The advent of Focusrite's new, ultra-low latency interfaces offers new possibilities for recording and overdubbing, using multiple DAW plug-ins in real time rather than needing special cue mixes and outboard DSP.
Focusrite believes in freedom–the freedom to choose the plug-ins that get musicians, producers and engineers their signature sound, exactly the way they want it. To accomplish this, the company is working with innovative and prestigious plug-in companies to provide exclusive offers, tutorial content and more: the Focusrite Plug-In Collective.
Every month, Focusrite will offer exclusive deals from leading plug-in companies to registered customers–not just interface owners, but owners of any registered Focusrite product.
In September, Focusrite have teamed up with Eventide to offer a free 2016 Stereo Room reverb plug-in worth $199 (pictured above). The 2016 Stereo Room reverb plug-in was crafted to simulate a great sounding “room.” Delay lengths, reflections and other properties of the virtual room were carefully considered in the modeling. This combination of art and science results in a natural, yet distinctive sounding reverb. The intuitive controls allow musicians to fine tune the perfect space for their sound—whether it’s a dark hallway or a bright studio vocal room.
Originally found on the SP2016 rackmount, which has been used on hit records for decades, the 2016 Stereo Room plug-in features hand-crafted artist presets from Joe Chiccarelli, George Massenburg and Dave Pensado. Capable of both lush and subtle sounds, it’s also easy on the computer. Use multiple instances to bring out the character of different parts of a track—20 instances in one session.
A new offer for the company's customers is added every month, and registered customers receive an email with the latest offers as soon as they are available.
For full details, visit focusrite.com/plugin-collective.