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Voxengo Voxformer

 
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i heard about voxengo from a while by a mastering studio and then i read about them
on other forums so i decided to try first the varisaturator and i was impress of the clarity and tone.
so recently i tried the sony dymanic channel strip and i liked it so i start looking around for something similar and run into voxformer and i tried it it blew me away it has everything for shaping almost any instument and sound i used it on drums and it just sit right
especialy on my snare drums it perfect i like the fact that i can split the the frequencies on the compressers and slam them to taste and add warm
the gate is just so easy to use the de-essers works well the saturator is great it is definitely a bang for the money you can use in a whole mix also on sub or master bus
voxformer is a great tool to have at hand for seriuos audio engineers and home studios
ironhead(Es Noel)


As good as waves NLS with the option to design console saturation, tube harmonics and Tube Grit and distortion, this is THE CONSOLE EMULATOR, it is what lampthruster was trying to achieve which I still have and use often.  The sound is Exceptional and I rate voxengo FX as an alternative for musical enthusiasts who cant afford the big name FX, but voxengo FX are even better than some of the "suggested by pros" FX vsts and give many a run for their money.  Soniformer 3 is the best processor for mastering I have ever used with the only downside being the processor hit and it has an excellent vintage tape vibe
BW33


Hi Voxengo folks!  I just wanted to say thanks for the free stuff.  I've been using your EssEQ, TubeAmp, TempoDelay (LOVE this one), and StereoTouch for a while now.  I'm a VST 'hobbyist' who plays with this stuff for fun when I get a bit of spare time, but I'll never make any money from my 'tracks', I just enjoy playing for fun.  Because of the free tools from people like you, I've been able to learn about things I always thought would be out of my reach - like mastering, synth programming, etc.  I love all of this knowledge, and the ability to use my computer for stuff like this, and again, it's thanks to the amazing talent and generosity of people like you!  I wouldn't be able to get involved in this world and learn this stuff if I had to pay for the commercial products, because I can't afford them and it's not a priority to me.  Anyway, this is becoming a long message!  I just wanted to say a big 'thanks', you have honestly played a part in changing my world.
Mike McGrath 'Laserguided' - Ottawa, Canada

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