Resound plan change FAQs

Updates to Resounds free plan and more (February 2024)

Updated over a week ago

Resound is changing three things about its plans and pricing in February and March of 2024.

In this post we'll cover:

  • What's changing

  • Frequently asked questions

Let's dive in.

What's changing?

  1. The free plan is changing on February 1

  2. A new 14-day FREE trial is being built

  3. A new way to buy AI processing time is coming soon

Let’s go over the details of each change briefly.

1. The free plan is changing on February 1

The updated plan will include:
✅ 20 mins AI processing per month
✅ Filler sound detection, silence detection, trim audio
✅ 1 track per project
✅ 1 day project storage
✅ MP3 exports
❌ WAV, AAF, MP4 exports
❌ Enhance

2. A new 14-day FREE trial is being built

New users will be able to try all of our features, plus 10 hours of AI processing time for 14 days! This will be available soon on our Pricing page.

3. New way to buy AI processing time (coming soon)

Soon you'll be able to buy AI processing time without subscribing to a plan. Watch for another email soon with more details.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are you making these changes?

We’re making these changes to make Resound more sustainable for the long-term, to open up new ways for podcasters to try Resound for free, and to add a way for you to pay for AI time (without paying month-to-month).

When are changes happening?

  1. The free plan changes will roll out in two phases:
    - Feb 1: Processing time and project storage will be reduced
    - Late Q1: Enhance and export format options will be reduced

  2. The 14-day free trial will roll out between now and Feb 15th

  3. The new way to buy processing time will roll out later this quarter
    (we will email you in advance)

What do I need to do?

  • If you’re on a paid plan, no action is required.

  • If you’re on a free plan, upgrade for more time, tracks, and storage. When your free plan renews you’ll be limited to 20 mins of processing.

I already have a free account. Can I try the new 14-day free trial?

Unfortunately, no. Only new users can access the 14-day free trial right now. We may explore offering this to you as an existing free user later, but not at this time.

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