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Old Vinil Effect

Discussion in 'Recording' started by lorenzo gerace, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. lorenzo gerace

    lorenzo gerace Active Member

    Hi

    What plug-in (RTAS or VST or DX) would you use to simulate an old vinil record (with noise, clicks and limited frequency response)? A client asked me to do it for some kind of joke "ghost" track to go at the end of the record.

    Thanx

    L.G.
     
  2. Omega21

    Omega21 Guest

    iZotope Vinyl maybe? It's a DX plug..

    http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/vinyl/

    Todd
     
  3. Orgy

    Orgy Guest

    Think that Granulizer could make a good job for you. This plugin is part of Nuendo or SX.
     
  4. Pez

    Pez Active Member

    What Orgy said except wasn't it called Grungulizer or something like that? It'll make it sound like an old 78.
     
  5. RL Wall

    RL Wall Guest

    Steinberg Grungelizer

    VST for sure -- maybe other formats too?

    Gives it a wax 78 and thin, reedy Rudy Vallee sound -- like a megaphone Victrola.

    :cool: RW :roll:
     
  6. drbam

    drbam Guest

    Izotope's Vinyl is really nice, it just had an update and its FREE!

    drbam
     
  7. Pez

    Pez Active Member

    You can also record the scratches from an old 78. Just record the part you hear before the music starts to play, add it to your mix, and loop it. EQ to taste.
     
  8. Orgy

    Orgy Guest

    LOL...maybe I should go back to school to learn reading better :) ))
     
  9. Paladyne

    Paladyne Guest

    for protools RTAS: lofi and raygun
     
  10. Paladyne

    Paladyne Guest

    you could also try running your audio thru something with a limited frequency response, like an amplifer, to degrade the sound heavily.(plugs like amplitube, ampfarm and sansamp)
     
  11. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

    I use this one. It does well, so long as you aren't going for perfect realism, not that a lot of people know what vinyl sounds like anymore.
     

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