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Voxengo Pristine Space
User's Manual: English
I mainly use Marquis and Pristine Space light. For me Marquis is one of the best comps out there since it covers a lot of different compressor types and it's very tweakable. Pristine Space has all I want in a convolution plug. I also have some of the more expensive stuff in my plugin folder but Voxengo holds its ground and gets used in every mix I do.
I must say I really like this approach to plugins. Feature rich, plain but useful GUI's and some unique ideas. Not to forget the fair prices.
Keep up the good work!
During the last few years I replaced a lot of mixing outboard with Voxengo Plugins, simply because they sound better.
Voxengo Curve EQ has replaced nearly every digital or analog EQ I own (except the Focusrite stuff) and the various tubesim and saturation plugins have made my Telefunken tape machine obsolete.
Since I use Voxengo Pristine Space / Boogex all my guitar and bass amplifiers start to rot slowly in their corner, only being used for capturing impluses sometimes.
There certainly is still some use for my old stuff, but not too much since I have my Voxengo Plugins.
Gregor Hennig - Le Chatelet Music Production Studio Hamburg Altona, Germany
It's pretty simple why Voxengo plugins are so good - Alexsey has a better ear compared to other developers.
His plugins sound so 'musical'. I've used many other plugins that technically perform their designed function, yet somehow just don't sound good.
I now have a whole set of expensive plugins that are just taking up drive space. They simply don't sound as good as thier Voxengo counterparts.
Mark Briody, guitarist for Jag Panzer (Century Media Records)
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