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Production | Feb 25, 2012
So what do u reccomend ?
il check that out thanks ^^
btw i have a budget off about 750eu
so it doesn't necceserily have to be free
im also looking for multiple compressors some that are good for vocal's or drum's full mix etc
i have a focusrite liquid mix, although you need to check out your firewire compatibility if you are on a PC it's very good, and they are cheap now, the 32 channel one is overkill though, the 16 channel one would probably do, and i never use the screen.
that certainly looks interesting im gonna check some vid's
all amazing plus you cant really go wrong with the dmg audio compassion
also cyntomic the glue
thanks il try out the demo's
750 euro's on a compression plug in???
im not meaning just 1 plugin
multiple one's with each their strength in sound
i'd suggest trying out nebula3 got many classic compressors and much more, i have the free version (which is nuts too)
and i think it's kinda hard to get into if you don't know the real units that are emulated, but it's one of the best mixing-VST out there i'd say, if you know how to use it
yeah i tryed it but i tottaly disliked the interface but that wass a long time ago i guess il check the demo/free again
heres the website for dmg audio
http://dmgaudio.com/products_compassion.php but yea i fucking love compassion its not just a compressor but transient shaper maximiser paraell compressor gate and exiter all in one and dosent slouch on any of the features plus the wave viewer is so handy so you can get everything sound and looking really nice
looking good ^^
I've yet to find a soft compressor that rivals the Softube TubeTech CL1B. I absolutely LOVE that thing!!! It sounds good on nearly everything, uses very little CPU, and it's a joy to work with. It's a bit expensive, but well worth it IMO. Softube is definitely in the top tier of plug-in developers. Their guitar amp modeler "Vintage Amp Room" is the only guitar amp plug-in that has a usable clean tone IMO. Really, it ALMOST sounds like an actual amp. But I digress...
The Stillwell Rocket is great as well. It's attack time (according to Stillwell's website) is faster than a single sample at 44.1 kHz, which is insane.... perhaps faster than an 1176? Stillwell's stuff is great and they offer a non-crippled, non-expiring demo on all their products. They have some really nice stuff.
FabFilter Pro-C is really versatile, provides great visual feedback, and it's affordable.
The Elysia Mpressor is just bad-ass.
Oh yeah, the Waves API 2500 is pretty cool too.
Demo it first and try out the Impetus knob.
guess i got alot to check out thanks
okay il check it out ^^
I loved the waves hybrid but the tossers won't do a 64 bit version.
Sonnox Oxford dynamics is very crisp sounding, not sure I like it.
I've found myself using those inside Guitar rig recently more out of convenience, certainly an option. :)
Kush audio UBK1
For clean sounding compression I prefer to use the FabFilter Pro-C, great versatility and a really nice knee for use on vocals.
The Vertigo Sound VSC-1 is a really cool bus type compressor with lots of features, also the Elysia plug seems like a great tool, from what i have seen/heard at a friends'.
The aforementioned Softube Compressor is great, really cool tube style compressor, their FET-Compressor is prolly the most serious 1176 Style plug I have used so far, really cool sound and not just a pure emulation but some cool additional features over the original. The guys from PSP offer some cool compressors, I really dig the oldtimer if I need a program compressor with some nice character.
Last but not least, check out the URS plugins if you can, they got some really cool compressor and the Strip Pro is one heck of a beast, it offers emulations of prolly anything you'd wish for (LA-2, 1176, Tape Compression, Various Tube Compressors, etc.) but it comes at quite a hefty price point of 450$ (I believe), but you get EQ and Saturation stages in that plug as well.
Also, people might suggest the Waves Plugins, but IMHO they offer not really THAT much for their quite extreme price point.