Waves & Reason Studios collaboration (FREE Berzerk Distortion)
Waves and Reason Studios have collaborated on a few campaigns. Waves are giving away three months of Reason + for the price of one (Reason + is a music composition service for professional producers, artists, and sound designers).
Find new sounds to inspire your musical ideas, and then personalize them with over 75 instruments and effects. You must use the waves3moffer coupon during the checkout process HERE to receive this offer; this discount will be accessible until November 12, 2021. Recently, Reason Studio has made the plugin ‘Berzerk Distortion’ available for FREE to anyone who signs up for your email.
Berzerk by Waves
Berzerk is an excellent plugin for creative, insane, and wild distortion: it comes with ten completely unique distortion shapes, advanced feedback, tone, dynamics, sidechaining, and M/S settings for diverse experimentation, as well as the ‘Go Berzerk!’ command. To get crazy random and unexpected distortion, press the button.
Berzerk’s ten distinct types of distortion each have their own personality. Some give grit, dirt, and character to the music; others will blow your mind. If that isn’t enough, use the ‘Go Berzerk!’ button to generate random waveform variations, allowing you to modify the sound. To modify the amplitude of the waveform, simply turn the Density knob; It could be loud so be careful.
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Download 'Berzerk Distortion'
You must go to the official Reason Studio website to receive a FREE license for the Berzerk Distortion by Waves plugin; they are giving this promotion HERE. You will be prompted to submit an email address, following which you will receive an email verification and instructions on how to create a Reason Studios user account. You will only need to log in to the website if you already have a user account. It’s important to keep in mind that this is a limited-time offer.
The Berzerk Distortion plugin is available in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX formats for DAWs running on Windows, and VST, VST3, AU, and AAX formats for DAWs running on Mac. It’s only 64 bits.