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How Do You Use PHOENIX?
Old 21st February 2007
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How Do You Use PHOENIX?

I've found this plugin to really make a difference for me. I use it on almost all channels and master, taking it off takes away "personality" on my mixes. I fear that if I had to mix without it, I'd be screwed. How do you use Phoenix? Is it bad that I rely on it so much, everything sounds so much more pro!
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Old 21st February 2007
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I don't use it at all because they refuse to make it PC VST compatible tutt

I guess they are making enough money...why try to capture revenue from the vast PC VST user base? Use a freakin iLok and be over it (if their reason for not doing PC VST is piracy)

So yes...you could infer that I would buy it and use it if it were to work on my system. In fact...I'm dying to hear it in action....
Old 22nd February 2007
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Quote:
Originally Posted by btsabq View Post
I don't use it at all because they refuse to make it PC VST compatible tutt

I guess they are making enough money...why try to capture revenue from the vast PC VST user base? Use a freakin iLok and be over it (if their reason for not doing PC VST is piracy)

So yes...you could infer that I would buy it and use it if it were to work on my system. In fact...I'm dying to hear it in action....
+1 and the ILok is no excuse because it already uses ILok
Old 22nd February 2007
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I love Phoenix too! Lately though I have been noticing that it tends to diminish transient response on some sources. I used to automatically put it on the master fader, but now I am a bit more careful.

The next time you put it on a kick listen carefully and see if you know what I mean.

Having said that it is still a great Plug-in!
Old 22nd February 2007
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I've tested it. It didn't do it for me, but I know many Slutz enjoy them. An if you achieve better results by using them, then all is good!

I use AC1/AC2, though.


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Old 22nd February 2007
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the whole point of it is to "round" the transient response
Old 23rd August 2007
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