Just bought this today! Definately helping to warm things up this winter. Thanks for the great programming and intro-pricing. Now I know I have bugged you about this before, but have you any ideas to an approach simulation tape-saturation? PSP Vintagewarmer is nice, but does not sound like tape to me, too harsh. Magneto by Steinberg works *ok*, but only on drums, I don't think it sounds good enough on other sources and definately not on the summing buss. I can't try out the Cranesong Phoenix since I do not use ProTools. It seems the effect could be broken down into some alteration of phase to smear the sound slightly, a little eq, compressing the highest frequencies, and adding some 2nd order harmonics (others too?). Warmifier sounds great so far on my VSTis and guitar, but I still think nothing beats drums overloading on tape. I have tried using Studer tape impulses in combination with the Soniformer tape-compression setting, but this involves much latency and cpu. I would be happy to help in any way developing a solution (mainly in providing info). Anyway, kudos on the very quick development of Warmifier!
PS- a bit off topic, but have you considered making any of your other plugins besides CurveEQ skinable? I am a fan of your simple and easy to read GUIs but I would love to play around with the graphics on warmifier or any other plugins (of course I would upload any skins to you).
Glad you liked Voxengo Warmifier! I don't plan to implement skins for any other plug-ins, sorry for that.
As for tape saturation, again, I don't know of a way to create it. First of all, I don't have any vintage tape machine here with me, and secondly I've never seen any indepth research of such gear. So, can't say anything for sure right now.
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