VCV Rack 2 Pro and Free versions available now!

VCV Rack 2After a huge amount of development, the long-awaited version 2 of VCV Rack has just been released in a Free standalone version and a Pro VST plugin version.

VCV Rack 2

There are a lot of new features but the most important one is that it can now run as a VST plugin if you buy the Pro version – that’s the upgrade everyone has been waiting for. There’s a new Dark Room mode to make the interface less bright and the whole interface has had some work done. The browser is better and the ability to move modules and groups of modules is much smoother. The real-time audio engine has been optimized in every way imaginable.


As a VST plugin you can now save patches within your DAW, integrate it easily with other projects and other instruments and use it as both an effects processor and a virtual instrument. You get up to 16 audio inputs and outputs and 16 MIDI channels. There’s parameter automation with control over up to 1024 knobs if can you imagine that?

Rack 2 Free Standalone

There will always be a free and open-source version of VCV Rack. While it benefits from all the enhancements of version 2 it will continue to be standalone only just like it always has been. I think that’s terrific and a wonderful resource for anyone wanting to get into modular or discover the world of synthesis.

The Free version is available for macOS, Windows and Linux and can run on Apple ARM via Rosetta 2.

Rack 2 Pro

For professional support and VST2 compatibility alongside the standalone version then you need to come up with some cash. It’s $99 up until the end of the year and then $149 after that. You can buy it in a bundle with VCV Drums and VCV Sound Stage for $139.

I think that’s terrific value considering the immensity of the project, the usefulness of VCV Rack and what it’s brought to the community.

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Waves Audio Retro Fi: conjure analog lo-fi sounds from your DAW

Waves Retro FiWith the surprise release of the new Retro Fi, Waves builds on the functionality introduced with Lofi Space, its Black Friday freebie. We got the appetiser first, now we get the full effects plug-in for creatively downgrading audio with analog charms.

Waves Audio Retro Fi

Retro and LoFi aesthetics seem so hip! So many plug-ins in this direction have appeared this year that we are utterly spoiled for choice. If you want to give your beats, songs or individual tracks the nostalgic stamp, this is how Waves envisioned the right tool for the job.

Retro Fi has several individual effects working together in a chain to create the desired vibe. First in line is the Device, which is about coloration. It uses impulse responses from what is (presumably) real hardware to send the audio material on a trip back between 1950 to 1980. Next is the Squasher, which is a compressor capable of both upward and downward compression. It feeds into Space, which combines the echo and reverb you may know from the Lofi Space freebie. You can switch between spring and plate reverb here. The delay is also saturated and runs either freely or synchronized to the project tempo.

Finally, Noise offers a selection of 60 different textures, including staples like tape hiss and vinyl crackling. Note that the plug-in doesn’t treat these sounds like static loops, as there is a generative component at play. You can also ‘place’ these textures before or behind the Space section and edit them with ducker or gate effects.

Retro Fi also covers mechanical tape effects in the Mechanics module. It has a pair of modulation engines providing tape wow and flutter at the chosen rate. You’ll probably love it when the effect gets to drag a bit! Finally, the Master section has a high and low-pass filter.

Retro Fi: Price and availability

Retro Fi is on an introductory sale for USD 29, down from the regular price of USD 199. With Waves, there’s always a sale or discount around the corner, so I’ll be genuinely surprised if the plug-in ever reaches its ‘regular’ price.

Retro Fi works under macOS 10.14.6 or later (including M1 support) and Windows 10 or later in 64-bit VST, VST3, AAX, and AU formats. A demo version and a PDF manual can be downloaded from the website. The effect ships with a collection of 250 presets.

