Luftrum launches Charity Fundraiser

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Luftrum has announced a Charity Fundraiser, an initiative to raise funds for a charity.

During September all sales from the Luftrum soundbanks including royalties, will be given to charity. The charity will be an organisation covering either children’s life and health or an organisation for environmental protection.

The soundbank for Roland GAIA SH-01 will be changed to pay-what-you-want during September. Your chance to get the GAIA soundbank and donate to charity at the same time!

Companies and sound developer individuals participating in the charity event are mentioned in a Sound Dev Charity list (including Camel Audio, Big Tick, Patchpool, and more), available at KVR. A purchase from a listed participant will contribute to the cause as well.

More information: Luftrum

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