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My first album was an instrumental metal album with electronic instruments and orchestra crammed in and I was at wits end trying to get it up to current volume levels and not destroy the sound. I tried a number of other popular compressors\limiters that cost much more and could not get the sound I wanted. I finally tried the Elephant and I couldn't believe how simple the interface was...and how well it just worked! I've since recommeneded it to others, one friend who was in a punk band came back to me and said, "That plugin worked miracles!". I literally use the Elephant at the end of my chain for every project now. It's a given.
I also bought Soniformer that same day and I've been very happy with it's performance. It's one of the only EQ\multiband compressors I trust to hand delicate high frequencies without distortion. It's extremely powerful, though the serious control provided makes for a somewhat confusing interface. Also I wish it provided for seperate left\right channel EQing\Compression. (of course that would clutter the interface even more haha!)
After demoing everything out there Elephant stomped on everything! It's versatility and transparency is truly fantastic and it's just got better with each update.
Pretty much nothing leaves the mastering studio without Elephant on it so in that sense it's one of my most used and relied upon processor.
I've also used MSED and SPAN for years and aim to pick up VariSaturator soon.
Top class tools for a very reasonable outlay 10/10
Keep it up and many thanks for your dedication and hard work!
Ady Connor @ TRK Mastering (UK)
I am so thankful for the tools that you have made. I am able to achieve control over sound that is simply impossible with "two-knob plugins." They certainly have their place, but I prefer to understand the character of different flavors of sound and mix/transform music with conscious intention, just as songwriters do so when creating their work initially. Your tools enable me to express what I see/hear in my mind's eye/ ear.
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