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FabFilter Saturn 2 Tutorial Double-Feature

YouTubers The Sound Test Room and Gavinski’s Tutorials both posted tutorials for the latest FabFilter effect!

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Video Description:

Here I go through some of the main features of Saturn 2 and talk about how bloody great this thing is. The modulation possibilities are quite astounding.

This is not a detailed tutorial, but useful nevertheless. First, I run a simple sine wave through some of the fx presets to see how radical a sound design tool this can be, and explain the main features.

Then we look at how it can be used more subtly, to add warmth and colour. Finally we hear what the amp algorithms can do to electric guitar sounds. If you enjoy this tutorial, please remember to give it a thumbs up, subscribe if you haven't, and comment. Cheers!

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