Thursday, December 2, 2010

epicVerb

Posted On 12:06 PM by Henrix Raimond | 0 comments





The “epicVerb” reverberation device aims at both: Tight small room and ambience effect simulation well suited to modern drum and vocal productions up to large “epic” halls as known from high quality outboard gear.

Tips & tricks

  • instead of using full reverbaration try the AMBIENCE mode when smaller room impressions are needed – this offers just the early reflections and this is sometimes enough and better for a cleaner mix

Ressources




NastyHF

Posted On 11:59 AM by Henrix Raimond | 0 comments





What it does

NastyHF offers a really nice and musical vintage style HF shelf with switchable narrow or rather wide curve behaviour.

Tips & tricks

  • always check the four different HF curves at 10kHz for best results

Ressources

  • more background info is available in the manual



NastyLF

Posted On 11:55 AM by Henrix Raimond | 0 comments




NastyLF a offers push/pull style low-end EQ with an added saturation stage. EQ levels and frequency can be dialed in variably as well as saturation amounts and a rather modern or vintage curve behaviour.

Tips & tricks

  • always use boost and cut together to take advantage of the push/pull style curves

Ressources

  • more background info is available in the manual




Rescue

Posted On 11:52 AM by Henrix Raimond | 0 comments






The Rescue plug-in is a gadget which offers envelope dependend signal amplification and saturation in a mid/side configuration. In ANALOG mode it offers some addtional signal alterations similar to hardware. It comes in two versions: Rescue and RescueAE (anniversary edition) – the latter one performs interanl oversampling and adds an output limiter function.

Tips & tricks

  • use the WIDTH knob to obtain some subtle but natural widening effects on stereo program material

Ressources




TesslaPRO

Posted On 11:49 AM by Henrix Raimond | 0 comments





TesslaPro is a signal saturator with added transient control. It works entirely oversampled and provides smoothest saturation effects.

Tips & tricks

  • engaging the BOOST switch increases the input level +12 dB – this is useful if more obvious distortion is wanted or the incoming audio has a low signal level
  • dial the TRANSIENTS switch to let the audios transient information intact – use this to obtain some subtle but natural widening effects on stereo program material

Ressources




 

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