Good Native instruments Distortion Plugins

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  1. MistaBossman

    MistaBossman Member

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    Recently got a €25 voucher from Native instruments. Im looking for good distortion plugins under €60 that i could get a bit of discount on with that voucher. Any suggestions? Recently got Driver for free, sick plugin, looking for something a bit better than that to add on to my basses and make them that much warmer and grittier. Thanks
     
  2. DjCartel

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    just realised youve already got it, my bad!
     
  4. d-low

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    hmm how many distortion plug-ins do native instruments actually make? never heard of one before. thanks for the heads up on driver though
     
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    I'd just simply check their product list on their website!
     
  6. MistaBossman

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    Yeah no worries mate, and yeah i could do that but kind of want peoples experiences and thoughts on the plugin before i buy it, want to weigh up my options
     
  7. MistaBossman

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    Oh and i have checked mate, not sure which one to get though so thought i'd fish about for some opinions
     
  8. SineLanguage

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    Guitar Rig 5 comes with some beastly distortion components...not in the price range specified but...
     
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    mr meh Well-Known Member VIP Junglist

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    I wanted to use the voucher to get Razor, but its not part of the promotion :(
     
  10. MistaBossman

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    Ok, any other other suggestions on what could be brought at a cheap price that is good? Not necessarily a Distortion plugin
     
  11. spyre

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    No idea about most NI plugins but guitar rig is great
     
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    I can vouch for Guitar Rig. Thanks for the link DjCartel! =)
     
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    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun VIP Junglist

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    Rammfire (part of guitar rig) is outstanding.
     
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    Yeah +1 for Guitar Rig. That thing is a beast, just like Izotope's Trash.
     
  15. Dugg Funnie

    Dugg Funnie Well-Known Member VIP Junglist

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    Guitar Rig is most def some quality shizzle wizzle.

    But honestly, I'd say you should save up the cash money cheddar bread and get Absynth. You'll never need another synth/sampler/effect plug-in again.