AmpliTube Nu-Tron III Giveaway

Mutron III envelope follower emulation is free to all new and existing AmpliTube 5 users      04/08/22

IK Multimedia tells us that they are giving away AmpliTube Nu-Tron III to all new and existing AmpliTube 5 users (including the free Custom Shop version) through August 31, 2022. Here's the details direct from the company...

Nu-Tron III is based on Musitronics Mu-Tron® III Automatic Wah from 1972. It became famous through its use with keyboards. Filters allowed for low-pass, bandpass, and high-pass filter response, which can be triggered from low to high frequency or vice versa. It's a great way to expand your sound palette in AmpliTube.

Instructions for redeeming your FREE Nu-Tron III effects pedal:

  • Log in/register an IK account and head to your User Area
  • Use the pop-up message to Redeem your promotional item and sign up for the Newsletter, if you're not already subscribed
  • Download and open the IK Product Manager.
  • Select Manage My Products then using the Software tab, click the Install and Authorize button to the right of AmpliTube 5
  • If you're already authorized, hover over the Authorize button and click Re-Authorize

     
 


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