FabFilter Saturn plugin
#181
23rd April 2012
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#182
25th April 2012
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Version 1.01 is out, featuring solo/mute buttons for each band!
#183
25th April 2012
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Good to see Fabfilter listen to the users and implement updates so quickly.
#184
25th April 2012
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Fabfilter is just great
#185
26th April 2012
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Love the new features. Thanks FF
#186
26th April 2012
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Fabfilter is just great
Fabfilter is .......Fab!
#187
27th April 2012
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Thanks for the new version and listening to users!


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#188
27th April 2012
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Good to see Fabfilter listen to the users and implement updates so quickly.
No kidding. These guys are on top of it
#189
27th April 2012
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I have to say that this is the most fun I have had with an overdrive plugin. REALLY flexible, and fun as hell to use. Loving it.
#190
7th May 2012
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  #190
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I've been using my friend's copy of this recently--unreal plugin! makes things sound as huge as you imagine them in your head. Also really fun to mess around with on drum loops
#191
30th June 2012
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  #191
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Just bought this and I'm amazed how good this makes sound just about everything I feed into it! :D
#192
1st July 2012
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I demod it. I very powerful and potentially usefully, but overall I didn't like it much. The 'clean tube' was the only distortion type I really liked.
#193
29th August 2012
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Anyone able to shoot me a tell-a-friend coupon? Think I'm going to jump in to the FabFilter world.
#194
29th August 2012
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Thank you, I was helped out.
#195
31st August 2012
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If anyone else needs a Fabfilter friend discount code,just shoot me your email address via pm and i'll send a code via my Fabfilter account
#196
10th March 2013
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  #196
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I bought it when it came out and this is probably the plugin that comes across the most often in my tracks. The modular capabilities are phenomenal, I really enjoy patching stuff together to see what comes out. To see it simply as a distortion plugin is rather reductive, as it can also easily beef up drums or busses, with two envelope followers controlling the output volume, one of them being set to negative (there's a video around for that). The XLFOs also offer their share of fun, and randomization is the icing on the cake.

Some of the distortion types are a bit too cheesy, but at least we've got choice between analog simulation and pure digital bit-reduction.

Overall, I could find a use for it in almost any kind of situation, would it be to cook a bass sound, bring crunch to flat drums or even to add slight distortion in the mastering stage. WELL worth the money.
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