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Any use for digital recording and plugins?

Hey Phill,

Congrats on the new book, I will be picking it up ASAP. I have a million questions just like a lot of other users, but I wanted to know what you thought of digital recording and plugins and how (if you have) implemented it into your workflow.

Thanks and once again, congratulations on the book.
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Hey Phill,

Congrats on the new book, I will be picking it up ASAP. I have a million questions just like a lot of other users, but I wanted to know what you thought of digital recording and plugins and how (if you have) implemented it into your workflow.

Thanks and once again, congratulations on the book.
I am a massive fan of Analogue. I have been around Digital since it came out in 1979, but apart from the 32 track Mitsubishi I thought most digital gear in the 1980's sounded rough - brittle top-end and light bass.
However it did finally improve (2005) and now we are all using it. How did we make records without Pro-tools etc. I still prefer the sound of Analogue and I almost never use plug-ins. I dislike 'tuned' vocals.
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