Waldorf Edition 2 LE Bundle, FREE Download For A Limited Time

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The website “Audio Plugin Deals” offers the Waldorf Edition 2 LE bundle with three plugins as a free download only for the next two weeks.

It’s time for a little gift. For the next two weeks, you can download for free the Waldorf Edition 2 LE plugin bundle from Audio Plugin Deals. The bundle features limited versions (lite) versions of the three best-known Waldorf plugins: Attack, PPG Wave 2.V, and D-Pole.

But there is one condition: if you don’t have an account at Audio Plugin Deals, you have to register there to get the product for free. If you want to fully enjoy the Waldorf Edition 2, you can upgrade this LE version later for € 49. You can get it even cheaper during regular sales.

Waldorf Edition 2 LE


ATTACK is a percussion synthesizer powered by an almighty analogue synth sound generator. It transports the trademark sounds of classic Eighties analogue drum machines and the progressive electronic club beats of the Nineties onwards and upwards into truly 21st Century production environments.

PPG WAVE 2.V is a virtual reincarnation of its namesake cult classic, coming to prominence with the trailblazing PPG Wave series starting back in 1982. First resurrected in 1989 with the Waldorf Microwave, today it enjoys a new lease of life in virtual studios on Mac and PC computers. Classic wavetable synthesis is known for conjuring up the feisty analogue and digital hybrid sounds that have graced so many hit records over so many decades.

D-POLE completes the Waldorf Edition 2 lineup as a very versatile filter plug-in with five filter types (lowpass, bandpass, high pass, notch, and resonator).

Waldorf Edition 2 LE Bundle (regular $22 USD) is available now at no charge until March 10th, 2020. The plugins work in VST/VST3, AU and AAX formats for Windows and Mac.

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  1. you have to register at audioplugins first, then after “ordering” you get an instruction website to to got waldorf website where you have to register again and put the order in the cart. then you have to wait to get the registration mail from waldorf. tehy either have shitty servers, are completely flushed with orders or its just scam. i still wait for the confirmation mail to come…, but two companies now have my data to sell it.

    • I’ve ordered from AudioPlugins before and got my free thing a few hours later. Their servers are probably swamped.

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