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TC Electronic Announces "Great Danes" TonePrint Package

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    Risskvov, Denmark, December 3rd 2013 – TC Electronic is announcing the immediate availability of a free TonePrint package centered around Danish musicians called Great Danes. The Great Danes is available immediately and completely free of charge at www.tcelectronic.com/great-danes-toneprints or through the free TonePrint app for iOS and Android.

    Comprising this package are Jacob Binzer, Mika Vandborg, Sune Rose Wagner, Søren Andersen, Stefan Schakinger, MarloweDK, Chris Minh Doky - people who have helped shape the Danish and International music scene for over 3 decades - have delivered a package that is equally inspiring and great sounding.

    In addition to that, this is the largest TonePrint package TC Electronic has ever delivered, with a whopping 16 TonePrints for guitar and bass, ranging from introverted and subtle to roaring and extreme, yet all based on the sublime effect quality TC Electronic is known for.
    Tore Mogensen and Morten Ehlers, business managers for guitar and bass respectively, add: ”This package combines all the things we like about Danes. These TonePrints are creative, understated in a cool way and ooze passion for music. The reason we decided to release them internationally is simply because they sound great and will work in many musical contexts.”

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