(March 18th 2021, Mainz, Germany) – After last year’s big success, Dynamedion, Europe’s largest game audio production company, and their label Sonuscore, developer of high-quality software instruments, are again offering their composer customers and online communities a Donation Sale to raise money for international Coronavirus funds.
Magic Spring Donation Sale to Fight Coronavirus and Support Artists
The Donation Flash Sale in 2020 was an inspiring success with Dynamedion/Sonuscore and its international artist collective donated $16,110.70 of their profits to WHO and CARITAS International. “While it seems that the situation is now rapidly getting better in the richer countries, there are many places in the world where people are still struggling very hard,” Managing Director Pierre Langer states. That’s why now they hope to top that with the Magic Spring Donation Sale. For 10 days starting on 18th March 2021, Sonuscore is offering a bundle of five software products for €9.90 instead of €217, which translates to a 95% discount. The deal includes their brand-new ha•pi – Concert Harp virtual instrument. Like with last year, the sale is initiated on the one hand to support artists currently struggling with terminated contracts and on the other to raise money for a good cause. Find out more at the Spring Donation Sale website.
The Coronavirus Funds
The Donations will be sent to regions that are currently being hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus pandemic. The organizations that they will support are:
• World Health Organization
• Save The Children
Customer Quotes from last year’s Donation Sale:
“This has to be the biggest no brainer deal of all no brainer deals!
5 great looking little libraries for 10 dollars and it goes to charity.”
“Great deal for a good cause, what more can you ask for?”
“Amazing library from an equally amazing and generous developer. Thanks @Sonuscore!”
Dynamedion was founded in 2000 in Mainz, Germany by Pierre Langer and Tilman Sillescu, two composers with university degrees in music. Since then, Dynamedion has become the award-winning European leader in music composition, sound design, source sound recordings, live orchestra production and audio integration services for international game audio, with over 2,000 released games, TV series, trailers, films, and movies.
Sonuscore was founded in 2012 as a label of Dynamedion and was created by the same team that founded the highly acclaimed BOOM Library. The three founders have combined their vast experience in orchestral music production, high-end sound quality claims, and their cutting-edge approach to perfectly balanced usability to shape some of the most renowned virtual software instruments!