Focusrite offers free Eventide plug-in and 50% discount

The offer runs from July 5 to September 6.
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Focusrite has announced a new offer for its Plug-in Collective community from 5 July to 6 September. 

The availability of free Eventide plug-in EQuivocate (normally costs $99) coincides with a 50% discount off Eventide’s Elevate Mastering Bundle. Registered Focusrite hardware customers can access the free plug-in and discount from their Focusrite accounts.

Suitable for mixing and mastering, EQuivocate's auditory filters and match EQ functionality are designed to make it powerful, simple to use, and natural sounding. EQuivocate uses filters which are modelled on the human ear. Each of the 26 critical bands tickles a different part of your inner ear, making any combination of settings sound as natural as possible. 

Elevate Mastering includes Elevate, EQuivocate, the Punctuate adaptive transient enhancer and the Saturate spectral clipper. The Elevate multi-band limiter, human-ear EQ and powerful audio maximiser will increase the loudness of your mix while maintaining or improving its dynamic perception. It uses intelligent, adaptive technology that responds in real time to your music.

The Plug-in Collective is the community between users, Focusrite and innovative software brands, allowing users to download free software and benefit from generous discounts.


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