Shinechilla works great on low male vocals!
The addition of harmonics gives a bright, full sound. This is going to be my favorite VOX plug!
Bo R. Larsen, Studio Don Guanella
This is UNREAL. I cannot believe you re giving this away for free. What a wonderful tool. This has become my GOTO tool in my myriad of VST plugins. Any company that can make something like this and more-so make it free is wonderful. You have earned my respect, and soon, you will ern my money as a new customer.
Have used all the free plugins at some point in pretty much every song I have done lately.
I have collected hundreds of free plugins over the years but always turn to the voxengos.
Many thanks voxengo folk.
Peachy / Blue Mushroom Recordings
Over the years, Marquis has become my general-purpose compressor of choice. It sounds great and "musical" on almost anything, even when pushed hard. And whenever I think I've got "that sound", there's always a button or dial to take my sound even further...
Don't be put off by the looks of this compressor - this thing is a killer!
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
We recorded a select group of bands live in the studio as part of the Savannah Stopover Festival. I recorded them in the live room direct to 1/4" tape with Dolby SR. The spacial quality was pretty awesome. I couldn't keep the spacial relationship with L3. I switched to L2 and the high mids got trashy. The Sonnox sounded good but the snare kept jumping out and it wasn't the same snare I was hearing on the tape master. I tried your demo in a last ditch effort to try to convey the feeling of being there. It did just that. THANK YOU!
Peter Mavrogeorgis, Dollhouse Productions
Voxengo Elephant is a limiter in a class of its own. It's a magnificent tool for shaping the sound.
What a cool tool!
The Voxengo GlissEQ was often the rescue, if frequencies did not, what they should ;-)
GlissEq does a super job, if a raising or lowering permanently sucks. For this the adjustable dynamics are just right!
As always, the new plug-ins downloaded and installed quickly and easily -- and they sound excellent. The LF Max Punch really does a great job -- better than I usually get using a series of filters, compressors, and distortion tools. And I am very impressed with Soniformer -- love the fact that ratios can be smaller than 1:1 making it an expander where needed. And of course the incredible flexibility of compression/expansion across the audio spectrum is amazing.
Dennis "Sound-Guy" Wilkins, Colorado USA
I've used Redunoise a lot in our current project to reduce background noises of outdoor recordings and to separate sounds employing specific frequency range. Tweakability makes Redunoise more than just a noise reduction tool. This is the utlimate sound designers EQ I've always wanted, never thought I'd find it labelled as noise reduction tool.