2020 pretty much sucked, and so does 2021 so far. But every once in a while there is some good news worth sharing. After last year’s big success, Dynamedion, Europe’s largest game audio production company, and their label Sonuscore, developer of high-quality software instruments, are again offering their composer customers and online communities a Donation Sale to raise money for international Coronavirus funds.
Magic Spring Donation Sale to Fight Coronavirus and Support Artists
The Donation Flash Sale in 2020 was an inspiring success with Dynamedion/Sonuscore and its international artist collective donated $16,110.70 of their profits to WHO and CARITAS International. “While it seems that the situation is now rapidly getting better in the richer countries, there are many places in the world where people are still struggling very hard,” Managing Director Pierre Langer states. That’s why now they hope to top that with the Magic Spring Donation Sale. For 10 days starting on 03.18.2021, Sonuscore is offering a bundle of five software products for €9.90 instead of €217, which translates to a 95% discount. The deal includes their brand-new ha•pi – Concert Harp virtual instrument. Like with last year, the sale is initiated on the one hand to support artists currently struggling with terminated contracts and on the other to raise money for a good cause.
The Coronavirus Funds
The Donations will be sent to regions that are currently being hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus pandemic. The organizations that they will support are:
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