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Best Platform/Plug-Ins

Discussion in 'Recording' started by jfavela, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. jfavela

    jfavela Guest

    I know most of you in here use Pro-Tools. But what other platforms are comparable, if any? And what DSPplug-insare the best?
    Ive recently looked into Creamware, TC Powercore, and Logic products. The possibilities seem endless.
    So I put it to you all, the, "big boys."
    I love this site and must say I'm addicted.
    Any and all feedback is appreciated.

    Joshua
     
  2. by

    by Guest

    Nuendo, UAD-1
    imo
     
  3. maintiger

    maintiger Well-Known Member

    Digital Performer with waves, altiverb, uad-1
     
  4. error5i

    error5i Guest

    Logic audio and Waves plugs
     
  5. Marcus Black

    Marcus Black Guest

    Unless you depend on using the Protools software there is no reason to buy PT.

    I have UAD-1 and TC powercore and there´s a lot of dsp-power on those cards. Greatplug-instoo, and most of them are very popular as TDM-versions aswell. These two cards cover most of your needs, especially since the powercore is an open platform and the number of third-partyplug-insis growing. You can use multiple TC and/or UAD cards.

    Your computers VST will probably max out before you use the maximum power on these two cards. Run them on a G5 and you´ll be laughing&dancing all the way to digidesigns funeral. Stay native, that´s the future !

    I´d like to quote an engineer-friend of mine who recently bought a big ProTools HD-rig, mostly because of the client-demand-dilemma. "Getting Protools is basically standing in a corner, face against the wall, pants pulled down, bent over, just waiting for the next surprise from digidesign " :D
     
  6. Paladyne

    Paladyne Guest

    I love the McDSP plugs on PT. Their filterbanks, and E6 eq are great at cutting away the crap from a set of drums... It would take a ton of outboard gear to make up for their use.
     

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