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.”