Has it been a year already? The Black Friday bonanza continues to gain steam with Polyverse offering up to 80% off!

This Black Friday, Polyverse Music is dropping prices across its highly unique and inventive plugins. The company has been delivering interesting plugins into our world for the best part of a decade now and they excel at sound manipulation, processing and sound design.

The company describes itself “by musicians, for musicians” and it shows in the musicality of their devices. If you wish to try one before you buy, their Filtron is free.

We’ve left videos below of all the different devices and the sale prices. Polyverse is not often on sale, so it’s wise to snap them up while you can.

The sale is split into two parts. A flash sale, today and then across the Black Friday weekend there’s a whole range of deals, including bundles, at the bottom of this news piece. Hurry!

From November 14th to December 4th, you can get up to 80% off for a limited time. Details of the sale are:

First 24-Hour 80% Comet Flash Sale: Get it for $29! (originally $149)

Catch this rare offer, for the acclaimed reverb plug-in. This fleeting deal happens only on November 14. Act fast!

This year’s Black Friday – Cyber Monday deals up to 50% off

  • Supermodal: Carve and craft with the ultimate modal filter for $49 (was $99).
  • Manipulator: Bend and warp vocals to uncharted territories, now just $89 (was $149).
  • I Wish: Instantaneously freeze your audio for $49 (was $99).
  • Comet: Add a layer of lush, versatile reverb for $89 (was $149).
  • Gatekeeper: Modulate volume with precision for $39 (was $49).

Maximize Value with Bundle Offers:

  • Infected Mushroom Bundle Deal: Snag I Wish, Manipulator, and Gatekeeper for a mere $199 (valued at $297).
  • Polyverse Bundle Deal: Equip your studio with the full array of Polyverse plug-ins for $359 (valued at $545).

Don’t miss the beat – Drop into polyversemusic.com and Grab the Polyverse Black Friday deals before they’re gone!!

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14th November, 2023

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