For the entire month of June, Plugin Boutique is giving free with any purchase Fat Channel XT channel strip plugin by PreSonus, valued at $70.
Originally designed for integrated compatibility between Studio One and StudioLive mixers, Fat Channel XT brings award-winning StudioLive processors and State Space models of vintage EQs and compressors to your DAW of choice.
Fat Channel XT was designed to be the ultimate channel strip for any input or bus with a variable high pass filter, gate/expander, compressor, EQ, and limiter—all in one singular plug-in. In addition to the classic StudioLive compressor and EQ modules, you get two State Space Modeled compressors and EQs recreated from coveted vintage studio gear.
Need more virtual analog goodness? Fat Channel XT can be expanded with any or all of the eight compressors and seven EQ models in the Fat Channel Plug-in Collection.
- Compatible with VST3, AudioUnit and AAX compatible host applications
- Compatible with Studio One 4.6 and higher. Prime only (included in Artist and Professional)
- Use award-winning StudioLive processors and State Space models of vintage EQs and compressors in your DAW of choice
- 5 processors in one plug-in: high-pass filter, noise gate/expander, compressor, EQ, limiter
- 3 compressor models to choose from: StudioLive Standard plus State Space modeled Tube and FET modules
- 3 EQ models to choose from: StudioLive Standard plus Passive and Vintage modules
- Additional State Space modeled compressor and EQ modules are available with Fat Channel Add-ons
- Each processor can be individually enabled/disabled
- EQ and Compressor position can be switched
- Easy installation, authorization, and updates from PreSonus Hub plug-in manager application
Fat Channel XT is available in VST, AU, and AAX plugin versions for DAWs on Windows and macOS.
To claim a free copy of this amazing plugin, just make any purchase at Plugin Boutique (no minimum). At the checkout, you will notice Fat Channel XT added to your order for free.
The promotion ends June 30th, 2021.
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