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Focusrite offers free D16 effect and 50% discount

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Focusrite has unveiled a new offer for its Plug-in Collective community from 3 May to 5 July. The availability of free D16 effect Sigmund (normally costs €69) coincides with a 50% discount off D16’s current product palette. Registered Focusrite hardware customers can access the free effect and discount from their Focusrite accounts.Sigmund is a multi-tap delay type effect with four identical and independent delay lines, which can be connected together in a few different manners (work in a few different configurations). With Sigmund, each of the delay lines has a complementary Multi-mode Filter, Overdrive Module and Amplitude Modulator built in, independent from the feedback loop.Sigmund has two general-purpose modulators which can be used to auto-modulate some of the delay lines' internal parameters. A modulator can operate in LFO, Envelope and Peak Follower modes. Despite the facts presented in this brief description, you get much, much more, all adding up to an immensely powerful architecture, the potential of which can be explored nearly endlessly and often with hardly predictable outcomes.Plug-in Collective is the community between you, Focusrite and the most innovative software brands. Keeping up to date with the tidal wave of releases is vital if you want to find great plug-ins – and Plug-in Collective will do it for you, enabling you to download free software and benefit from generous discounts.All you have to do is register Focusrite gear, and one offer will be featured in your Focusrite account every couple of months. Nobody else works with software manufacturers like Focusrite, giving customers new inspirational tools for their next production.

D16 programmer and co-founder Przemek Gocyła said: “All we want is to deliver the finest instruments and effects, to help music makers take the sound quality and creativity to the next level. Our mission statement is ‘beyond perfection’, because we always focus on what can be improved.”

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