M-Audio and Plug & Mix have announced that they have undertaken a joint promotional offering called Pick and Mix where clients buying M-Audio hardware products are eligible to receive 5 Plug & Mix plug-ins of their choice, free of charge. Here's their full press release on the subject:
M-Audio, one of the most revered names in music computer interface and studio integration solutions, and Plug & Mix, manufacturers of high quality audio plug-ins, are today proud and excited to announce that they have joined forces to launch a promotional offering where new and existing users of the Keystation Series, Oxygen Series, CODE (Black) Series and M-Track C-Series controllers and interfaces, will be eligible for five FREE plug-ins of their choice from the extensive P&M V.I.P. Series Plug-in collection.
Upon registration of the M-Audio products listed above, users will be directed to the P&M website for them to choose five plugs-ins amongst the 50 (Fifty) included in the Plug & Mix V.I.P. Bundle. (The promotion will run from today through the 31st of August 2018). This will give users enough time to fully demo the products and make their selection without having to rush into it. In addition to this, there is a special offer for the M-Audio clients to have a very special price if they want to purchase the entire P&M V.I.P. bundle collection.
M-Audio is one of the most revered names in music computer interface and studio integration solutions, keyboard and controller products, and essential musical hardware from microphones to studio monitors. With the ‘Pick & Mix’ promotion, M-Audio has paired their unequaled studio hardware with an amazing collection of inspiring plugins, crafting a limited-time software bundle that fits the needs of a diverse range of musicians, producers, engineers and content creators.
P&M’s V.I.P Series Plugins have grown from a collection of fifteen plug-ins to fifty in response to users’ demand for high quality and efficiency. Featuring the professional sound users demand, the V.I.P Series Plugins have been developed with one aim in mind – ease-of-use.
Designed with an emphasis on quality and simplicity, each plug-in boasts a clean interface with only the most essential knobs and switches included. With the V.I.P. Series Plugins, dialing in a great sound has never been easier: simply load the plugin and turn just a few knobs for instant sonic satisfaction.
The Plug & Mix’s V.I.P Bundle supports all the latest platforms and formats, AAX Native, Audio Units and VST. P&M V.I.P bundle users have grown to appreciate the Free upgrade policy that has seen users feedback result in a collection of fifty highly usable plug-ins.
The M-Audio / P&M “Pick and Mix” promotion will run from today through the 31st of August 2018.
M-Audio was founded in 1988 under the name of Midiman. The company was originally engaged in designing software and hardware solutions designed to address the challenges of connecting MIDI, audio, and computers together in a system in order to facilitate the composition and production of electronically-based music. In 2000, MIDIman debuted under the name “M-Audio” for their latest line of audio products. They enjoyed consistent growth from both the MIDI interface and audio hardware categories. In 2002, the first of the famous Oxygen series keyboards hit the market, establishing the important new category of the portable keyboard controller.
About Plug & Mix
In response to users demand for high quality and efficiency, P&M have developed a series of plug-ins that will change the way people think about audio plug-ins. P&M have partnered with leading plug-in designers from around the world to create the acclaimed V.I.P. plug-in series. P&M products deliver the same professional sound you would come to expect from other major plug-in manufacturers, but they are much faster and easier to use. Designed with an emphasis on quality and simplicity, each plug-in has a clean interface with only the most essential knobs and switches to dial an amazing sound.
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