Deal: Save 25% on all FabFilter bundles and plug-ins!
The Black Friday party continues at FabFilter, where you can save big on all of the company’s renowned plug-ins and bundles. At 25% off, that’s a great opportunity to add these essential mixing and mastering tools to your collection!
25% off all FabFilter plug-ins and bundles
FabFilter joins in the Black Friday festivities with a generous discount on all of its plug-ins and bundles. Until Monday, November 29, everything is on sale at 25% off. If you’re missing a couple of FabFilter plug-ins in your collection, or want to step up your mixing game by investing in one of their excellent bundles, now is a perfect time.
The offer includes the developer’s various plug-in bundles for different tasks, like the Mixing Bundle, Mastering Bundle and Creative Bundle. Needless to say, the comprehensive Total Bundle is also on sale, as are the smaller Pro and Essentials Bundles. The bundles are the best deals hands down, as they’re already heavily discounted compared to the prices of the individual plug-ins. Add to that the 25% Black Friday discount, and you’ve got an offer that’s hard to resist.
But the individual plug-ins are also on sale, which is great if you’re looking to expand your collection with essentials like Pro-Q 3, Timeless 3, Pro-R or Saturn 2. The recently released Volcano 3, which just came out a week ago, is also 25% off.
FabFilter Black Friday deals
All FabFilter bundles and plug-ins are on sale at Thomann* at 25% off. This offer is good through Monday, November 29, 2021.
The plug-ins run on macOS 10.12 or higher (64 bit, Apple Silicon supported) and Windows Vista or higher (32/64 bit) in VST, VST3, AU, AAX Native and AudioSuite formats.
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Saturn is a fantastic plugin. Up to 6 bands (with 3EQs on each of the 6), compression and expansion on each band, it’s my favourite mastering/EQ/saturator plugin. Fabfilter’s Limiter, the original one, I prefer the sound of to the later one. It’s simple, it sounds great, but you need to use your eyes to get a good judgement on the LUFS level (not quite so much on the newer one, it’s a bit more sophisticated). Definitely get those 2, they’re both great.
While we’re on the topic of mastering, if you’re running hardware through a mixer you’re gonna get some hiss/noise. The best thing I’ve found to clear even a really noisy track is RX7. But you need to first use the frequency selection tool that picks the frequencies that the denoise acts upon. Once you get the hang of it, it’ll clean those recording you were going to throw away in 5 minutes, without affecting the original sound.
Oh and lastly, for mastering, a very under-rated plugin, Waves Drawmer. This is a sound processor, multi-mode, punch, pan etc. The widening algorithm has a dramatic effect. If you imagine the old Beatles early stereo recordings, from 4 track and panned fully left or right, the widening feature has that kind of effect. It works dramatically on sounds panned 20+ degrees of centre, but hardly at all on the centre sound, giving a very spacey effect. It’s a really good plugin for adding stereo drama to a recording that’s a bit narrow. Bargain.