I like it very much, editable and looks great.
Very handy to see the waves.
Oh ye, it's free.
Thanks for a excellent wav recorder,I love the quality and I render complete songs with it... Many kind thanks and blessings ahead.
I'm using Elephant for years now, and I'm a very satisfied customer. I'm not an engineer, just a musician, and Elephant helps me to finish my backing tracks before the gigs, and give them the power needed for a big nice sound. To be honest, as I said, I'm not an sound engineer, and never tried to work with the settings, as I don't know what they do. I just use the presets and everything is just fine.
I wanted to express my gratitude to the developper for this wonderful plug-in, which by the way is not expensive, and is doing miracles, at least for me.
Thank you sir, thank you...
Want to say thanks. I'm using Soundtoys Devil-Loc on a VI Tenor Sax and needed not to crush the transients. This is perfect solution.
Sean Mullaly Canada
Curve EQ was the very first "match" EQ plugin I ever bought and it quickly became a real "go to" plugin for me..one I know I can depend on while mixing / mastering, as well as during the pre-mix sound design phase. The information Curve displays, along with it's "matching" feature, enables sounds to be crafted quicker than any other EQ plugin I've used in the past.. and I don't intend buying any other any time soon.
In a market bloated with 'emulations' of classic gear, it's rare to find juicy sounding plugins that capture the best qualities of 'classic', offer some flexibility and don't break the bank. In the universe of more tweakable plugins, here too only a few offerings stand out.
After years of working with hundreds of plugins from numerous companies, I've found only a handful of offerings that keep me coming back. One of those companies that still hold a top spot is Voxengo. Their plugins are 'analog' without being slavishly limited to a given hardware model; flexible but not overloaded with 'feature bloat'; affordable without sacrificing sound quality; and have excellent & consistent GUIs to work with. A winning combination.
There is definitely a place for well designed emulations of classic gear, but when you require some flexibility and/or modernity, Voxengo is great choice. Their uniform GUIs also promote actually listening to the music!
Voxengo also has an easy robust activation system (no dongles), exceptional reliability (I've never had a Voxengo plugin crash my DAW in 14 years) and full 64 bit floating point processing*.
George Piazza - Fly Mastering, Tomb of the Mysteries, Royal Falcon Service
Hi, Voxengo Team, I am one of those who use your plugin called the "Voxengo OldskoolVerb". This is by far the best reverb plugin I've used so far. Thank you for creating such very useful tools for recording aficinados like us.
James Jitotowani (Philippines)
I've tried every mastering eq and limiter, and find Elephant and Gliss are absolute beasts in mastering. Elephant is easily as transparent as the L2 or ProL, and is priced super competitively. Also, I find the numeric 'crest factor' readout to be very helpful. Gliss has a great analyzer and is very aesthetic even for deep mid range cuts. These two get regular use in my mastering studio.
I want to say thank you, I needed an analyzer, universal and Span turned out to be so. With its display of accurate and true values.
I have tried many mastering plugins, most of them more expensive than the Voxengo range, some of them several times the price. Having tried the demo versions of Elephant and Gliss EQ, I was struck by the transparency of their sound, the ease of use, and most of all, by the overall sound quality, which exceeds that of anything else I have tried. Elephant increases the loudness of the mix, but somehow avoids making it sound compressed, while Gliss EQ adds a wonderful, subtle sheen. I have just subscribed to Voxengo Premium, and will be using more of your products in future.