Voxformer is my first call channel strip for vocals. I use a MOTU 828 MKII as the pre-amp stage for a Rode NT-1A and route it through Creamware Scope via ADAT into Cubase SX3 or Sonar 4PE and Antares Mic-Modeler. I generally create a preset for each vocalist and call that up for recording.
I cannot tell you how amazing this sounds. It sounds better than the UA-LA, Avalon and Focusrite hardware. Hard to beleive but the recordings are the proof. Amazingly, it does this for a ridiculously low price point by comparison. I have been skeptical that plug-ins could sound so great, but the proof is that the hardware sits on the shelf and when clients come in all I have to do is load up their presets and we're ready to go in a flash. I have also used Voxformer and Mic-Modeler to match recordings done in other studios with high end hardware. While this takes a bit of time it is amazing that a convincing match can be done with the software only.
I like this plug a lot. The ability to load IRs is a very nice touch. This amp sim is very very good at making outrageously distorted f'**ked up guitar sounds like Hendrix at Monterey, the Stooges or "I heard her call my name" by Velvet Underground. It's also capable of some very nice retro "dirty-clean" sounds.
It's perhaps not ideal for faceless hi-fi wall of distorted guitars like all those American nu-rock bands, but that's not my bag anyway.
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fantastic absolutly fantasic !!!!
Une qualté extraordinaire à la disposition de tous, je n'en crois pas mes oreilles -ou mes yeux-
Les vieilles marmittes font les meilleurs plats!
A recomander sans modération.
One of the truly impressive features of PristineSpace is the ability to perform Serial Convolution. This is so useful I cannot begin to overstae it, so perhaps an example will be better.
Imagine if you will being able to load up to 8 different impulses, and feed the output of Impulse 1 to the input of impulse 2, and so on down the chain! This could allow you to use any combination you choose. Up to 8 in a chain for mono, 4 for stereo, or 2 for True stereo.
The possibilities are limitless.
Though I'm not a professional composer the music takes a big place in my life. With Analogflux plugins it has now new breath and dimension. It is especially pleasant considering my own work on its graphical interface design. I've noticed that people out there pay lot of attention to TapeBus, and I suppose that there are more great plugins than just TB.
For example Chorus is just the best of its kind! And the delay, has yet simple but unique sound I've never found with any other plugins.
I'm a music producer from new york.i always master my tracks at the studio with hardware.But When it's time to make the final mix/master and digitally edit the final track.
I only Use the best of the Best.And let me tell you.Since i started Using the Voxengo Mastering Plugins.My Tracks Just Keep Sounding Better/crispy And The Final Results Are Just Amazing.
When Mastering my Music At The Ny Studio.I used the "Voxengo HarmoniEQ" To make the track more superior and to boost out some hidden KHZ for really stunnin results.
i only used the best mastering plugins.and by that i mean "voxengo Mastering Vst plugins"...
Voxengo Pristine Space Light: