Native Instruments And iZotope Giveaway

US 25% off NI Software and free gifts for the holiday season      17/12/21

Native Instruments And iZotope Giveaway


Native Instruments has begun celebrating the holiday season together with iZotope, giving away free software products from both brands, alongside a 25% e-voucher for the NI online shop.

As part of the Holiday Gift giveaway, iZotope's Trash 2 is free to download for a limited time. The popular distortion plug-in offers flexibility in shaping tone, transforming sounds, or warping them beyond all recognition.

Until January 4, 2022, Native Instruments is extending the availability of Play Series: TWENTY FIVE, a free, limited-edition software instrument paying tribute to the last 25 years of NI and 37 vintage instruments released during this time.

To toast the holidays and their recent 25th anniversary, Native Instruments is also offering an e-voucher. Customers can save 25% on any NI software product by using the code HOLIDAYGIFT2021 at the NI online shop checkout.

Since announcing their alliance in March, Native Instruments and iZotope have continued to strengthen their relationship. Together, the two companies have over 45 years of experience building products, which consistently inspires their shared mission to streamline the music and audio production experience for creators everywhere.

Pricing and Availability:

The Holiday Gift offer starts today, December 16, 2021, and is valid until January 4, 2022.

Free gift products are available to download from the Native Instruments and iZotope online stores; no purchase necessary.

The 25% e-voucher is valid for all Native Instruments software products in the NI Online Shop, excluding hardware, updates, upgrades, crossgrades, educational versions, and products already on special offer.

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