#1
Hey guys, I got my ad from Guitar Center for Black Friday. Its pretty small but here are all the deals for recording:

Software
NI's Komplete 8 Elements - $20
NI's Komplete 8 - $400
NI's Komplete 8 Ultimate - $800
Celemony's Melodyne Essentials - $40
Antares Vocal Express - $100
Ableton EDM Bundle - $600

Interfaces
Presonus Audiobox Limited Edition White - $100
The Complete Desktop Recording Studio w/ Mac Mini - $1000 (Regular price :p)

Mics & Stuff
Shure SM48 (The SM58's retard little brother) - $25 (Doorbuster)
Sterling Audio's SP50 & SP30 combo - $70
KRK Rokit 5's in White - $100 Each ($200 for pair)
Auralex Audio Acoustic Foam Engineers Pack - $50
AKG K44 MKII Headphones - $30
Sennheiser HD201 Headphones - $15 (Doorbuster)

Also, if you get the flyer (which means you probably already know this), theres a coupon for 15% off one item on Friday & one for 10% off one on Saturday. Of course, like anything with Guitar Center, there is a big ass list of things those coupons exclude & you can't combo it with something already on sale but you'll probably find something you can use with it.

So, pretty disappointing (minus the 15% off coupon). If I had the money, I'd go get Komplete Ultimate but thats about all that interests me.
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#2
The Desktop recording studio is the same price, because they can't discount Apple products.

Really want Komplete, but I don't have $400 to be dropping on software right now
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#3
Yeah, I know. Its just kinda funny since the way its put in the ad is that its a $3200 bundle for $1000. Its still a decent deal considering the Mac eats most of the cost & the rest is kinda thrown in.

I just wish the coupon wasn't so limited. Hell, you can't even buy a SM57 with it because Shure isn't participating.
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#4
the only really decent deal i see there is the rokits. $200 for a half decent set of monitors is a good deal for most people on here. not the best deal, but if it gets people monitors instead of headphones
#6
I've got Melodyne Essentials, came with my copy of Pro Tools. Its a great little program. Much better than Auto-Tune when it comes to pitch correction. Its pretty basic but at least you can edit the pitch via its software versus $100 for Auto Tune EFX where its automatic & mainly for the T-Pain Effect.
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#7
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I've got Melodyne Essentials, came with my copy of Pro Tools. Its a great little program. Much better than Auto-Tune when it comes to pitch correction. Its pretty basic but at least you can edit the pitch via its software versus $100 for Auto Tune EFX where its automatic & mainly for the T-Pain Effect.

Yeah I was wondering how good it was. Does anyone know if guitar center deals are only in store or online as well?