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Beat Track Music Spring Sale - 33% Off

March 31, 2017

Beat Track Music is having a Spring Sale offering 33% off:

  • Tokyo Hit 1 – Sylenth1 Soundbank.
  • POP Kawaii Hit 1 – Sylenth1 Soundbank.
  • Fat Layer Snare Drum Vol.1 (Sample Pack).
  • Tokyo Massive Sample Pack Vol.1.
  • Tokyo Serum Presets Vol.1 – Xfer Records Serum Presets.

Use Coupon Code = 2017march.

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