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Great cinematic and game sound libraries you need to know (royalty-free)

Sound libraries for movies and game soundHere, we’ll be having a look at some new or underrated cinematic and game sound libraries to aid your artistic pursuits. With the tremendous amount of quality content out there, we’re just scratching the surface here. But we also get to holler at some incredibly talented and hard-working people heeding their call by manufacturing sound! No one reads intros anyway, so without futher ado…

Flame Sound

Flame Sound

Flame Sound is a brand new venture by Tomislav Zlatic of Bedroom Producer Blog & 99 Sounds fame. I’ve openly admired Tomislav and his impeccable work from my early days in audio. I also listened to some of the content in the Inferno SFX Free sound pack and that’s proof enough about Flame Sound being a killer project that’s going ways.

The initial content is available in three editions – Inferno SFX Free, Standard, and Deluxe. If you like what you’re hearing from the Free edition, you should probably shoot straight for the Deluxe edition – until December 31 2021, it’s USD 99 for 425+ original sounds (in 24/48 WAV format) and free lifetime content updates.

Moreover, each sound has four variations – Original, Space (brighter, reverb-y), Dark (darker, reverb-y), and Grit (edgy). The entire library is royalty-free as well, and includes content from the following categories: accents, booms, braams, emotions, downshifters, impacts, tension builders, textures, and transitions.

More about Flame Sound

Flame Sound Video



I’ve been singing my Glitchmachines praises ever since the Ivo Ivanov-led extreme sound design haven blew my little mind in 2015 or whatever. If you are new to Glitchmachines exploits but find beauty in the sounds of dying computer noises, you are in for the ride of your life! Both the plug-ins and sounds are something else, so grab ahold of the gracious freebies (2 plug-ins, 4 packs) and take them for a spin.

Staying true to its name, Glitchmachines doesn’t mess around with vanilla sounds – it’s the alien, synthetic, metallic, electromagnetic, and sinister allegories that apply. It helps that the prices are fairly modest, too. And if you want to roll your own sounds in the same aesthetic, the right way to start is by getting the plug-ins that helped generate them. Personal favorites: Polygon (the most mangled virtual sampler ever), Subvert (distortion tearing the fabric between dimensions), and Quadrant (modular FX fun for IDM crazies). Glitchmachines has been doing regular sales for a while, so scout Plugin Boutique (affiliate link) for offers.

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Thomas Rex Beverly

Thomas Rex Beverly

Thomas Beverly is in tune with nature and he’s got the raddest sound libraries out there to prove it. None of mother Earth’s lands seems to be out of his reach. The sound packs cover forests, lakes, deserts and their inhabitants.

Thomas is dead serious about his work and there’s unique stuff to be found among his offerings. One of the standout libraries (for me, anyway) contains the screeches and noises emanating from three species of 17-year old cicadas! Also, the prices are surprisingly sane for what surely takes utmost work and dedication. I guess that’s the kind of stuff you get to accomplish when you stay true to your calling.

Arguably, the one more interesting aspect than the sounds is Thomas’ personality. Dive into Thomas’s books on field recording, his blog, and his YouTube channel for a downright schooling on recording, travel, and other worthwhile things in life.

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Alex Knickerbocker

Alex Knickerbocker

Alex has been around the block in all sorts of audio roles – recording, performing, production and the like – at award-winning film & TV level. His YouTube channel and podcast are a blessing for content creators, and the audio he sells is top-notch. It’s a little slice of big-budget film sound recording that producers of all ‘ranks’ can enjoy. Highlights from the sound packs include recordings of the LCAC1 hovercraft (how often do you get to be near one?), the Falcon 9 rocket launch, elephants happily stomping about, the venerable V22 Osprey, a bunch of super menacing military helis (CH53, AH1Z, etc), and tons more to appreciate. I can probably make something resembling an old-school industrial record out of the furniture destruction sound pack alone! That’s the kind of work I support and enjoy.

