form must be completed and returned to BIAS (via fax or physical mail) along with a copy of the original purchase receipt dated from August 1st 2008 to September 30th 2008.
This offer significantly extends the value of an already powerful product - featuring robust audio editing, pristine final stage processing, as well as elegant mastering and delivery tools to complement any digital audio workstation.
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