22nd May 2007
Spectrasonics has announced to the public its new Educational Program designed to put its three virtual instruments, Atmosphere, Trilogy and Stylus RMX, into music technology classrooms around the world. The new program creates an efficient and easy way for educational institutions to apply for special software licenses for their classroom computers - at a significantly reduced price. Authorized Spectrasonics distributors around the world are all taking part in promoting and implementing the new program. Schools can now order EDU site licenses for five or more computer stations for any of the three Spectrasonics virtual instruments - directly from their nearest Spectrasonics Distributor. Additionally, each EDU site license purchase offers free upgrades in the future, which is a major cost savings for educators.
Educators may apply for the education program through their regional Spectrasonics distributor. The list of world-wide Spectrasonics distributors can be found here.
Please visit the new EDU area of the Spectrasonics website for more information about the program.
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