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Tonsturm brings teutonic sound design to the unsuspecting masses. Given the sheer scope and size of the sounds, it’s easy to pidgeonhole Tonsturm into the seat-rattling big action movie blasts segment of sound packs. But there’s a bit more than meets the eye with these guys, I reckon. They love their edgy sounds and have no shame about it, just the way it should be. Yet, between the strains of broken glass and metal, the fire and the gasoline, the fistfights and machinery, the glitched equipment, and those creature sounds (yikes!), there are also the delicate sounds of the elements (wind, water, air, fire) as well as location recordings from Istanbul and Morocco. Tonsturm also has a bunch of rad sound design plug-ins to offer, such as FRQ Shift, the Traveler doppler effect designer, the Windmaschine wind design instrument, and the SPCTRL EQ filter. That’s just impressive output, no matter how you put it!

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Rabbit Ears Audio Libraries

Rabbit Ears Audio

The people behind Rabbit Ears Audio spent over a decade evolving a tiny field recording blog into an artisan sound library. Let’s get the most important out of the way – if you expected rabbits, you’re getting rabbits. But there are also rockets, typewriters, jet turbines, antique engines, steam whistles, NYC / LA soundscapes, and other stuff you don’t get to hear every day (unless you are a rocket scientist). All of that is available in either 24 Bit 96 kHz or 24 Bit 192 kHz resolution so you’ll be hearing the tiniest detail!

Find out more about Rabbit Ears Audio



BONSON (or “Good Sound” ) is the sound library project of Michel Marchant, a game and media audio fiend for over 20 years. Michael has a comparatively small, but neat collection of products that includes character foley movements (and the sounds of military gear worn in combat), creature footsteps, winged animals (from tiny insects to menacing dragons), water sound effects, and a bunch of free content. From the looks of it, Michael doesn’t keep BONSON a regular thing, but the quality makes up for the quantity in every way.

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Here’s hoping that you’re getting some quality new sounds from the aforementioned sources! If you have the time, why don’t you key us in on some other boutique sound libraries that more people should know about? Drop a line in the comments section below!

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Best free plug-ins this week: Magic Dice, Mad Filter and 2RuleSynth

Best free plug-ins this weekThis week’s collection of the best free plug-ins is all about randomization. Baby Audio serves up a never-ending palette of delay and reverb textures by rolling the “Magic Dice”. Rast Sound’s new filter plug-in also likes to go mad. And 2RuleSynth is a dual-oscillator synth with lots of modulation.

You’ll find many more free plug-ins in our archives!

Baby Audio Magic Dice

Baby Audio Magic DiceHere’s a great freebie from Baby Audio that you won’t want to miss. Magic Dice is based on the same algorithms as the company’s fantastic delay and reverb plug-in Spaced Out. Baby Audio says that Magic Dice offers anything from lush echoes and reverbs to alien-sounding modulation effects. Simply roll the dice to generate random textures on demand and adjust the mix slider. They say that you’ll never hear the same result twice. Sounds like a great way to get creative!

Magic Dice is available for macOS and Windows in VST, VST3, AU and AAX formats (64 bit).

Get Magic Dice here

Rast Sound Mad Filter

Rast Sound Mad FilterMad Filter by Rast Sound also has plenty of randomization going on. The filter plug-in can transition seamlessly between low pass, band pass, high pass and notch characteristics. It also features a drive circuit for added warmth, richness and analog feel. The small circles next to every knob introduce “natural, complex LFO movements”, Rast Sound says. And if you feel adventurous, there’s a “Go Mad” button with two intensities for all sorts of crazy modulation and movement.

Mad Filter is available for macOS and Windows in AU and VST3 formats (64 bit).

Get Mad Filter here

2Rule 2RuleSynth

2Rule 2RuleSynthThis new software synth by 2Rule features two oscillators with five waveforms, FM and ring modulation. Each oscillator has its own amp, filter and envelopes. 2RuleSynth also offers three syncable LFOs and chorus, delay, reverb and waveshape distortion effects. The real fun begins when you hit the randomize button to generate new settings. You can exclude selected parameters from randomization, which helps to achieve more refined results.

