Voxengo GlissEQ - User Reviews
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,
I'm sort of new with DAW's, previously I "decided" to go with samplitude, but later found it to restrictive since it can't handle 7.1 surround (or itself without crashing), unless one looses his/her mind and cough's up $3000 for Sequoya. My choice has fallen on Reaper, which is clearly above everything I've ever likely to come across. As THE DAW it is capable of doing everything I / you could ever need, especially when combining it with Voxengo's plugins, WOW!, I mean you people are incredible, and I know that because my ears tells me so. The end result is everything that ever mattered, which is why we're all doomed, but that's another story ;o)
Hey, I'm a professional who uses a few free plugins (especially like the tube pre sim, and once upon a time I was a Boogex advocate as well) and two commercial ones. I just got Voxformer and GlissEQ. I have evaluated GlissEQ in the past and found that it really is NOTHING like any other EQ I've ever tried, I love it, no other EQ can do what it does. Amazing work there, thank you for making such a fantastic plugin.
I'm still getting to know Voxformer, but I just wanted to thank you for making such high quality plugins, ensuring cross-compatibility, putting out 64-bit versions (what is UP with other devs, get with the times people...), and putting them out at a price that isn't out of reach for those of us who aren't making a killing, just making music.
Thank you for your great work and I look forward to adding more Voxengo plugins to my collection as need requires and finances allow.
Very best regards,
Year after year after year, Voxengo Gliss remains the heavy-weight champion in all my work when it comes to surgical and dynamic EQing (linear-phase 8x oversampling settings). I repeatedly pit Gliss against new contenders. It always comes out on top, taking out Waves C4/C6 without breaking a sweat and has dominated every dynamic EQ that has emerged since. It just sounds better in every way, whether it's a shelf or a node or a low/high-pass filter. Plus it's more flexible. People don't realize that every node is potentially a powerful transient shaper. Also, the harmonic saturation mode is not to be underestimated. For thrills, I once opened Gliss EQs on every track of a mix with a wide saturation Q and a few tenths of a dB gain. It sounded better than all but one of the console emulations on the market at that point in time, crushing many expensive well know console knock-offs.
I cannot say enough good things about Gliss. It is a legendary classic in my view that may well be the end all be all of linear-phase EQs. And now that it is compatible with AAX, there's no excuse for everyone not to be using it.
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!