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Software Distortion/Overdrive from FabFilter

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FabFilter releases a new addition to its line of effect plug-ins: FabFilter Saturn, a multi-band distortion and saturation plug-in.




FabFilter Saturn offers a range of distortion models “from subtle, clean and warm tube or tape saturation to fully overdriven vintage guitar amp simulation.” Additional distortion styles are designed to let you time-smear, stretch, crush, rectify and clip your sounds. You can create up to six bands with individual feedback, compression/expansion and tone controls.


Key features:

  • Sixteen different distortion styles
  • Multi-band processing (up to six bands)
  • Per-band drive, mix, feedback, dynamics, tone and level controls
  • Optional HQ mode (8x oversampling)
  • Mid/side processing
  • Interactive multi-band display
  • Interface with FabFilter’s what-you-use-is-what-you-see concept
  • Normal and wide interface layouts, with an option to show or hide the modulation section at the bottom
  • Modulation options, with 16-step XLFOs, XY controllers, envelope generators, envelope followers and MIDI sources
  • Drag-and-drop modulation with 50-slot modulation matrix
  • Modulation source signal visualization
  • 150 factory presets included
  • Stereo and mono plug-ins available
  • FabFilter features: knobs and controllers, interactive MIDI Learn, undo/redo and A/B switch, Smart Parameter Interpolation for parameter transitions, help file with interactive help hints, automation, SSE optimization, and more


Pricing & Availability:

FabFilter Saturn is now available for EUR 129, USD 174 or GBP 114, supporting both Windows and Mac OS X in VST and VST 3, Audio Units, AAX, RTAS and AudioSuite plug-in formats. Bundles with FabFilter Saturn and other FabFilter plug-ins are also available.


See www.fabfilter.com/shop.

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