2RuleSynth is available for macOS and Windows in VST3 and AU formats (64 bit).

Get 2RuleSynth here


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Slate Digital MO-TT: the Ableton OTT preset as a full-fledged plug-in

Slate Digital MO-TT featuredSlate Digital has been moving in a different direction this year, which makes sense to me. As one of the OG circuit modeling powerhouses in modern production, Slate has had near-perfect analog emulations for quite a while. Meanwhile, the competition has grown vast and generally robust. That said, the market for analog emulations has reached a level of maturity and saturation to the point where keeping on rolling without things getting a bit stale is a challenge all of its own. Look at dear Acustica Audio – they’ve turned audio archeologists, dusting off vividly obscure vintage gear for digital restoration. It’s intriguing on the outside, but running that kind of operation alongside software development must be taxing on all levels.

Slate, though, is onto a more straightforward path. It’s been wooing the lucrative pop, hip-hop and EDM producer segment with just the right stuff – plug-ins like Murda Melodies and metaTune that are made of flashy visuals and punchy sounds. Understandably, that’s exactly what younger producers with money to spend crave. Most could care less about another go at the venerable 1176 or the Pultec EQ. Thus, Slate setting their sights on the famous OTT preset from Ableton Live’s stock multi-band compressor is a solid decision. If there’s some new blood in the house of Slate switching things up , it certainly shows!

Slate Digital MO-TT

Being an unapologetic snob, I’m generally disinterested in mainstream dance and rap music, so the whole OTT craze really went past my head. Luckily, EDM Prod is admirably on-point with its article on it – just head there if you need a full recap (and feel like learning something along the way). The gist of it is that OTT is instant ‘bright, bold, and punchy’ gratification for the characteristic sounds of modern EDM, hip-hop, and pop. It also goes nice with rock drums, as punchy compression tends to do in general. But OTT only lives in Ableton and there isn’t much wiggle room to dial it in. Still, there is a diamond in there to dig for, and it seems Steve Duda (of XFER Serum fame) caught onto it earlier than most (he likes to do that). The outcome is the free Xfer OTT plug-in. Tell you what, if Mr. Duda’s been on it, then spinning OTT into a standalone plug-in is clearly worthwhile!

While the XFER OTT plug-in is more of an interpretation to be given away for free, Slate went the whole nine yards. It studied OTT like it does analog circuits and developed the findings into a beast of its own. MO-TT is the sound of OTT with upgrades like Quick modes (OTT / Hip-hop / Vocals), transient timing styles (Classic / Smooth / Smack), Global Macros, HP and LP filters, and the all-important ability to dial in the effect per frequency band (the original OTT is global). These are all no-nonsense ideas with a practical purpose, and the execution is typical, polished-up Slate. I reckon MO-TT will be well-loved at launch, and beyond!

Slate Digital MO-TT GUI
Slate Digital MO-TT

Price and availability

Slate MO-TT is available now for USD 149 (perpetual license, iLok USB dongle required). You can also have it from the Slate All Access subscription bundles, starting at USD 10 a month (for the first 6 months). Note that the subscription is free from the USB dongle curse.

I have a hard time with subscriptions to be honest, but I always found the Slate one of immense value. The choice is there, so get whatever floats your boat! Trials are available for both MO-TT and the subscriptions if you want a test drive, too.

Slate plug-ins work under macOS 10.12 (or later) and Windows (8 or 10) in 64-bit AU, VST2, VST3, and AAX formats.

More about Slate Digital MO-TT

MO-TT Videos

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Get the Waves Lofi Space reverb plug-in for FREE – only today!

Waves Lofi SpaceWaves has released the Lofi Space reverb plug-in as its 2021 Black Friday freebie. Lofi Space serves up lo-fi reverbs and delays for vintage, analog-sounding rooms and echoes. And you can get it for FREE today – if you can get through to their website.

