Audient introduce ARC, Audient’s creative hub that gives you £500 worth of free plugins and software!


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Audient have just launched their new Creative Hub, ARC. For this they have teamed up with some of the industry’s leading creators to offer Audient users a whole range of awards for choosing one of their renowned audio interfaces.

Whether you’re looking at one of Audient’s first-class preamps, ASP800 or Audient ASP880, or their popular compact audio-interface range, the ID4, ID14, ID22, you can register your product on the Audient website and gain access to a handy selection of free creative software designed to provide a solution for recording, mixing, mastering and even education.


What’s included in Arc

Free software: You’ll get Steinberg’s Cubase LE and Cubasis LE2 (for iOS), which turn a Mac, PC or iPad into a compact DAW, offering audio recording, editing, MIDI sequencing and mixing tools for musicians, producers and songwriters.

Free plugins: From Eventide you can get UltraChannel and UltraReverb (worth £350) Between them, these plugins can provide EQ, compression, delay, gates, reverb and more.

Free mastering: Mastering innovators LANDR are offering 8 free 16-bit WAVs and 2 free 24-bit WAV master credits at no cost to Audient users.

Free courses: Producertech will give you a chance to take two video courses, a complete guide to compression as well as a comprehensive guide to vocal recording and mixing.

All of this added together gives you over £500 in creative software, for an interface that potentially cost you only £119, if you’ve decided to go for the ID4.

If you’d like some help choosing the right audio interface for you, our team are always happy to help, just get in touch.

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