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  • Upgrade path to The Symphonic Cube: can I buy the Cube in sections?

    If I don't want to buy the entire Cube at once, can I buy it in sections? Could I buy individual instruments, as I need them (and work toward the Symphonic Cube, one instrument at a time)?


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    Hi suihcteg,

    The only bunlde that is also included in the Symphonic Cube is the Orchestral Strings Bundle.
    The Symphonic Cube was our very first BIG collection and we have added many new instruments since then, which are available in the much bigger Woodwinds and Brass Bundles.

    My suggestions: If you don't want to go for the Symphonic Cube right away, start with our Special Editions and upgrade from these collections.

    Best,
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
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    @Paul said:

    Hi suihcteg, The only bunlde that is also included in the Symphonic Cube is the [url=https://www.vsl.co.at/en/Strings_Complete/Orchestral_Strings_Bundle]Orchestral Strings Bundle[/url].
    I’m a little unclear. I can’t afford a “complete” package, but the Cube would provide me with everything I’d want. If I were go to Products—>Symphonic Cube—>Woodwinds I, and I bought Woodwinds I... if I eventually bought the Symphonic Cube, would it deduct the price of the Woodwinds I from the total? Would it work like the iTunes “complete my album” service, where you can buy a single song, then pay the difference to get the entire album?

  • Hello suihcteg, 

    Yes, you will always get bundle benefits from upgrading to a bundle from a product that is already contained in that bundle. 

    Most savings are obviously possible when purchasing the bundle right away.

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
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    @suihcteg said:

    I’m a little unclear. I can’t afford a “complete” package, but the Cube would provide me with everything I’d want. If I were go to Products—>Symphonic Cube—>Woodwinds I, and I bought Woodwinds I... if I eventually bought the Symphonic Cube, would it deduct the price of the Woodwinds I from the total? Would it work like the iTunes “complete my album” service, where you can buy a single song, then pay the difference to get the entire album?

    You can save some money if you buy whatever you want when it is discounted. If you want the full Cube, start with the Strings (hurry, only until 30th April). Unless you need the Woodwinds right now.


    Ben@VSL | IT & Product Specialist