For as much as I like what they do, I don't see myself using them all the time. As you can see from the screenshot, each band covers a pretty wide frequency range. When I bought it, it was 2 different licenses but now the vcc is inside the slates rack. And you should totally go get it right now. Still not the sound I hear on my reference tracks. They are all just tools, with different sonic character s that either fit what you are doing at a given time - or, don't.
When we talk about it, debate it, and make the info public so that other people can read these comments from people without agendas - non-biased, non-advertising based descriptions and discussions, I think it serves the audio community in an overall positive way. Let me wrap this up! Tell me, can you hear the free one working on the high end shimmer?. They are both great products - that's all you really need to know, before you actually hear them for yourself. Thanks for this video Graham! I personally just upgraded to Mercury. We don't always hear clipping, it's not always audible, so it would be nice to have a visual indicator for this.
Steven has mentioned on a popular audio forum that he is addressing the trim issue in a future update. You're not being an ass, but you're essentially telling me I need to own both products, and that doesn't help my situation. Fortunately, some fellow hobbyists were able to give me some useful, applicable information. The software emulates the resistors and whatever else, and that's why it's so desired! Or, I could just throw my hands in the air and accept that if I want to cover all the bases from Slate, I'll need to go for the Everything Bundle. Pay attention to what this is doing to the kick and snare. You may find that they don't meet your expectations, or that you can accomplish what you want using other processors at your disposal.
At the very least, go download Revival. If so, I guess that kinda sucks, but I'm not sure that's a huge deal breaker for me, as all the projects I've already used these on have been completed and put into the can. Thanks all for the input. Now, I would not want to simplify these modules to just harmonic exciters as they are doing a lot more than just that, but it's a good starting point in understanding the analog experience you get with these modules. They are known for making plugins that are faithful to the analog gear they are emulating, and recently released a new plugin emulating some more of that sweet analog goodness.
Everything is now available on the front panel. I've been eager to try out the plug-ins myself, but when I ask some of the engineers I work with about it, I get mixed replies. I just can't warm up to it. I use a Zoom R16 with pro-level mics from Audix, Shure, and Sennheiser. That would depend on what other options you have. I don't find it makes mixes come together more easily, nor does it particularly help to 'glue' them together once mixed. Similarly, office pics are generally considered low-effort fluff, image posts should have some point other than karma and promote discussion Check out our Discord server! It's all about how they are used, where they are used, and what they are used on.
You can load a maximum of 8 modules per instance of the mix rack, though in practice this might be overkill, but to each his own. What I've been using lately is Non-Linear Summer followed by Kramer Tape then Waves Puig-Tech, then the Atomic Glue. Download the demo, do the same mix with both, bounce, compare, decide. My recording gear is decent for the application. I personally would look deeper into your recording environment before looking for effects to make things sound better. My waves ssl g series is on pretty much every channel of my mix.
Often both on the same channel or bus. I'm surprised at the waveforms in his mix. The G bus compressor is pretty decent though. No auto-release or Side-Chain filter on compressors. I love the Chris Lord Alge's presets in it.
I noticed some ear fatigue after listening to a mix repeatedly. At least they send an update status every few weeks. Anyway, if you do a lot of in the box mixing at home you owe it to yourself tog et the demo of mix rack and think about a subscription. All those just sound better than the Waves version to me. I mentioned that if you aren't a hobbyist, having an iLok around isn't a bad thing, even if you don't yet own any iLok plugins - eventually you will get to that point. Each contains two lines, one showing the 0dB and the other the +6dB Drive settings.