Get free plugins from dream team iZotope and Native Instruments

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Discount vouchers and two free plugins up for grabs as Native Instruments and iZotope celebrate their new partnership.

Back in March Native Instruments and iZotope announced they were joining forces, merging into a new music technology group. Now the two audio companies are offering free plugins and discounts in celebration of the partnership.

Interested? iZotope is giving away a free version of Ozone, its mastering software, whilst Native Instruments is offering Hybrid Keys, a Kontakt instrument.


Free plugin Ozone Elements features:

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  • Master Assistant – AI-powered mastering helping you to find a start point
  • Equalizer – Find problem spots in the mix
  • Imager – Stereo image adjustment
  • Ozone Maximizer – Add loudness
  • Native Instruments NKS Support – access the effects in your Native Instruments workflow

Hybrid Keys features include:

Image Credit: Native Instruments
  • A range of sounds – Mallets, pianos, plucks, synths and more
  • Collection of presets and macros from top sound designers
  • In-depth editing and customisation

And aren’t you lucky, because the companies are also offering a discount voucher when you download your free plugins. The voucher code gives you $25 off, to use at both the iZotope and Native Instrument online stores.

Get in there quick, because the free plugins and vouchers are only available until the end of May 2021.

Find out more and get your free plugins here.

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