Focusrite’s Plug-In Collective brings monthly plug-in deals to registered and new customers.
The advent of Focusrite’s new, ultra-low latency interfaces opens up a world of new possibilities for recording and overdubbing, using multiple DAW plug-ins in real time rather than needing special cue mixes and outboard DSP.
There’s no shortage of great plug-ins today, with new and exciting instruments and effects coming out all the time – but which to choose?
At Focusrite, we believe in freedom – the freedom to choose the plug-ins that get musicians, producers and engineers their signature sound, exactly the way they want it. To help in the quest, Focusrite is working with some of the most innovative and prestigious plug-in companies around to provide exclusive offers, tutorial content and more.
Since this summer, we’ve worked with some of the finest software companies to bring customers fantastic, exclusive plug-in offers every month. But for those who have only just joined the Focusrite family, December's offer is an “in case you missed it” where we will be reactivating all offers from August onward's.
Customers will have free access to full versions of:
Positive Grid BIAS FX LE guitar effects processor, exclusive for Focusrite customers, Eventide 2016 Stereo Room Plug-in worth $199.00, Sound Radix SurferEQ 2 Boogie plug-in, developed exclusively for Focusrite customers, iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay Plug-in worth $49.00
Focusrite Scarlett Studio: a complete home studio kit with all the gear required to record pro-quality tracks, including a fully-featured music software suite. All you need is a Mac or PC.
Built around the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB 2.0 audio interface, Scarlett Studio also includes the studio-grade CM25 large-diaphragm condenser microphone, an XLR cable, and a pair of HP60 monitoring headphones, all finished in stunning red regalia, along with Cubase LE 6 recording and mixing software. The suite of recording, editing and processing software allows you to start making music straight out of the box.
The Scarlett 2i2's dual inputs are perfect for singer/songwriters and electronic music makers alike. The Scarlett Studio CM25 condenser microphone can be used to get a great vocal or acoustic guitar take, while electric and electro-acoustic guitars, keyboards or other line-level instruments can be simultaneously recorded with the exceptional sound quality afforded by the award-winning Focusrite mic preamps. Scarlett 2i2 has TRS monitor outputs and a front-panel headphone output, each with dedicated level controls, and the zero-latency Direct Monitor mode makes tracking a breeze.
Focusrite has teamed up with Steinberg to include Cubase LE 6 music production software. Record up to 16 tracks of audio and 24 tracks of MIDI, and run VST audio instruments and effects, such as the compressor, reverb, gate and EQ processors included in the Focusrite Scarlett plug-in bundle. Novation's Bass Station soft synth is also included, as well as over 1GB of royalty-free samples from Loopmasters.
Features • Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 audio interface with Focusrite preamps
• High-quality CM25 large-diaphragm condenser microphone
• Scarlett Studio HP60 studio headphones
• Cubase LE 6 recording and production software
• Focusrite Scarlett Plug-in Suite
• Includes Novation’s Bass Station software synth
• 1GB of royalty-free samples from Loopmasters
• Up to 24 bit, 96KHz audio quality, better than CD audio quality
• All cables included (XLR, USB)
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 30 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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