Free plug-in for Black Friday: Waves Lofi Space

Waves’ annual free offer for Black Friday is a beloved tradition, and this year’s plug-in is no exception. Lofi Space is a lo-fi-style reverb and delay plug-in that bathes your tracks in saturated echoes and analog-sounding reverbs for that colorful vintage sound.

The echo section features a saturated delay that syncs to your host tempo or lets you dial in the delay time in BPM or milliseconds. There’s the obligatory feedback knob for those endless washes of delay, and you can activate ping pong mode for stereo effects.

The reverb lets you choose from spring or plate modes, both of which bring characteristic analog reverberation to your tracks. The delay and reverb can be used by themselves or combined for the ultimate Lofi Space experience.

On top of the delay and reverb effects, Lofi Space features a pair of high pass and low pass filters and a mono knob that lets you dial in a slimmer stereo field for an authentic lo-fi sound. There’s also an overall mix knob for adjusting the dry/wet mix.

Price and compatibility

Waves Lofi Space is available for FREE only today, November 26, 2021. Unfortunately, it appears that Waves’ servers are having some trouble handling the massive amounts of traffic. If you’re lucky and you do get through, all you need to do is enter your email address and you’ll receive a license code via email.

The regular price of the plug-in will be USD 99. Lofi Space runs on macOS 10.14.6 or higher (M1 supported) and Windows 10 or higher in VST, VST3, AAX and AU formats (64 bit) or stand-alone.

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Review: NUGEN Audio Paragon ST – a remarkable surround reverb goes stereo

NUGEN Audio Paragon STLast October, developer NUGEN Audio released an ambitious reverb plug-in called Paragon. Paragon combines convolution and impulse response re-synthesis to deliver the kind of refined control you wouldn’t normally expect out of regular IR reverbs. Granted, the latter usually sound nice – and realistic. After all, they bring snapshots of actual spaces and their inherent acoustics to life, in whatever sophisticated way made sense for the developers.

But there’s only so much you can accomplish with straight-up convolution. That’s where the ability to re-synthesise those IRs comes in, adding the “tinkering power” of algorithmic reverbs to the convolution reverb. That, and extensive multi-channel audio support are the hallmarks of Paragon. Think of Paragon ST as the same reverb engine re-purposed for regular stereo. It sounds enticing, and it sure is! Here are some impressions from having Paragon ST in action…

NUGEN Audio Paragon ST

If you ever tried Paragon, ST ought to be instantly familiar, but perhaps not as busy. After all, it’s literally the same reverb engine in use, but with just two channels of audio to handle. Owing to the re-synthesis engine, you still get to enjoy control over key parameters such as decay, room size, and brightness. What’s more, there are also spectral analysis and EQ sections to really home in on the details. The EQ lets you change the frequency response of the actual spaces (that’s EQ-ing the reverb itself and not just the wet sound) and you can also alter the frequency-dependent decay rate. Tweak away!

Other interesting possibilities offered by Paragon ST are stereo width and modulation settings. So if you want a wider reverb, or one that sounds like it’s moving in slightly unpredictable ways, you can have that. Additionally, some parameters, such as pre-delay, can be synchronized to the host tempo. This can potentially save you lots of automation meant to make the reverb sound musical. Another very interesting feature is the Mic Distance Control. It lets you place a virtual microphone closer or farther away in the virtual space. Fiddling with the parameter doesn’t merely make the sound louder or quieter, it actually defines the sound and response of the early reflections. Psychoacoustics are fun!

Twisting new sounds

Note that unlike most IR-based reverb plug-ins, Paragon ST does not apply time-stretching. This is the trick behind the plug-in’s remarkably clean, artefact-free output. Because of its synthesis virtues, Paragon ST does not take up tens to hundreds of gigabytes of storage space, either. Now, if you like presets that sound completely out of this world on first try, Paragon ST may seem a little stern in its offerings. You are mostly meant to take the stock sound and twist them into something more or less different sounding from the initial patch using the plug-in’s powerful controls. Also, depending on how you mix the reverb, you might find the combinations of certain spaces and EQ settings bring desirable results like warmth, clarity, and other enhancements you wouldn’t normally think of when reaching out for a reverb.

