FabFilter Total Bundle v2020.12.08

Fabfilter total bundle
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FabFilter Total Bundle v2020.12.08 macOS-CODESHiNE

The Total Bundle is a set of all FabFilter plug-ins. With this bundle, you get our professional EQ, reverb, compressor, multiband dynamics, limiter, de-esser and gate/expander, creative multiband distortion, delay, filter and synthesizer plug-ins.

Dec 10, 2020
Now available: native Apple Silicon support in all FabFilter plug-ins, including extensive optimizations specifically for the new Apple M1 processor. This update also includes various bug fixes and improvements for all platforms. Here’s a full list of changes:

Added native Apple Silicon support to the AU, VST and VST3 plug-ins on Mac. Of course, Intel Macs are still supported via universal binaries. The minimum macOS requirement is now macOS 10.10.
Fixed a bug that caused the right-click menu in VST3 plug-ins on Mac to appear in the wrong location on Retina displays.
Fixed a bug in the VST3 plug-ins that could cause some plug-in parameters to reset to the default value after leaving the plug-in open without running audio for a long time (for example overnight).
Pro-C 2: Fixed a bug that could occur in the VST3 plug-in in Ableton Live and possibly other hosts that caused attack and release to work incorrectly when multiple small audio clips are present on a track with silence in between.
Pro-L 2, Pro-Q 3: Added support for Dolby Atmos 7.0.2 and 7.1.2 in the VST3 plug-ins.
Pro-L 2, Timeless 2, Twin 2: Fixed glitches when moving the interface from a High DPI monitor to a regular monitor or back.
Saturn 2, Timeless 2, Twin 2, Volcano 2: Fixed a crash that could occur in MIDI Learn mode or when making a drag-and-drop modulation connection if the number of active sources (e.g. XLFOs) is automated by the host at the same time.
One, Twin 2: Fixed a crash when validating the Intel AU plug-in on an Apple Silicon Mac via Rosetta 2 in a native Apple Silicon host like Logic Pro.
Pro-R: Fixed a bug that could cause Decay Rate EQ bands set to High Shelf with a factor above 100% to have no effect on the sound.
Pro-Q 3: With Gain-Q Interaction enabled, Cmd/Ctrl-dragging a positive dynamic range in the display would flip the gain to negative.
Pro-Q 3: Double-clicking on the instance name in the Analyzer panel and making it empty would not work correctly when the name was already set to the default.
Saturn 2: Optimized CPU usage with various distortion styles, most notably British Rock and British Pop.
Volcano 2: The mono AU plug-in now no longer uses the “FF” prefix in the plug-in name.
Volcano 2: Fixed a bug that caused modulation connections to a filter on the right or side channel to display an incorrect modulation target.

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12 Responses

  1. Verzache

    January 30, 2021 6:05 am

    Thank you so much! This is amazing.

    For those who see the serial error, just read the instructions. All you have to do after installation is replace some files and done.

    Anyway, appreciate the hard work and consistency on this website. I can’t wait until I can finally buy the FabFilter plugins, but for now this will do.

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  2. matthewsullivan

    July 15, 2021 5:20 pm

    Hi! Work well in logic pro but in Pro tools ask for license because this version of the bundle doesn’t contain “.aax” file necessary to function on pro tools… I searched on torrents and sites but it seems that no one has them yet… we are waiting for … thank you

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  3. PCRdemicIsAScam

    August 10, 2021 4:55 am

    Fuck ProTools. Who even uses it other than in USA?
    Why do they need their own .aax standard?
    Ableton, Cubase, Logic Pro X, Studio 1, are the best DAW’s.
    Bitwig can fuck off with their $200 for every major revision updates. Still way behind anyone else.

    Reply

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