During the last few years I replaced a lot of mixing outboard with Voxengo Plugins, simply because they sound better.
Voxengo Curve EQ has replaced nearly every digital or analog EQ I own (except the Focusrite stuff) and the various tubesim and saturation plugins have made my Telefunken tape machine obsolete.
Since I use Voxengo Pristine Space / Boogex all my guitar and bass amplifiers start to rot slowly in their corner, only being used for capturing impluses sometimes.
There certainly is still some use for my old stuff, but not too much since I have my Voxengo Plugins.
Spasibo Aleksey! And many thanks to all the guys that are creating such wonderful products! I'm using plenty of plug-ins of many other sound effect companies, but since the time I come across the "Voxengo" ones there's no a single number/song of mine that I wouldn't want to use these outstanding plug-ins in my tracks/mixes. I'm not talking about the price, because in my opinion considering their sound, easiness of use, in comparison with other overpriced products from other sites... - they are "free". I'm impatiently waiting for your other stuff you'll come up with, I'm sure that they're going to be the same sound with a soul and as fantastic as they are now.
With a high respect I'm removing my hat before you guys.
I've only been using Voxengo mastering plugins for a short time, and already they have become a core inclusion in all of my new projects and in many of my old ones.
I've been able to re-release clearer, brighter, smoother versions of tracks that I thought could never be lightened-up.
My listeners have already sent me glowing feedback about the quality and spacialization of my new and re-released mixes, since having incorporated Voxengo products.
I use almost the whole array of products in different combinations in different productions with fanastic results... though it's hard not to go overboard!
While some plugins are "too subtle to be heard", there's no question they modify the /feeling/ of the music; more solid, more smooth, and more enjoyable!
I plan to purchase the remaining pieces missing from my collection in the near future.
Thanks Voxengo, for sweet sounds and sweet deals.
- Voxengo Elephant and Soniformer review in Headliner, Germany (Autumn-Winter, 2011)
- Sound engineer Jochem van der Saag's ("right hand" of David Foster) interview to Sound On Sound, UK (April, 2009). Mentions Voxengo GlissEQ 2, Analogflux Tape Bus, Pristine Space, Soniformer.
- Voxengo Elephant 2, CurveEQ, GlissEQ 2, Lampthruster, Voxformer, Soniformer 2 review in SoundMaker, Greece (November, 2004)