NUGEN Audio Paragon ST

NUGEN Audio Paragon ST

All in all, Paragon ST is the kind of plug-in that’s fun but also sophisticated. That’s a rare treat, because getting to have both takes serious conceptual and technological effort. NUGEN faced both challenges to deliver a standout modern reverb. It’s all about having a great reverb engine and finding the right ways in which to spin it.

NUGEN Audio Paragon ST – Price and availability

Until December 6 2021, Paragon ST is being sold for USD 149 instead of the regular price of USD 299. These are serious savings, so don’t miss out if you are interested! A demo version is available to try from the NUGEN website, too. Paragon ST works in 64-bit VST3, AU, AAX, and AudioSuite formats under macOS (10.9 or newer) and Windows (Vista or newer).

More information about NUGEN Audio Paragon ST

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Top 5 Black Friday Tech Deals on Amazon for musicians and producers

Top 5 Black Friday Tech Deals LaptopIt’s a great time to upgrade your music production setup, so we’ve selected the best Black Friday Tech Deals on including Windows laptops, desktops, and peripherals.

Razer Blade Stealth 13 Ultrabook Laptop

The Razer Blade Stealth 13 Ultrabook is an extremely powerful mobile solution for music creators and offers great features in every department. From the physical build quality to the performance, and now even the price, it becomes a highly competitive choice for Windows DAW users. Although Razer is primarily aimed at gaming, their products have certainly done time in the pro studio environment. Starting at $1499.99(save 25%) this 13-inch Ultrabook is equipped with an OLED Touch Display supporting up to 4K (3840 x 2160) with a GeForce GTX 1650Ti 4GB GPU and offers amazing potential with a Quad-Core 11th Gen Intel i7 processor and 16 GB LPDDR4X 3733MHz RAM.

LG 15Z90P Laptop

If you’re looking for a 15-inch laptop, the 15Z90P LG gram is a great offer, combining a host of features that favor high performance. With an 11th Generation Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of DDR4 RAM on board, it should be able to competently deal with most professional DAW operations. While Windows 11 is still relatively new on the market, it’s now been tested by software developers enough to offer buyers more confidence than it did initially. The 15Z90P is priced at just $1,196.99(save 25%), making it a very interesting offer compared to what you will generally pay for 15.6″ laptops with this level of performance spec.

MSI Creator Z16 Laptop

Now could be the time to upgrade your mobile workstation to cope with even the most demanding projects. The MSI Creator Z16 is outfitted with almost every performance and connectivity feature you will need to take your production into a new dimension. The 16″ QHD+ 16:10 120Hz touch display gives you plenty of screen real estate, while the Intel Core i7 11800H processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 GPU, and 32GB of RAM provide all the power you could ever need. $2,449.00(save 6%) might still be a hefty price tag for most, but this is still a great opportunity to save on a laptop of this level.

HP Envy TE01-2275xt Desktop

Desktop workstations are still the preferred solution for many pro audio users and the HP Envy TE01-2275xt certainly gives you an idea of why this is. Equipped with an 8-core Intel i7-11700 2.5GHz processor and the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 12 GB GDDR6 GPU, it has all the potential to take on any creative operation, be it audio, graphics or video. The 400 W Gold efficiency PSU equipped chassis also offers plenty of upgradability and customization options should you require. Currently on offer at $1,399.99(save 7%), it might just be a good time to consider the potential of a desktop for your studio setup.

