As you recover from turkey coma, here are some deals on synths, plug-ins, and music production software for Black Friday, all of which you can access from the smartphone resting atop your expanding belly. Know about something that should be on this page but isn't? Let us know and we'll update the page!
Accusonus, makers of magical loop-deconstructing software ReGroover, are offering both the full and "lite" versions for half off ($149 and $49, respectively). Get it here.
Arturia has 50% off individual software instruments from their V-Collection. Get them here.
ILIO, U.S. distributors for a slew of brands including Spectrasonics and Vienna Symphonic Library, are offering the Gig Performer plug-in hosting software, intended as a primary alternative to Apple MainStage for playing virtual instruments live, for $99. Go get it.
iZotope is offering the "Essentials" version of their RX audio repair, Neutron mixing, and Ozone mastering plug-ins for just $29 each, or $79 for the suite of all three. This and a handful of other specials are on this page.
Moog Music is bringing the coveted hardware with up to 30% off on synthesizers including the Minimoog Model D reissue, Voyager XL, Sub Phatty, Minitaur, Mother-32, Werkstatt, Etherwave theremins, Theremini, plug Moogerfooger and Minifooger effects pedals. Master page here.
Native Instruments is taking 50% off the price of most of their software, including the kitchen-sink Komplete 11, through November. Details here.
Not strictly for Black Friday, Novation is running November-long discounts on a bunch of products, including the MiniNova and Circuit synths as well as several audio interfaces from their sister company Focusrite. It's all here.
Output Sounds are offering 25% off most software, and 60% off if you buy it in a bundle. Here's their page.
Propellerheads have discounted just about everything, including $100 off Reason. Shop the huge sale on their store page.
ROLI, who makes our favorite futuristic wavy black keyboard controller, has some very aggressive deals going. Buy a Seaboard Rise and get FXpansion's BFD3 drum software (usually $349) for free. In addition, you get $100 cash back on the Seaboard Rise 25 and $200 back on the 49-key version. Buy a Lightpad Block controller and get a free Snapcase Solo plus $50 cash back. It's all here.
Spitfire Audio is running a number of discounts, giveaways, and online events for Black Weekend, including a teaser video that looks like it was conceived by Friedrich Nietzsche.
U.S. mail order king Sweetwater has a ton of things onsale. Scroll midway down this page to ind the "Keyboard and DJ" section, which includes a Pittsburgh Modular synth.
Waves has specials on too many things to list, so check out the master page here.