The best Black Friday deals on plugins, synths and music production tools. Black Friday has quickly become a key fixture on the calendar for producers hopeful of snapping up a bargain. 2017 is no exception, with a number of developers and manufacturers announcing big discounts. We'll be listing our highlights below... Soundtoys are offering 50-60% off just about everything in their catalogue, from individual plugins to bundles. Existing owners of the company's products will receive extra discounts. Check out the range here. US-based Moog fans can head to their local dealer for 30% discount off synths. Over at Focusrite, you can take advantage of big discounts on various hardware including Clarett and iTrack interfaces. We're offering a 20% discount on The Secrets of Dance Music Production running up till midnight on Monday 27th November. More information here. The Thanksgiving XXL sale over at Native Instruments runs through until November 30th, with 50% off nearly everything in the Komplete range of instruments and effects, including upgrades and updates. UVI's deal is a simple one this year: 30% off everything except Vintage Vault 2 and OB Legacy. The offer is valid until December 3rd. Find out more here. Sonarworks are offering 40% off all software from November 24th till November 27th. The perfect opportunity to calibrate your studio. Check out their full range of software here. There are some real bargains to be had from Togu Audio Line, with 40% off all plugins. We're big fans of TAL's U-NO-LX emulation of the classic Roland Juno-106. Spotted any other great deals? Let us know in the comments below.
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Best Black Friday 2017 Deals for Music Producers
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