Spectrasonics Launches Education InitiativeEDUCATION
Spectrasonics Launches Education Initiative

Special Sales Program Designed to put Virtual Instruments into Classrooms

Spectrasonics has announced its Educational Program, which has been designed to put its award-winning virtual instruments into music technology classrooms around the world. The new program creates an efficient and easy way for educational institutions to apply for a special software license contract for their classroom programs - at a significantly reduced price. Schools can now arrange an EDU license contract for Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments directly with Spectrasonics. Additionally, the EDU license contract offers free upgrades throughout the life of the instrument, which is a major cost savings for educators. 

Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments are widely used by major artists in the music of many Oscar winning films, acclaimed television shows, popular video game soundtracks and hit recordings.

One of the company's key goals with the Educational Program is to inspire a new generation of musicians to learn and use Spectrasonics' instruments within the context of education. The next generation of music professionals will be well equipped for today's musical landscape from the training they receive on the Spectrasonics Virtual Instruments. 

Having pioneered in the area of video tutorials, Spectrasonics is uniquely positioned to further the goals of music technology educators around the world. Spectrasonics offers online and downloadable tutorials, with dozens of hours of video lessons explaining how to use the instruments with specific host applications, practical demonstrations of features in a musical context and a wide range of insider tips and tricks. 

"Spectrasonics is excited to work side-by-side with educators around the world and see students emerge with new and powerful creative skills. Knowledge and Technology are a powerful combination, and the next generation of musicians will certainly be more advanced by having access to these instruments at an early stage of their development," said Eric Persing, Creative Director of Spectrasonics.

Please visit the Educational Licensing Page for more information about the program.