Deal: Save up to 65% on Output plug-ins and bundles

Output dealsOutput has slashed the prices of all its plug-ins, the comprehensive Output Bundle and all Expansion Packs by up to 65 percent for a limited time. All of the developer’s versatile software instruments and effect processors are on sale, as are the various expansions with additional sounds. That’s an awesome opportunity to expand your arsenal.

Output plug-ins and instruments on sale

All of Output’s innovative effects and software instruments are on sale until December 6, 2021. If you’re into creative sound design, you’re going to love the company’s unique effects like Thermal, Portal and Movement. And Output’s virtual instruments like Analog Brass & Winds, Analog Strings, Exhale and the Substance bass engine can be heard on many chart-topping hits. These deals are the perfect opportunity to add some (or all!) of these renowned plug-ins to your collection.

These plug-ins are currently on sale:

  • Analog Brass & Winds
  • Analog Strings
  • Substance
  • Exhale
  • Signal
  • Rev X-Loops
  • Rev
  • Thermal
  • Portal
  • Movement
  • the complete Output Bundle
  • 22 Expansions for the effects and instruments

Output deals

All individual Output plug-ins are now on sale at Thomann* with a 35% discount. If you decide to go all-in and grab the full Output Bundle, you can get it directly from the developer at 65% off. This is also where you’ll find the discounts on the expansion packs. This offer is good through December 6, 2021.

The plug-ins require macOS 10.9 or higher or Windows 7 or higher. They run stand-alone or as AU, AAX, VST and VST3 plug-ins (32/64 bit). You’ll need the free Output Hub Software to install and activate the plug-ins.

More information about Output and the deals


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