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I would like to add that your free plugins are among the most useful in the world.  I regularly use MSED, SoundDelay, and others.  Just want to show my deep appreciation for your generosity.  These are not gimmicky plugins.  They are stalwart workhorses in my toolbox. ...and they sound vastly superior to Logic's plugins of similar purpose.
M Olsen


I love to use Voxengo SPAN nice job guys.It really works great.
AUDIO ENGINEER


Every guitar track I have used this plugin on sounds better than before.  The presets are absolutely fantastic and yet they don't even begin to scratch the surface of the level of customization available to you.  The fact that this is free absolutely staggers my imagination because as someone who exclusively uses free plugins this is the first I have ever downloaded and immediately looked for a donation button to express how insanely good and worthy it is.

If you play guitar you need to try this.  You can enhance your clean tone, give the gift of crunch, overdrive a signal, tweak your EQ, and just make your signal sound more like you want.

Joshua Kennedy


Voxengo Tube Amp does wonderful job for taming dynamic peaks.  So I say that Tube Amp can be used as a good bus compressor or a decent limiter.  If you raised Drive knob slightly, it would supress the peaks and would not result in any audible distortion.  If you reduced the dybamic of peaks by about 3 dB or little more, listeners would not notice audible difference between Tube Amp and expensive compressor or limiter plugins.  And the more important fact is that Tube Amp adds warm saturation of tube amp to your track.  So Tube Amp is perfect 'glue' compressor or limiter for master bus.  This is very easy solution.
JongHo


I started using your plugin, on a mastering job the other day, and realized how incredible the linear eq is, it's so smooth and doesn't just work, but the first thing I noticed was it sounds incredible, it has a ora to it I can't explain, and competes with some of my not so inexpensive hardware eq's we use, it's a incredible plugin, and worth every penny, thanks for the awesome Plugin..  We master about 5 projects a week, and this has become a go to plugin
Doug Jenkins, imixnmaster.com



Its a very transparent brickwall limiter with a very high accuracy.  I was immediately convinced at first hearing and my productions sounds much better now !
Romerium


Nice piece of software...  Like all your products!
WhiteMiasma


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I wanted to reply and let you know how much I enjoy using your products.  I run a small, professional studio in San Diego, CA and own a large plug-in library.  Voxengo products hold their own against their Waves counterparts and are always a part of the process here.  Keep up the great work, it is sincerely special in an industry inundated with garbage.

Sincerely,

David Hillshafer


I have various match EQ plugins including the one in LOGIC and the one in Ozone but this one is by far the most useful as I can export my EQ curves as .CSV files.  This means I can use them in a hardware DSP, where for example I don't want the latency.  I can also import a .csv curve, which means I can use my calibrated microphones, import their respective curves and create a recording with a totally flat response.  I can also create .csv curves Room EQ WIzard, which means I can use this as a measuring tool, then get my EQ into my software, where it is preferable to having it in hardware.  So I have created a hardware version of the ARC curve for my room on my master output.  And I have the EQ curves of various signal chains in AU/VST.  The one feature I think is missing for me is a better understanding of how the Q works on each filter band.  It would be useful to have an EQ calculator for those times when you see a fairly simple curve which you could dial into a parametric where exact EQ is not so critical.  An example of this is that I was trying to match two guitar pickups and only had limited EQ to do it.  I measured them using Curve EQ and I could see a fairly simple curve.  It would be nice to have an overlay showing potential settings for 2 or 3 band EQ that could be dialled into hardware to get a similar sound.  I am sure there is a formula somewhere to approximate EQ with a few bands of parametric but I probably wouldn't understand it ;/)
Mark Tinley


We recommend this free plugin to all user, we highly recommend it.

In the last article from best mixing techniques and Dynamic range

we posted Voxengo Spam like a useful plugin for work in your master channel.

For mastering very useful!