Spectacular Holiday Deals at EastWest

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Gift Cards, 20% off ComposerCloud Annual Plans & deep discounts on individual products

Hollywood, CA (December 5, 2016) – EastWest Sounds is celebrating the season by offering a range of gift ideas and limited time discounts on the entire product range. For those looking for a great gift for their musician, composer friends, or for themselves, the EastWest gift cards are the ideal way to go: Let your friends and colleagues choose exactly what they desire from the EastWest product pallet. If the recipient redeems the gift card before January 2, 2017, they will be able to enjoy the seasonal sales going on at SoundsOnline.com for the entire month of December:

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EastWest offers an unprecedented 20% off on all annual ComposerCloud subscriptions, which makes is hard to say no to the already affordable plans! Depending on which plan you choose, you can save up to $120 dollars on the largest virtual instrument catalog available. ComposerCloud is designed to give working composers, musicians, and songwriters in music, film, television, and gaming access to more than 10,000 award-winning virtual instruments, anytime, anywhere.

Details are available at http://www.soundsonline.com/composercloud

But that’s not all: There is also the December Super Sale with up to 60% off individual instruments and products. Additionally, the Hollywood Orchestra Diamond Edition is discounted to $499 instead of the regular $932. During this Super Sale, the Diamond Editions of each Hollywood Solo Instrument - Harp, Violin, and Cello – are only $99 each. More deals for individual EastWest instruments can be found at http://www.soundsonline.com/december-super-sale.

Doug Rogers and the EastWest team wish everyone Happy Holidays and a successful, creative 2017!

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