May 20, 2013

Audio Damage Summer Sale...

by Chris Randall

When I was a little tyke, we went to visit my grandparents who lived in San Diego once. While we were there, I saw a television commercial (once, natch) that was so powerful in its delivery that I remember it verbatim to this day. A Google search shows me that this was apparently a well-known commercial series, fondly remembered by all that saw it. I can't find the specific commercial I remember, but here's a compendium of a whole bunch of them with the same general theme.

Caveat Emptor: that is quite possibly the E-Bola virus of ear worms. You've been warned.

All this by way of saying that my failings in the marketing vein are manifold and obvious. I am, in every way possible, the exact opposite of the marketing genius that put those commercials together. All I know is this: you kids like you some sales. So we're having one. Hit the Audio Damage store and enter the code HOTINHERRE at checkout for 30% off your entire order. I'll stand upon my head 'til my ears are turnin' red.

EDIT: Sale all done. Thanks all! Now it's time to go fuel up the Gulfstream and fly off to my private volcano lair to work on the next product.


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May.20.2013 @ 10:28 AM
If you ever want to get some of that Ebola ear worm action in your own work, I'm fairly confident that "If You're Happy and You Know It" could be successfully argued to be public domain:

link [en.wikipedia.or...]

May.20.2013 @ 10:35 AM
Just active for the day?

May.20.2013 @ 10:36 AM
Chris Randall
Sorry. 'Til Wednesday midnight.


May.20.2013 @ 10:37 AM
Just made you a little richer. You're welcome and thank you.

May.20.2013 @ 10:56 AM
Chris Randall
"Richer" implies that I'm rich in the first place. "Less poor" would be a better way to put it. ;-)


May.20.2013 @ 10:59 AM
I didn't see Spot on the airplane. Maybe he was flying the plane?

May.20.2013 @ 11:05 AM
Chris Randall
Spot _is_ the airplane.


May.20.2013 @ 2:22 PM
In a cruel twist of fate, I have been waiting for you to do a sale so I could buy a couple plugins. But I wasn't expecting you to do it during the same pay period where I had already spent $700 on software.

May.20.2013 @ 3:20 PM
Forget plugins.. I need a new car after those commercials... and now!!

May.20.2013 @ 4:06 PM
It's Cal Worthington and his Dog Spot!
Bada bada something something, go see Cal

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