Audient has announced two new offerings on the Creative Hub, ARC: Steinberg's Retrologue 2 and an upgrade to Cubase 10LE. Both are available free to users of registered Audient products. Here’s Audient’s press release with the full details…
Another welcome addition to Audient’s Creative Hub, ARC is Virtual Analog Synthesizer, Retrologue 2 from Steinberg, worth €99. Emulating the warmth and fatness of classic analogue synthesizers, the flexible and intuitive software synth gives users access to a wide array of sounds to spark creativity in musicians of all levels.
Three virtual analogue oscillators and a first-class set of filters produce a wealth of rich, inspiring sounds; its adaptable arpeggiator, powerful modulation system and FX rack help make Retrologue 2 the first choice for producers everywhere. Now Audient users get it free!
Alongside Steinberg’s Retrologue 2, Audient have also upgraded to Cubase 10 LE as part of the ARC offering. A compact DAW with all the basic tools for recording, editing and mixing everything from the initial musical idea to the final track, Cubase turns a Mac, PC or iPad into an easy-to-use music studio.
New elements in Cubase 10 LE include Media Rack effects, updated channel strips and Groove Agent SE5 with oodles of features to explore.
Whether you are a songwriter, guitarist, vocalist or electronic music producer, Audient users can have these powerful, yet easy-to-use software tools for audio recording at their fingertips absolutely free, simply by registering their Audient products.
Retrologue 2 and Cubase 10 LE join Produce Like A Pro, TwoNotes, Loopmasters, Waldorf Audio and LANDR on Audient’s Creative Hub ARC, a comprehensive range of software and offers from some of the industry’s leading innovators.
To make sure your reap the benefits, grab your serial number, click through to the website and register your current Audient product.
Pricing and Availability:
Available free to users of registered Audient products.
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