With so many amazing Black Friday deals kicking around the web, it can be tough to figure out which ones are worth investing in. Luckily, DJ Mag's tech editor has got you covered — we've compiled the best tech deals that you absolutely need to know about in one handy list. Tech-heads, go forth and conquer!
DJ MAG BLACK FRIDAY DEALS — TECH ROUND-UP
Need we say more? Huge savings of up to 50% on over 100 products from NI including Traktor Pro 2, Contact 5 and Massive — you don't want to miss this!
Loopmasters are feasting it up with huge savings across their range of sample packs and sample libraries with up to 75% off on selected packs.
There's insane savings of up to 80% on a range of Waves plug-ins — mental savings site-wide.
Pioneer DJ are getting in on the act offering WeDJ for iPhone as a FREE download until 29th November.
Serato are keeping it all black with their Black Friday offer: Black on black — there's vinyl for less than £20 for a pair of their Black Performance Series 12" DVS control vinyl.
Heavocity are offering a selection of their best-selling plugins for 50% off — this is a great time to enhance your production arsenal.
With huge discounts running all weekend, Sample Magic’s award-winning samples, patches, plugins are the perfect way to kick start your new track, beef up your DJ set or provide the inspiration you need in the studio. But act quick, the sale is for a limited time only!
The online music store are offering anyone who passes by the site 50% off their whole cart this weekend with their CYBERSALE code, just input the code at checkout to take advantage of this one-time offer.
If you need to bolster your DJ or production set-up, check out Decks who have got a selection of deals on to celebrate Black Friday.
Time+Space are also painting it black with a wealth of offers that will last all week long and once again there is up to 75% off selected items.
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