Discoworx wrote:As a LONG time user of both Hardware & an "raving mentalist" of Software plugs , Im aware that certain C++ Code base, algorhtyms & Filters (from pre built open source libraries are available & widely used)...(Im not talk here about Synthedit.
So this comes as NO surprise to me. Analogue emulations & the bastardized brethren , many times inherently use simple Impusle Responses in their signal chain... So to discover that UAD (the hailed lord of analogue emulators,and a company many people "rave about".
Well watch this!. Like many fancy "Analogue" GUI's fool the people into thinking, IF it LOOKS expensive, its going to sound expensive. NONSENSE. If you fall into that type of thinking, Production is not your field of expertise. LISTEN then make a judgement.
Personally I take this as a compliment to Steinberg!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p ... f7vn_aVTq4
Move this post to wherever Helge.
Discoworx wrote:Move this post to wherever Helge.
Xtigma. wrote:i'll add in a comment also, I saw some videos like this once and decided to give it a try, so what I did was I looked at what a pultec boost does using a frequency analyser. first think i noticed is it was a strange boost.. the curve on the left was steeper than the right.. so I tried and tried an eventually copied the eq curve using several points.. and yes it sounded to my ears almost identical, if not identical.... but it was difficult to copy, difficult to manipulate, where as with the UAD pultec plugin, it was a turn of a knob...
that's the point... yes some settings may be duplicable with other eq's, but it isn't very musical, id much rather choose the frequency and turn the knob. especially when working quickly.
neilwilkes wrote:I have been keeping an eye on this blog since it was shown to me, and it is nonsense from start to finish.
UAD tell you quite openly exactly what it is, and moreover it is simply a hell of a lot faster to use than a general DAW EQ, and will not take up 2 bands to do it either. It's a genuine emulation of a piece of kit built by Little Labs, manufactured in 2009. See http://www.littlelabs.com/vog.html
Where is the problem?
neilwilkes wrote:...moreover it is simply a hell of a lot faster to use than a general DAW EQ,
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