Friday, June 10, 2011

D16 Group Buy Best Deal EVER

Okay guys, I posted earlier about D16's group buy of their SilveLine plugins.

The group buy went all the way to the maximum, that means you get the full line for the price of one plugin. I cannot express how crazy of a good deal this is.

You get a Multiband Distortion, Tube Distortion, BitCrusher (more than a bit crusher, this is a vintage sampler emulation, al la MPC 60, SP-1200, and it sounds ace), Reverb, Chorus, and an incredible Phaser. I got the Phaser last, thinking why do I need a phaser, and it turns out it is one of the most unique plugs from the whole line.

Fazortran is a beast. It does relatively ordinary phasing, but it's got a very analog sound to it, a high fuzz that is very VERY rare in the plugin world. It also has the ability to pretty seriously mangle up your sound (in a really really really x3 more really's) good way.

Head over there and check it out for yourself. Cannot beat this deal for $55. Cannot. Beat. This. Deal.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Cheap Killer Vst Plugins

Felt like I should spread the word. D16 makes some killer plugins, both instruments and fx and they currently have a group buy going where the more people that buy, the better the deal gets.

They're at the threshold of buy one plug for $56 get three free. Their silverline plugs are great quality, really have a unique sound. One of the best bit crushers, multiband distortions, and tube distortions out there, as well as very interesting reverb, chorus and phaser.

This runs until the 13th of June. This is a great opportunity to own some quality inspirational plugs at a great price.

footnote -> a lot of producers, especially young producers, look at the price of all of the software they use (illegally) and want, and think I can't afford all that. Well you can't if you want to buy it all at once, and at regular retail price. But slow down a little bit, and just wait for good deals to come along. This is a great deal and will give you some quality tools to work with, without messing up your computer, and without stealing from some guys with a lot of talent and love of music who've dedicated their lives to making tools for us.

Footnote to the footnote -> I'm a cheap bastard, almost every piece of hardware and software I own, I've gotten through some type of deal, used, majorly discounted, whatever.

Over time, honestly, you will build up an arsenal of creative tools, I swear it!