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I use FL Studio and I love all the Voxengo Plugins :) !  At the moment "Sobor" is my go to reverb!  Thanks!
FM


Slick GUI, variety of settings, great sound, competitive price.  I honestly couldn't have asked for more.  Here's a quick review.

- What I like:

All Voxengo plugins have signature GUI which is very convenient and modern-looking, plus it allows me to quickly and easily find and adjust settings on different Voxengo plugins without the need to readapt to another GUI.  I consider it a huge advantage over many other developers who simply copy hardware interface with rust and screws and all, without adapting it to "modern world".

Sound-wise it's also great and flexible, nothing to add here.

- What I'd add to this plugin:

Visual representation of tape EQs which are available in this plugin.  It can be like a floating window when you scroll between impulse modes, just to get a basic idea of what different modes do (I know it's displayed in the manual, but it would still be a nice addition, I think).

Anton


I try to avoid and have working at the same times, 2 Reason senses (Audition and Vision).

But when my Audition is a bit lost, Vision comes in and SPAN Plus is always laying at the back of my session.

It helps me to work faster and get back on tracks quicker.

When my students ask me a good Analyzer I say : SPAN.

Christophe Chapelle, Sinetracks Mastering, Toulouse, France


This compressor is so good, so easy to use, so forgiving even at higher levels of gain reduction.  It's become my go to compressor while tracking.  And the subtle saturation when it's pushed is sooo good!  Most times I don't even think to change the attack and release settings.  I also have the Marquis Compressor which might be more versatile (maybe, but Crunchessor is already so versatile), but this one's so easy to dial in.
tonstwo


r8brain does exactly what you expect.  Quality software.  The non-existing startup time made me smile.  Some people still know how to write software that doesn't suck.
Edvin Holm



Even knowing the Brazilian reality in which it is very difficult to buy equipment and plugins because of the high dollar and the devaluation of our currency..I came back here to say how grateful I am to the voxengo family, it all started with the E bus Limiter and after some time waiting I managed to buy the Elephant!  Dear friends, how worth it!  It is unique and simple to use, my customers love it when I use it!  I've tested many plugins and what's on the market today and I haven't seen any doing what this good friend does!  Thank you voxengo for the great help with my work!  Big hug
Filipi Marcos de Souza


I was having a difficult time finding a decent-sounding reverb plug-in to use on the professional orchestral recordings that I do.  There are plenty of plug-ins out there that will go up to 96kHz/24bit, but I record at 192kHz/24bit and reverb plug-ins that work at that resolution are both rare and expensive.  I've been down-sampling to 96/24 to use a reverb plug-in that I like for mixing, but I would rather work in the native resolution of 192/24 that I record at to keep the fidelity as high as possible.  I have other Voxengo products that I use on a regular basis (Elephant, SPAN Plus, PrimeEQ, Warmifier) but I never thought to try any of the Voxengo reverbs.  I purchased OldSkoolVerb Plus and I used it on an orchestral recording gig I had last month.  I was truly blown away at how smooth and natural-sounding the tails were that I was getting just starting with the presets.  The description for OldSkoolVerb Plus warns about possible 'metallic' sounds using the spatialization mode.  I didn't find any artifacting at all in my use.  And the fact that Voxengo plug-ins are sample-rate independent meant I didn't have to worry about any compatibility issues either.  OldSkoolVerb Plus is my new go-to for a world-class sounding reverb.
Patrick Dobrinen


Nothing comes close to the Elephant's release settings.  That thing can give you punch and loudness at the same time...

Elephant is my goto Final Limiter since... i cannot remember how long.  It is on every masters I do.  From Carl Craig to Moodymann to ProleteR to....  Everywhere.

Christophe Chapelle, Sinetracks Mastering, Toulouse, France


Using it since nearly 7 years now...You need punch & micro-pumping to bring back to life beat's articulation, Polysquasher is THE TOOL.
Christophe Chapelle, Sinetracks Mastering, Toulouse, France


This was one of my favorite free guitar amp sims in version 1.  I wasn't too crazy about version 2, but Voxengo 3 is an awesome update of the original, excellent for any sound you can imagine in your head, endlessly tweakable on account of the parametric EQ tonestack that replaces the usual preset bass-mid-treble-presence layout.  The sound engine is a major quality upgrade to an already great sounding amp sim, and the new dynacab feature, while a little confusing until you RTM, really adds depth to the speaker possibilities, including loading your own IRs.

Here is my video demo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKKMolMmPeM

Rich Rath