Having bought voxformer I slapped it on a vocal track of my current project. And it worked out fine. Funny thing is that from now on my mouse pointer kind of automatically moves to voxformer when vocal tracks are involved in ANY project. As soon as voxformer is inserted on slot 1 I sort of I relax, twiddle the EQ, turn on the one-knob compressor and - like magic - most of the work is done ... fast and efficient. Having a good starting point on the vocals I can concentrate creative part of mixing. Meanwhile voxformer starts sneaking into my guitar tracks, etc.
Thanks for such a great tool!
Dr. Max, Germany
I've been using Voxformer since I believe 1.5 and after living with it a good while it's still the first thing I pull up for any vocal track. Tuning of the parallel comps is quick and easy and allows for properly fitting a vocal in a mix in very little time without resorting to traditional eq. It's a feature rich plug and everything in it is solid and passes the test of time with me - there's nothing that gets the 'avoid' label. It's suprisingly good on acoustic instruments - often the first thing I pull up for them as well. The oversampling mode gives very solid sounding highs. For vocals I'll often run a tape sim plug before VF plus another comp after VF as a slow leveler and this combination always delivers the goods. VF is one of six plugs (others being from Antares, Celemony, Magix, RAL) I consider to be 'mission critical'.
Just wishing Voxengo happy holidays. Also I can not thank you enough for the free DLs, friends & clients are blown away from the quality of my mixes. I am definately going to purchase all of the products I need from Voxengo in the future. Happy holidays from Joe at Big Dummy Recording