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Fabfilter having their 25% sale, which bundle to get?

Discussion in 'Backline' started by ElDiablo1878, Jul 21, 2015.

  1. ElDiablo1878

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    I really like the demos i tried of the pro-q2 and and pro-mb.

    Currently i own the VCC and VMR and some free plugins.

    I really like the Pro bundle but I'm very intrigued by multi band saturation of saturn, so im tempted to get the total bundle. But for the extra 200$ I can get a nice waves bundle too with a lot more functionality.

    The big question is, with VCC, do i really need saturn? does anyone own both?

    Cheers
     
  2. He's Dead, Jim

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    VCC is just console saturation; Saturn does a bunch more stuff and has built-in multiband features, which is really cool. I'd love to get it if I had the money, but you can get the same effect by jerry-rigging a multiband plugin in your DAW but splitting the signal. I know Reaper does this and I'm sure others can as well.

    Pro Q, on the other hand, is absolutely invaluable to me. Totally worth the cash.
     
  3. ElDiablo1878

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    yea thats what i was thinking about vcc vs saturn. I mainly mix rock and metal so I didn't know if I can get a lot of use out of saturn(as opposed to the free saturation plugins). The saturn demo was more electronic music related.
     
  4. He's Dead, Jim

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    It can still be nice to have a bunch of different tools on hand in one package. But if you're basically just looking for "glue," VCC (and VTM) is the best.
     
  5. ElDiablo1878

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    definitely,

    I think I'm just gonna buy it as and when i need it:)
     
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    Damn the mastering bundle is looking pretty sweet right now. Pro-Q is one of my favorite plugins but I just use it at the studio. Having my own license plus their other stuff……. must….. not……. spend…….. money……..
     
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    Huh?:confused:
     
  9. ElDiablo1878

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    yea thats what is really tempting me....

    question is the 200$ that i would spend extra from the pro to the total, what else could i get instead. Saturn and timeless are the only ones i see myself using and that too occassionally
     
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    Just wanted to say I bit the bullet and got the total bundle. Now to start playing with the new toys:D
     

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