Tonehammer has announced it is closing business, ending with a limited time 50% off sale.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

We are here to make three announcements.

The passing away of Tonehammer. The birth of two separate companies and a final sale at 50% off some of our most popular libraries, which lasts until July 31st 2011.

Essentially we’ve decided to take sampling in different directions, which means you will have even more and diverse sample catalogs to choose from.

Tonehammer will cease to exist on August 1st 2011. All Tonehammer sample libraries however will be carried forward by two new separate companies:

8Dio (by Troels Folmann)
Soundiron (by Mike Peaslee)

The two companies will officially re-launch all Tonehammer products on August 1st 2011 – and don’t worry – you will continue to receive full and ongoing support for all libraries you’ve purchased from us.

Tonehammer Sale

Tonehammer is also offering a free copy of its latest and final library Cathedral of Junk to those who make a purchase before August 1st.

It’s a symphony of tuned scrap and found sounds captured at (and including) one of the most unique pieces of living art/architecture we’ve ever seen. It’s 440 MB and contains 20 unique instrument sets, plus a large bonus collection of evolving ambient drone instruments. Simply order any item in our store and we’ll send you a free discount code for the library (expires 7/31/11).

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