I just wanted to say thank you for your great products! They are among the very best plug-ins I have tried and used. In particular, I would like to tell you that the Warmifier is absolutely brilliant. I applied it to several tracks on a classical violin solo CD which I recorded with one of Canada's leading violinists. Due to the nature of the violin sound on those tracks, a bit thin and cold to my liking (it so happened that the recording space the violinist provided was far from ideal), I decided to apply the Warmifier - and was stunned! The changes I made were subtle but quite significant. And now we have a beautifully sounding instrument throughout. Thank you again.
Thanks for this excellent free tool! I've used it for many years on every project, it is easy to use and does the job as well as any other m/s tool, commercial ones included.
So, many thanks for your generosity :)!
I use Voxengo Elephant on Linux (kxStudio 16.04) in Ardour via LinVST.
I pretty much use it in all my mixes in the master strip. If you don't drive it into insane compression, it performs very well, you can't hear it but you're forever safe from clipping. Best practice seems to be to use a multiband compressor first to create a transparent master, and then apply a little bit of loudness and limiting with the Elephant.
A valuable tool for me which I use every day. Great!
You´ve got great plugins. Smart, good looking, sophistique, clear to use, low CPU...etc. but first of all - they got unique style. Dont´start "copy" any classic effects, tape machines, or just anything. Just keep your own style and way to make plugins, there is so many copymakers in the business...
All the best for the New Year 2018!
I'm using this on Linux (kxStudio 16.04 64bit) via the WinVST adaptor. Finally a way to run VSTs in a very stable way. Well, not all VSTs, but all from Voxengo that I use so far.
The Voxformer turned out to be my bread & butter workhorse. On pretty much all vocals I mix, I use the Voxformer compressor and de-esser. Since I do mostly live recordings, I got plenty of not-so-optimal SM58 and alike mics, which may also benefit from the Presence function in Voxformer.
I also use it on bass and drums sometimes, depending on my needs. Overall, I must say now that I found a way to run Voxengo plugins on Linux reliably, the Voxformer is the best vocal channel you can get for the price.