Recently purchsed the Pristine Space Lite (just in time I see!!). I really like it. Just sounds much more real to me and I've tried a bunch of reverbs freebies and demos the last few months. Doesn't leave a "ring" behind.
I've also been also searching for something that sounded good with Acoustic guitar and the Pristine did the job. The long reverbs sounded much better to me than many others. It also seems stronger to me using it in the Aux track of Sonar thus giving me less dry and more verb. Can't wait to get the Impuls Modeler.
All-in-all I'm glad I got it and looking forward to learning the controls better.
Voxengo's plugins have always had a fabulous transparent sound which has become part of the Calamity Studio work process. Gliss is our 'got to' channel EQ, Soniformer and Elephant are part of our regular mastering chain.
But now that Aleksey is leading the way by providing x64 supported versions of all his new plugs we will be purchasing every new release from now on.
Voxengo VSTs have become such a critical part of my mixing environment that I will never have a mix on my computer without them!!!
Aboslutely incredible how these VSTs mimic the sonic purity of the greatest analog gear ever invented...
Voxengo VSTs are the answer for any lacking mix. If you are not using these plugins, then you are missing out on the best sounding products available in VST format, bar none!!!
- Sound engineer Jochem van der Saag's ("right hand" of David Foster) interview to Sound On Sound, UK (April, 2009). Mentions Voxengo GlissEQ 2, Analogflux Tape Bus, Pristine Space, Soniformer.
- Voxengo CurveEQ review in Sound On Sound, UK (March, 2003)
- Voxengo Pristine Space review in Keyboards, Germany (April, 2004)