Soundwide named as parent brand of Native Instruments, iZotope, Plugin Alliance, Brainworx and Sound Stacks
Soundwide is also giving away Native Instruments’ Ethereal Earth, iZotope’s Neutron Elements and Plugin Alliance and Brainworx’s six plug-in Welcome Bundle for free
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It has been announced that Soundwide is now the new parent company of iZotope and Native Instruments, bringing two giants in music creation and audio technology together under one roof. Alongside several other brands including Plugin Alliance and Brainworx, Soundwide culminates one home for some of the top providers in the music production industry.
Soundwide also welcomes the newly formed Sound Stacks, which aims to drive the development of new audio platform technologies with the goal of improving productivity and performance for audio developers across the industry.
Along with this parent company comes a brand new Artist Board, which hosts the likes of Alicia Keys, recording and mix engineer Ann Mincieli, producer and rapper EL-P of Run the Jewels, musician, producer and composer Jacob Collier, composer Ludwig Göransson, producer and engineer Noah “40” Shebib, production duo Take A Daytrip, musician Tayla Parx, and finally, producer and engineer Young Guru.
Altogether, the new Artist Board has impressively amassed 29 Grammy wins collectively and over 10 billion streams from YouTube and Spotify.
And the best part is that in celebration, Soundwide will be giving away Native Instruments’ Ethereal Earth, iZotope’s Neutron Elements and Plugin Alliance and Brainworx’s six plug-in Welcome Bundle. These will all be available for free from April 12 through to April 26, 2022.
Soundwide CEO Mark Cattini has proudly spoken of the company’s aims, stating, “Going forward, we’re asking ourselves: ‘What do our community members need to tap into their ultimate creative workflow and how can we help get them there?.’ By first uncovering and understanding our community’s needs, we can map out our goals and move one step closer to the future of sound.”