Gotta tell ya--the Booger, er, Boogex came close to saving a session recently. I got some tracks to mix from a guy who had multiple-mic'ed his heavy guitar cabs, but all out-of-phase, and honesty not thick of beefy, and just plain fizzy. Yuck... after a couple of mix attempts with heavy EQ, I kind of gave up as 'good enough'. But, driving home while listening I got the idea of using the Boogex as a cab emulator on the rhythm tracks, and after only about 5 minutes of adjusting I had a huge tone going on, and one that really fit the style. I'm gonna put up a couple samples on my website ASAP just to demonstrate how cool the Boogex is in real-life situations like this!
Great stuff all-around, man--love it.
Just a note (while I am mixing) to thank you for your wonderfully musical and intuitive plugins. I am primarily involved with recording acoustic flute. The demands of transparency and musicality in an eq for this purpose are extraordinary. I have found that Gliss EQ meets the challenge and has resulted in a marked improvement of (and satisfaction with) my final sound. Bravo!
Sincerely and with gratitude,
Analogflux Suite just made my harmony vocals awesome. TapeBus alone is worth the price of admission - this brought a nice warmth to my backing vocals & joined them all together in the same space instead of sounding like several isolated tracks. They blend beautifully with lead vocals now & sit perfectly in the mix just behind lead vocals
I put the 'vintage' Chorus on the harmony vocals & added the Impulse spring reverb on them & the backing vocals are now perfect.
The Delay won't be used every day, but when you want an old school analog delay - this is the one to use. It even syncs to the beat of your project.
Thanks for all your awesome work Voxengo!
I just have to convey my absolute joy with the pristine transparency and accuracy afforded by combining polysquasher and elephant at the end of my mastering chain.
This combination is a standout for acoustic instruments and has no equal in the software domain.
Bravo to you and thank you for your work...
This last week, I upgraded one of my computers from Windows XP to Win7. I did this by completely reformatting my partition, and installing everything from scratch.
When it came time to install and authorize all my Voxengo plugs, I was delighted to find something no regular user encounters on a day to day basis - that there is a means to authorize all my licensed Voxengos in a single action. That is some very clever and very considerate programming, and greatly appreciated by someone faced with the tedious task of installing and authorizing dozens of programs and plugins.
Voxengo plugins are an integral part of my working process now, and just about everything I turn out has been touched in one way or another by your work. Thanks very much for the great sound, and the little touches that are the product of great programming.