iZotope And DigiFreq Announce Giveaway Contest

Spectron, Trash and pHATmatik up for grabs      06/07/06

iZotope And DigiFreq Announce Giveaway Contest
pHATmatik PRO Screen

iZotope and DigiFreq have announced that together they are sponsoring the Spectron, Trash and pHATmatik giveaway contest.
Three lucky winners will each win one of the following prizes:
  • First Prize includes a free copy of each of the following products: Spectron, Trash and pHATmatik PRO.
  • Second Prize includes a free copy of each of the following products: Spectron and pHATmatik PRO.
  • Third Prize includes a free copy of pHATmatik PRO.
Here’s what iZotope and DigiFreq have to say about the prizes in their own words…
Spectron is the next generation of spectral effect plug-ins allowing unmatched control over audio by frequency. For effects that are subtle or out of this world, Spectron is the one-stop spectral toolbox.
Trash is the ultimate tool for selectively adding distortion to your tracks. You’ll find just as much use for the subtler tone enhancements to your other tracks - tape saturation for vocals, overdrive for keyboards or a pinch of fuzz on a lead guitar, for example.
pHATmatik PRO is a unique audio loop instrument. It allows you to break an audio file into rhythmic slices and manipulate them individually by applying filter, pitch and volume modulation. Additionally, each slice is automatically mapped to a separate note on your MIDI keyboard to be played as you will.
For a chance to win, sign-up at the DigiFreq web site:


iZotope Music Production Bundle Upgrade - Mixing, Mastering, Vocal Production Plug-Ins Suite (Download)
$299.00


iZotope RX 5 Standard Upgrade - Audio Restoration Software (Download)
$199.00


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