Multi-band distortion and saturation plug-in with a user-friendly drag-and-drop modulation
FabFilter Saturn offers a range of different high quality distortion models, inspired by the vintage sound of tubes, tape and guitar amps. In addition, you also get three creative distortion styles, with which you can smudge, stretch, crush, rectify and clip your sounds in weird and unexpected ways.
With its multiband design and per-band feedback, dynamics, drive, tone and modulation options, Saturn will bring a unique flavor to your music
Using Saturn's extensive modulation section, you can really bring life and depth to your music. By applying subtle modulation to crossover frequencies, dynamics, band levels or tone controls, great warmth and definition can be achieved.
With all the XLFOs, EGs, XY controllers, envelope followers and MIDI sources you will ever need, you get practically unlimited modulation possibilities. Creating new modulation connections could not be easier: just drag and drop.
Sixteen different distortion styles, from subtle saturation to heavy guitar amps and bit crushing
Multiband processing (up to 6 bands)
Per-band drive, mix, feedback, dynamics, tone and level controls
Per-band solo and mute options
Optional HQ mode (8x oversampling)
Interactive multiband display
Easy-to-use interface, using our innovative what-you-use-is-what-you-see concept
Endless modulation options, with all the 16-step XLFOs, XY controllers, envelope generators, envelope followers and MIDI sources you will ever need
GPU-powered graphics acceleration
Normal and wide interface layouts, with an option to show or hide the modulation section at the bottom
Easy drag-and-drop modulation with 50-slot modulation matrix
Over 150 presets
Modulation source signal visualization
Interactive MIDI Learn
Unique per-component presets
Smart Parameter Interpolation
Extensive help file with interactive help hints
Undo, redo and A/B switch features
All FabFilter plug-ins are available in VST, VST3, Audio Units, AAX Native and AudioSuite formats (all both 64-bit and 32-bit), as well as RTAS (32-bit only).