The invention of digital audio recordings liberated sound engineers in many ways which were not possible in the analog era. Even with all the tools at one’s fingertips, musicians and engineers sorely missed the sound and sonics of earlier recordings. The magic that the recording mediums imparted by default and one which was taken for granted.
Ive been interested in transparent gear and processors lately, and just wondering what the most transparent plugins are that your using. I think i would say the fabilter compressor, and ozone eq are probably mine. The fab limiter has a bit of a gloss to it to me I'm not sure if its as transparent as the ozone limiter but i do like it. I haven't used it yet but i think the softube Weiss comp/limiter/maximizer will probably be more transparent than ozone or fab.
Mixing with Samplitude - You & Me & The Radio
I've been doing this for a while. Once or twice a year, I like to download free tracks and mix them. It gives me a chance to adapt to different recording qualities and mind set. I mostly mix my own stuff, so I think it's a good exercise to do.. If you want to join me, download the tracks and send me links to your mixes. Human Radio - 'You & Me & The Radio' Pop/Rock Downloaded here : https://www.cambrid…
Hey, Guys Tone Empire released a new plugin , Its called Model 5000 ( API 2500 x 2 clone? ), Its free for the first 15 days. They are running it on Intro Sale - $49 ( Original Price: $99 ). I think its a good deal.
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I hope this trend continues! It also lends some very interesting possibilities to retrofit classic gear. Check it out!
If I'm running a session with a 64 sample buffer, then i instantiate a plugin with a 64 sample latency spec on my live input, does that mean that the latency i experience would be based on 128 samples? Or does the plugin latency get "absorbed" by the session buffer and i would only experience the 64 samples of latency?
So close to what I'm searching for, I wonder if there would be a solution. I'm aware that it would be almost a miracle if I success.
Mac user, I have an old PC Cubase session. I really want to work again on that song. In the first place, I want to rebuild it (the old version is great to me).
I know the plugins that I used at the time (they're installed on my computer), but I don't know the precise sounds I used, among hundreds.
I use Cubase and I'm trying out various analog sequencer-style free plugins in order to create Tangerine Dream Berlin school short MIDI monophonic note sequences. One thing that seems to be missing is the facility to continuously modulate the gate (note) length. For example, the Sequencair plugin has a gate knob for each note which enables the length to be altered from 0-100% or from silent to a note tie to the next note.. This knob can be assigned to a MIDI controller and thereby continuously modified as the sequence plays - but only for that single note in the sequence.