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Hi All,

I had always been a sceptical about Match Function.  Whenever I tryed it, it never did a trick.  No matter which plug-in I used - Steinberg's FreeFilter or Voxengo's CurveEQ - for me it was the way to destroy a mix, not to cure it.  I still prefer coming back to the mix to applying global EQ, but...  Today, I was working on a song which had two lead male vocals.  I was quite happy with a sound of the first vocal, but the second one...  I had tryed everything: different EQs, Exiters, Enhansers...nothing worked out.  At least, for the sake of a joke, I decided to match them.  Had chosen similar emotional parts of the vocals I analysed the first one, then matched it to the second one and hit Play.  And a miracle happened!!!  What I heard was exactly what I was looking for (well, with two small tweaks).  With CurveEQ it was so easy!  I just want to say - Thanks Aleksey! (sounds like a rhyme :-))

Cheers,

Vitaly.


hehe funny, i just recently used it for matching to female singers, was very happy too. the Spectrumatch is also very very good for matching the bassline and bassdrum against each other in a song so that they dont clear´em out themself. i do it like this: analyse the Basslinesound first (i wanna make the compromis on this one and modify it later) then analyse the bassdrum sound as second, save it as a preset, then switch back to the basslinesound and apply the EQ there.  Now you have a perfectly sitting bassrange in your song where both bassline and bassdrum are defined and add each other.

Hm-m, interesting, I'll try it tomorrow.  Thanks for a tip.


Hi could you please explain this trick a little further?  I don't quite understand how you are doing it.  Why do you analyze the bassline first, do you not save this is a preset?  At which point do you match the two?  If you could do a step by step that would be great.

Thanks

Jesse


hi, look at this thread at the bottom: http://www.voxengo.com/phorum/read.php?f=1&i=185&t=185
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