Noise Engineering's 3x RE

This forum is for discussing Rack Extensions. Devs are all welcome to show off their goods.
User avatar
Eski
Posts: 35
Joined: 06 Oct 2016

Post 30 Oct 2018

This is a bit odd.

Deal of the week Synth Bundle is advertising at $55 dollars which is £43 pounds for me in the UK
Yet the RE shop is asking for £49 when I go to checkout.

Are the US getting a better deal?

User avatar
Zac
Posts: 1138
Joined: 19 May 2016

Post 30 Oct 2018

Eski wrote:
30 Oct 2018
This is a bit odd.

Deal of the week Synth Bundle is advertising at $55 dollars which is £43 pounds for me in the UK
Yet the RE shop is asking for £49 when I go to checkout.

Are the US getting a better deal?
In a word, yes. I don't know if pricing is in the NDA so I'll leave it there. The US doesn't have the same VAT set up either.

User avatar
antic604
Posts: 1588
Joined: 23 Oct 2017
Location: Warsaw, Poland

Post 30 Oct 2018

Eski wrote:
30 Oct 2018
This is a bit odd.

Deal of the week Synth Bundle is advertising at $55 dollars which is £43 pounds for me in the UK
Yet the RE shop is asking for £49 when I go to checkout.

Are the US getting a better deal?
It's 55 Euros (not US Dollars), which is exactly 49 British Pounds :)
Reason 10 // Bitwig 2 // Live 10 @ Surface Pro 4 i7 8/256GB
My music: https://soundcloud.com/antic604

User avatar
Eski
Posts: 35
Joined: 06 Oct 2016

Post 30 Oct 2018

I can only go off what my eyes tell me. :)

Image
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

User avatar
antic604
Posts: 1588
Joined: 23 Oct 2017
Location: Warsaw, Poland

Post 30 Oct 2018

Eski wrote:
30 Oct 2018
I can only go off what my eyes tell me. :)
Huh?! Sorry, you're right - I can see that as well here (https://shop.propellerheads.com/deals/) but when I actually click on the banner I get EUR55:

Image

Since UK is technically still in the EU, I guess the price is converted for you from EUR.

If after Brexit it'll be calculated from USD, then it all would've been worth it, right ;) :D
Reason 10 // Bitwig 2 // Live 10 @ Surface Pro 4 i7 8/256GB
My music: https://soundcloud.com/antic604

User avatar
Eski
Posts: 35
Joined: 06 Oct 2016

Post 30 Oct 2018

Haha - Bloody Brexit don't get me started on that 'shower of shite'

I've contacted PH to get some clarification. Maybe 'NoiseEng' will comment too on this post.
I really want the same deal as the rest of the world if possible.

User avatar
Loque
Posts: 4444
Joined: 28 Dec 2015

Post 30 Oct 2018

Eski wrote:
30 Oct 2018
Haha - Bloody Brexit don't get me started on that 'shower of shite'

I've contacted PH to get some clarification. Maybe 'NoiseEng' will comment too on this post.
I really want the same deal as the rest of the world if possible.
Yea, that is what i want too. The taxes of Gibraltar, the prices in $ and the moon is made of cheeze - google proved.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

User avatar
antic604
Posts: 1588
Joined: 23 Oct 2017
Location: Warsaw, Poland

Post 30 Oct 2018

Eski wrote:
30 Oct 2018
I really want the same deal as the rest of the world if possible.
Well, I'd miss this deal over GBP6 difference then I'd be pissed off. But that's just me :) It's still a great price!
Reason 10 // Bitwig 2 // Live 10 @ Surface Pro 4 i7 8/256GB
My music: https://soundcloud.com/antic604

User avatar
cognitive
Posts: 121
Joined: 25 Apr 2018
Location: Los Angeles

Post 04 Nov 2018

Just bought the bundle and I'm loving these REs. So much gooey character that's easily accessible.

For some of my first experiments I'm using the Propellerhead Drum Sequencer to drive several instances of Basimilus Iteritas, and 'Lectric Panda's RND RE into a Scales and Chords to drive randomized dirty bass played by a Loquelic Iteritas Percido and finally some occasional randomized melodic stabs out of a Manis Iteritas.

Wow wow wow. SO FREAKING COOL SOUNDING.

User avatar
rcbuse
Posts: 829
Joined: 16 Jan 2015
Location: SR388

Post 04 Nov 2018

cognitive wrote:
04 Nov 2018
Just bought the bundle and I'm loving these REs. So much gooey character that's easily accessible.

For some of my first experiments I'm using the Propellerhead Drum Sequencer to drive several instances of Basimilus Iteritas, and 'Lectric Panda's RND RE into a Scales and Chords to drive randomized dirty bass played by a Loquelic Iteritas Percido and finally some occasional randomized melodic stabs out of a Manis Iteritas.

Wow wow wow. SO FREAKING COOL SOUNDING.
Don't forget your refill!

Lectric Panda vs Noise Engineering.rfl

User avatar
cognitive
Posts: 121
Joined: 25 Apr 2018
Location: Los Angeles

Post 04 Nov 2018

rcbuse wrote:
04 Nov 2018
cognitive wrote:
04 Nov 2018
Just bought the bundle and I'm loving these REs. So much gooey character that's easily accessible.

For some of my first experiments I'm using the Propellerhead Drum Sequencer to drive several instances of Basimilus Iteritas, and 'Lectric Panda's RND RE into a Scales and Chords to drive randomized dirty bass played by a Loquelic Iteritas Percido and finally some occasional randomized melodic stabs out of a Manis Iteritas.

Wow wow wow. SO FREAKING COOL SOUNDING.
Don't forget your refill!

Lectric Panda vs Noise Engineering.rfl
Already grabbed it (great stuff!), but thank you for the reminder. :)

User avatar
Boombastix
Posts: 181
Joined: 18 May 2018
Location: Bay Area, CA

Post 05 Nov 2018

hurricane wrote:Have any of you actually used these in your tracks in a more musical/melodic context? I'd like to hear these in action - not really looking for the blurby noisy farty demos though.
I tried to. This includes the drums.
Listen to Whoo With The Noise by Rikk Show #np on #SoundCloud


Sent from my Moto G (5) Plus using Tapatalk


fretshot7
Posts: 79
Joined: 02 Apr 2018

Post 05 Nov 2018

Boombastix wrote:
05 Nov 2018
hurricane wrote:Have any of you actually used these in your tracks in a more musical/melodic context? I'd like to hear these in action - not really looking for the blurby noisy farty demos though.
I tried to. This includes the drums.
Listen to Whoo With The Noise by Rikk Show #np on #SoundCloud


Sent from my Moto G (5) Plus using Tapatalk
great track!

  • Information
  • Who is online

    Users browsing this forum: Adabler, BRIGGS and 0 guests