Freebies From iZotope And Native Instruments

US Get Ozone Elements and HYBRID KEYS for free alog with vouchers for their online shops      19/05/21

Freebies From iZotope And Native Instruments


iZotope and Native Instruments are offering Ozone Elements and HYBRID KEYS for free, along with $25 off at both companies' online shops. Ozone Elements is the entry-level edition of iZotope's  mastering plug-in, Ozone 9. Native Instruments says that HYBRID KEYS blends a huge range of sounds to create unconventional keys that are great for melodic duties on everything from heavy-hitting drill to wonky electronic workouts.

A spokesperson told us, "In March 2021, iZotope and Native Instruments announced an unprecedented partnership, teaming up to form a new technology alliance. Both companies share a vision of crafting a seamless creative experience to help you shape the future of music and audio production. The two companies have joined forces to offer this free product giveaway in celebration of their new partnership and to kick off iZotope's annual Community Appreciation campaign."

This free product offer and the accompanying $25 e-vouchers will be available to all of iZotope and Native Instruments' audiences. Both Ozone Elements and HYBRID KEYS are an excellent entry point into each company's expansive product portfolios. E-vouchers are not valid for products already on special offer, and are valid through June 30, 2021.

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