Ah, summer! It’s the season for barbecues, open-air concerts, and drinking in the park. If you have better things to do right now than worry about studio gear, good for you! But between parties, you might want to take a look at these sweet plug-in deals. (After all, summer is also the time when distributors want to make sure that we keep buying stuff!) Right now, you can grab the D16 Repeater delay plug-in at 80% off. There are also some great deals on the Eventide H910 harmonizer, and the iZotope Music Essentials bundle.
Save 80% on D16 Repeater
The Repeater plug-in was developed by D16 and Slate Digital. It features no less than 23 types of delay with a vintage flavor, with independent controls and panning for the left and right channels. Repeater is one of those delays that can add something to any plug-in folder, even if you already own dozens of other delays. Normally, D16 Repeater costs US $99. Until July 7, they’re slashing the price to US $19, a whopping 80% off.
And there’s more: If you already own a D16 plug-in (the first one could be Repeater!), there are currently some very tempting crossgrade options. For US $149 (list price: US $345), you can get the Classic Boxes Collection with emulations of the legendary Roland TB-303, TR-909, TR-808, and TR-606. And US $179 (down from US $395) gets you the SilverLine Collection, which contains the D16 Tekturon, Antresol, Syntorus, Toraverb 2, Decimort 2, Redoptor 2, Fazortan 2, and Devastor 2 plug-ins.
Grab the D16 summer deals here (affiliate link)
Get the Eventide H910 Harmonizer at over 75% off
It’s no secret that Eventide’s plug-in versions of its own hardware classics are excellent. Unfortunately, they usually carry a rather hefty price tag. Now is your chance to get your hands on the H910 Harmonizer plug-in at over 75% off. Thomann currently lists it for only € 69 (£ 61.32 / US $65). The regular price is over €290. But hurry up, this deal expires tomorrow, June 23!
The Eventide H910 Harmonizer plug-in is the software cousin of the legendary hardware H910, the world’s first digital effects processor. Among other things, it does pitch shifting, modulation, and delay, but that’s only scratching the surface. The H910 was used on countless hit records over several decades, and is still highly sought-after. Why not grab the software version while it is affordable?
The Eventide H910 plug-in is on sale at Thomann (affiliate link)
iZotope’s Music Essentials bundle is on sale at 93% off
iZotope is celebrating “Make Music Day” until July 8 and has some really sweet deals going on. One of them is the Music Essentials Bundle. It contains the following plug-ins:
While the Elements versions are somewhat limited in functionality compared to the full versions, they still have a lot to offer and are a great way to check out the plug-ins. And when you consider that you can now get the whole bundle for US $49, instead of over 700 bucks for the individual plug-ins, this one sounds like a no-brainer.
Get the iZotope Music Essentials bundle deal here (affiliate link)