Discussion in 'Recording' started by nStylez, Aug 26, 2007.
Crazy plug in that Emulates Diffrent Mics
and is this a question? Or did you just discover something? We've known about this for sometime. It's all fake. It's cute if all you have is a Shure SM57.
And your next question???
Most of us use the real deals
Ms. Remy Ann David
I have this crazy plug-in that converts my hit tracks and vocal takes into lackluster performances en route to the computer.
I haven't figured out how to turn it off yet...
The plug-in uses algorithms to rearrange the numbers making up the incoming signal to be closer to those made by the microphone chosen to be emulated. Basically it is a glorified EQ because, of course, it does not alter the manner in which the microphone picked up the waves in the first place (which is one of the most key ways a microphone expresses it's character in a recording). As Remy stated, it is all fake.
For the future on this forum, you will be much more respected and, more importantly, much less DISrespected if you make your posts quite a bit more thought out and actually have a point to make.
Other than that, welcome to RO!
oh i just found out about it actually jus wanted to see if anyone discovered it them selves its a nice way to add some umph to certain records u dont have to nesesarly use it for the mic conversation i already kno that u cant emulate how your own make picks up sound, i give them an A for effort nice little tool to add to your plug in rack
I help with beta testing and provided a few mics for modeling so I have both the hardware and plugs. It is not really as it claims to be, but it is at times, a good and useful tool. I'm glad that I have it and have no intentions of ever getting rid of it.
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