Free software for Audient users through new ARC 'creative hub'
Customers are now being offered access to free recording, mixing, mastering and educational tools from the likes of Eventide and Steinberg when they register a product.
Audient has teamed up with companies including Eventide, Steinberg, LANDR and Producertech to offer a comprehensive selection of free creative software for all Audient customers, available in the new ARC 'creative hub', which launches this week.
Obtainable by simply registering a product on the Audient website, with ARC new and existing customers are given access to a range of free software for recording, mixing, mastering and education.
As part of the package, Audient is offering two free Eventide plugins: UltraChannel and UltraReverb (worth £350). Between them, the plugins can provide EQ, compression, delay, gates, reverb and more. Also available are Steinberg’s Cubase LE and Cubasis LE2 (for iOS), which turn a Mac, PC or iPad into a compact Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), delivering audio recording, editing, MIDI sequencing and mixing tools for musicians, producers and songwriters.
In addition, mastering specialist LANDR has put forward eight free 16-bit WAVs and two free 24-bit WAV master credits at no cost to Audient users, while the two Producertech.com courses selected by Audient promise insight into compression and vocal production, as well as a £20 voucher to put towards further courses.
“The concept behind ARC is not only to add value for our customers, but also to provide high-end software products that producers or musicians of any ability can benefit from on a creative level,” said Audient marketing manager Andy Allen. “As soon as you have registered your product, you can access ARC and download any – or all – of these amazing offers.
“We have provided over £500 in creative software for our customers and all they have to do is register their product now and enjoy. If you’re already a user of a current Audient product – it doesn’t matter if you’ve got an iD4 or a Heritage console – grab your serial number and click through on the Audient website.”