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I think Alex really nailed it this time.  The LF Punch does what I thought the LF Max would do, but where I totally failed to get any good sound from the bottom of my mixes with LF Max (perhaps due to my own shortcomings as an engineer or misconception of the plugin), the LF Punch sounds good no matter how you do, and it does sound analog, like that vintage tape saturated punch we had in the old days, that people nowdays pay thousands of dollars to emulate (e.g. with the Cransong HEDD).  LF Punch works on bass tracks, it works on drum tracks and it even works on entire mixes, without making the song sound muddy and without making all the treble dissapear on lower volumes, which often happens when you try to get an impressive low end using eq.  The only negative thing I can think of is that there is an obvious risk of overusing this plugin.
Mats D - Sweden

great litte plug!
Dandruff [Outburst Audio]

With Boogex I replaced my WarpVST effect - Boogex is one good and free distortion!

Finally!  Thank you!  I've remixed or remastered allot of music recently using a varity of Voxengo products and the difference is amazing.  The plugins are well designed.  From TV commercials to Fantsatic 4 trailers to Christian music to Rap - these plugins give me the sound i hear in my head.


Winston Philip @ Bangmastering.com

One of the best metering plugins around and it's free!  Thank you Voxengo for bringing superb quality plugins to the people!

Amazing...simply amazing.  I recently purchase the Mixing Suite from Cakewalk and Elephant from here.  Both purchases were made two days ago.  So far I've only used GlissEQ and Elephant, and I am amazed.  The things I thought I had to live with were made right by GlissEQ.  Elephant is superb.  It can be adjusted to 1/10th of a decible with ease.  The controls on Elephant are designed so as I adjust the knobs with the mouse the knobs move slowly on the screen.  So if I want 2.3db out I don't have to settle for 2.5 because Elephant glides smoothly to where I want it.  Aleksey Vaneev you've changed the world and don't even know it.
Jason Washington

another great tool for free. thanks!
Dandruff [Outburst Audio]

For a long time I have been searching for the perfect Sample Rate Converter - and this is as close as I have yet come.

The quality from this is , to put it bluntly, incredible.  Best of all is the fact it only uses whole numbers to do the conversions instead of the fractions used by others causing the inevitable rounding errors.  Much better to use whole numbers only.

Also, you have 2 different modes - Linear Phase and Minimum Phase.  Purists will tell you to use LinPhase as it avoids any form of Phase smearing whatsoever, but my preference is MinPhase as it sounds exactly like the Audio has been through a round trip of seriously high end Digital-Analogue-Digital converter chain.


Neil Wilkes, Opus Productions Ltd

If you need an FFT analyzer for your material, look no further than SPAN.  It's got all the settings you really need and now that the peak hold hang issue is solved, it's perfect.

Thanks again Voxengo.  I've recommended this plugin more times than I can count.


I'm a singer/songwriter working alone, and I'm no recording expert as the following will possibly prove; but I've purchased several Voxengo products and have found they have revolutionised the sound of my recordings.  I've recently downloaded the free 'Boogex' and love it.  Being a 'one bar at a time' guitarist with limited time, it allows me to record a flat, clean guitar track, and then play around with the overdrive/cabinet/mic etc later.  That's a flexibility I've never had before and it's invaluable.  The presets sound very, very good and allow the guitar to sit in the mix very quickly and easily with little twiddling, which is what I need.  The impulses included with the package are all very usable.  I had 7 guitars on my last effort, including bass, all with a Boogex as an insert.  I found them to be rather heavy on the computer, but maybe that is to be expected.  Thanks for everything and all the best for the future.
Alan Sutton