LG 27UL550-W Monitor

Expand your setup with the LG 27UL550-W 4K display. This 27-inch IPS monitor has a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160, giving you plenty of additional screen real estate for DAW operations. Perhaps you need a dedicated slave display for your plugins or a larger main display for your mobile workstation. Either way, this is an affordable option at only $296.99 (save 26%). Features include Radeon free-Sync technology, a DP IN port, and an adjustable stand with the ability to use the monitor in portrait mode. Be sure to cash in on this incredible deal.


Windows and Audio

We haven’t tested the computers listed here, so if you’re ready to buy bear in mind that general purpose Windows laptops may not work out of the box for audio production. If you need some help getting your Windows 10 PC optimized for audio, check out our list of Windows 10 Power User Tweaks.

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Beyerdynamic Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Save up to 50% and get free earbuds!

Beyerdynamic Black Friday and Cyber Monday dealsBeyerdynamic is celebrating Black Friday and Cyber Monday with a true fireworks display of deals. Until December 5, you can save up to 50% on many of the company’s microphones, headphones, and earphones. And as if that wasn’t sweet enough, they’re throwing in a free pair of earbuds with every order from €199 upwards.

Beyerdynamic Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

Are you looking for a new pair of headphones for your studio, or a new gaming headset? Then you’re surely going to love these Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from beyerdynamic. Many of the company’s iconic headphones and headsets are on sale with discounts of up to 50%. Sale items include the DT series headphones, including the flagship DT 1990 Pro, as well as a great selection of gaming headsets and in-ears.

Many popular beyerdynamic microphones are also on sale, including the Fox USB mic for streaming and podcasting. The company also offers several bundles that include the Fox mic and various headphones. Check out the deals for yourself on their website – you’re bound to find some great new gear for your application!

And that’s not all! To sweeten the deal even more, beyerdynamic is throwing in a free pair of Beat BYRD Black Edition earbuds with every order from €199 upwards. You also get free shipping on all orders of €15 and up.

Beyerdynamic Beat BYRD Black Edition

Beyerdynamic Beat BYRD Black Edition

More information about the Beyerdynamic deals

Beyerdynamic has split the deals into a Black Friday event, which is currently ongoing and runs through November 28, and a Cyber Monday event, which will begin on November 29 and run through December 5, 2021. Be sure to check their website regularly, so you don’t miss any of the deals!

These deals are valid in the following countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland (except free earbuds), Netherlands, Luxemburg, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, and USA (except free earbuds).

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Deal: Get up to 25% off Ableton Live 11, Push 2 and content packs

Ableton Live 11 dealIn time for the dual Black Friday and Cyber ​​Week craze, Ableton is reducing the prices of its products for a short time. The deals are only good until November 29, 2021, so act quickly. The offers include all Live 11 versions, upgrades, the Push 2 controller, Max for Live and Live Packs.

Ableton Live and Live Packs for a few days at a special price

Ableton Live 11 is the DAW used by most music producers, musicians, and live performers to create and perform music in all possible genres, especially those leaning on electronica. It also integrates with the Push 2 hardware controller, which puts the power of Ableton away from the computer and right under your fingers. You can now save up to 25% from the regular prices of these products. Ableton discounts don’t usually reach much deeper than that, so don’t wait for significantly better offers if you want a piece of the action. And if you are completely new to Ableton, but interested, do take advantage of the free trial versions offered by the developer.

Ableton Black Friday deals

Ableton Live 11 Suite is available here at Thomann for EUR 449 instead of EUR 599.

Live 11 Standard is available here at Thomann for EUR 259 instead of EUR 349.

You can get the small version Live 11 Intro at Thomann for EUR 59 instead of EUR 79.

The Ableton Push 2 Controller is available at Thomann for EUR 559 down from EUR 699 euros.

The offers are active until November 29, 2021. The software runs standalone under macOS 10.13 or later and Windows 10 or later and requires an internet connection for authorization and installation. Different bundles of sounds, plug-ins, presets, and effects are included depending on the version you choose Further updates, upgrades, sounds, presets and effects are available on the Ableton website, also reduced by 25%.

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