Plugin Alliance and Brainworx join Native Instruments and iZotope in their new company called Soundwide and celebrate this with a Free Welcome Bundle.
The free pack contains Ampeg SVT-VR Classic, Black Box Analog Design HG-2, Brainworx bx_console Focusrite SC, Brainworx bx_masterdesk, Brainworx bx_oberhausen, Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor, NI Ethereal Earth, and Neutron Elements. All plugins are worth over $1,700 at full price.
What is Soundwide? Last year, Native Instruments joined forces with iZotope, with the aim of making music creation easier and more accessible for creators at every stage of their journey. One year later, they’re introducing you to three new members: Plugin Alliance, Brainworx, and the brand-new Sound Stacks.
The event is celebrated with a free plugin bundle:
We’re incredibly excited by all of this and hope you are too. So to kick things off with a bang, we’ve got a great selection of tools from across the Soundwide portfolio that you can download for free, right away. In total, there are eight free plug-ins here, worth over $1,700 at full price. Don’t snooze though – these are only available until April 26th.
Ethereal Earth is a hugely popular entry in our Play Series for KONTAKT and the free KONTAKT Player (make sure to download that first if you need it). It’s packed full of sitars, gongs and synthesizers that you can twist into cinematic pads and textures via a row of intuitive macro controls.
Neutron Elements is the perfect introduction to iZotope’s suite of AI-enhanced mixing tools, covering EQ, transient control, excitation, and compression. And with Track Assistant, it can listen to your audio to recommend an optimal starting point for each track.
Plugin Alliance and Brainworx have raised the bar with six full versions of some of their most popular plug-ins in one convenient package. You get Black Box Analog Design HG-2, Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor, Ampeg SVT-VR Classic, bx_masterdesk, bx_oberhausen, and bx_console Focusrite SC.
Free Welcome Bundle is available until April 26th, 2022.
More information: Native Instruments