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Track Spark launch $2.99 monthly audio goody bags

New micro-payment subscription service offers new plug-ins and more

Track Spark is a brand new company providing a monthly digital goody bag for music producers and composers. For just $2.99 per month members receive a monthly digital download that includes plug-ins, high-quality live recorded music loops, programmed loops, sample packs and tutorials. 

Track Spark make a point of showcasing innovative products from smaller developers and individuals that may not be known the wider music making public. The challenge for these smaller developers and content providers is to be heard above the noise of competitors with bigger budgets. Track Spark aim to go a long way in helping that process by introducing them to potential clients in an inexpensive and unique way.

The micro-payment model acts as a subscription fee where members get to keep products from different, new companies every month. They’ve already partnered with AudioThing who provided their much loved Valve Filter VF-1, AAS with their Angelicals soundbank and Sknote-made plugin, PolyJam especially for Track Spark’s launch. All were big hits and have gained the companies many new fans. Many professional studios have already signed up to the service as well as well-known DJ’s/producers such as Graham Sahara, resident at Pacha Ibiza.

Rich Lewis, partner in Track Spark says “As a producer myself I know it’s quite easy to get into a routine of using the same plugins and effects but when I find something new it’s really exciting. Track Spark was set up so that producers never stop getting excited by new products & sounds which can inspire great new music.”

Track Spark are offering a free 1 month trial to their service which means you’ll receive the following for free inside their January good bag: 

  • The Abuser Distortion unit from Audiority worth $49
  • 80 awesome drum loops
  • EDM Remedy sample pack from Electronisounds
  • The importance of editing by Björgvin Benediktsson of www.audio-issues.com 
  • A/B-ing your mix tutorial by Rich Lewis
  • The Bell From Shelf by www.atomhub.net 

To find out more visit www.trackspark.com 

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