Originally Posted by Jeezo
My dorrough are stressing now , i have been waiting for those kinda meters only for that will try it ....cpu is my concern ....
really intelligent job ...hope it doesn't kill the sound as soon as you engage the fat ...
Please make sure we have some light on the meters (different colors will be cool) and +1 on the global bypass ...in sonar we have a button to disable all fx but i would love to make a mix and to bypass only those things to ,hear with and without ...
(Hope it's ok to Pylorca that I mention it!) I'm a beta on this and I can assure you the CPU is VERY easy!
What do you mean by "kill the sound"? That's a weird question. It's a console emulation and certainly does something (of course).
Is your sentence questioning the quality? If so, then it's insolent IMO. My observations after using it +2 weeks
It sounds incredibly good. It doesn't "kill" the sound but more what you'd expect it to do:
Add richness, a fatter bottom and punch. The output compensation works perfectly and if I want more drive, I turn it off.
The Gain adds a very, very pleasant saturation! Another highlight IMO are the filters:
These (esp. the LP filter) is BY FAR the smoothest son of a gun I ever heard!
It's so smooth that I always want to use it, just to hear the effect on what it does.
I don't have VCC to compare to but this thing does things to my mixes, that makes me feel like in ITB heaven.
Once again...the CPU is a joke
for todays standards (like his incredible SonEQ)!
On my system (OSX 10.6.7) it's very stable. I haven't noticed a single thing that seemed buggy.
Since 2010 a new era has begun...an era of indipendent, great developers that absolutely know what they're
doing and delivering highest quality for prices that change everything (to me that is).
Sonimus, the Molot
compressor and many others ARE game changers and slay many of the big brands in terms of quality...go figure.
Best of luck, Diego...you're a great guy thumbsup
A global bypass would/could be a useful function but I haven't missed it yet. If that would make things less stable or much more
CPU hungry, I'd easily say NO to it. But seems I'm in the minority, being happy for a GREAT SOUNDING and STABLE (while being low on CPU)
plugin, instead of constantly asking for "luxury features", "suggesting" things or passing on a product,
just because it's not 64Bit (which I read so often lately)....spoiled brats!