Softube temporarily lowerеd the prices of several of its channel strip plug-ins by as much as 50% (and more). The deals include channel strips optimized for Softube’s Console 1 hardware controller, as well as mix and mastering plug-ins. The offers are good until February 28, 2021.
Softube deals on channel strip plug-ins
Most Softube plug-ins stand for high quality replicas of well-known hardware products. That quality comes at a price, which is why discount opportunities are very favorable. Moreover, channel strip plug-ins are always good value for money, as they contain several components for mixing and mastering in a single package.
The five deals include three emulations of well-known console channel strips that you can use with the Console 1 hardware controller. Additionally, there are the American Class A and the Summit Grand Channel channel strips.
Prices and links
You can get Softube American Class A here at Thomann.de (Affiliate) for EUR 119 instead of EUR 298.
Summit Audio Grand Channel is available here at Thomann.de (Affiliate) for EUR 129 instead of EUR 298.
You can get British Class A for Console 1 here at Thomann.de (affiliate) for EUR 95 instead of EUR 225.
You can get SSL XL 9000 K for Console 1 here at Thomann.de (Affiliate) at a price of EUR 189 instead of EUR 298.
Zener-Bender for Console 1 is available here at Thomann.de (Affiliate) for EUR 111 instead of EUR 225.
The offers are active until February 28, 2021. The plug-ins run under Mac OS 10.12 or later and Windows 7 or later in 64-bit VST, VST3, AU and AAX formats. A free iLok account (or paid USB dongle) and the installation of the Softube Central software are required for authorization. Presets and PDF user manuals are included with the downloads. You can find demo versions of the individual products on their respective product pages.
42tones SynthVR modular synthesis environment for VR headset wearing synthesizer enthusiasts is available now on Steam.
I was impressed by the early version we saw back in June. Modular is the perfect application for this sort of spatial technology. To build and then interact with huge modular rigs is a pretty exciting concept and SynthVR does it brilliantly.
Sure, there are regular software versions of Eurorack and modular synthesis but virtual reality gives it a physical edge that is so much more immersive. The interaction is slightly mad and I imagine it takes some practice to achieve anything like a fluid workflow but then VR is all about having time on your hands.
I appreciate the little touches like the extended labels so that you can better see what the controls are and what the sockets do.
At the moment there are over 30 modules to play with and no limit on how many you can wire together. It’s easy to share your creations and patches with other users and the internet.
To run it you’ll need a decent PC and either the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift or Valve Index and it’s 15% off the retail price of £19.49 until the 7th February. Now would Valve or Oculus like to send me one so I can do a review?
While we’re on the subject of VR music we’ve been following the development of AliveIn Tech and their Ableton Live controller and Tranzient sequencer. They’ve just released a free version for the Oculus Quest and added some patching ability.
Plugin Boutique offers a free copy of the Objeq Delay plugin by Applied Acoustics Systems (€117.80 value) with any purchase. The offer ends 28th February 2021. I think it’s safe to assume most who have used Objeq Delay will agree it involves a more musical process than the average delay plugin. So, straight away, it’s […]
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