I need some info

Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by chrissugar, Jun 16, 2003.

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  1. chrissugar

    chrissugar Guest

    The Ensoniq Paris DAW has an internal mix diferent than the other workstations because they included a nonlinear algorithm and the sound is very close to the sound of analog mixing consoles. It will change the sound depending how much you push the fader on each channel.
    I read that there is a freeware VST channel strip plugin that is the exact replica of the Paris EQ and the nonlinear algorithm. Although I'm not a big fan of plugins I would like to see what this plug can do because the Paris is considered one of the best sounding DAWs by some top engineers.
    I did some search for this plug for an hour with no results. Anyone here has, used or heard about this plugin. Where can I find it? A link?

    chrissugar
     
  2. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

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    why did they stop Paris?
    Dm800 ws big also and now it is accumulating dust on here
    :(
     
  3. The Paris did always get good ink- don't know about a virtual channel strip. Doc
     
  4. chrissugar

    chrissugar Guest

    I have the response from an other forum so I will give the answer for my question here, maybe others would like to try this plugin.
    The link is http://
    I like the sound of this eq.

    chrissugar
     
  5. falkon2

    falkon2 Well-Known Member

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    Woo! More free stuff!* Falk has gotten all excited.

    Thanks for the heads up and the link. Will try out the next time I take audio out for a spin.

    *Though I do feel a little guilty staring at the "Donation" button.
     

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