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UAD Lexicon 480L vs Relab 480L
Old 13th June 2019
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Originally Posted by DCMIX View Post
As someone who owns NEITHER but is faced with a black friday sale at Relab...i am faced with a dilemma.

I have used UAD stuff since it came out in 2002ish. They have always done a killer job of emulations. My new room is still being finished so my DAW is down at the moment.

Just wondering if i should stay with UA on the 480 or try out Relab.

What to do.........what to do.....
Spend your money on Nebula and some reverbs for it. The nebula reverbs are just far and away the best. Soon as I put in a HD hall, holy smokes, the depth and feel was like no algo verb I've ever heard. Needless to say, all my algo reverbs will now gather virtual dust.
Old 13th June 2019
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Spend your money on Nebula and some reverbs for it. The nebula reverbs are just far and away the best. Soon as I put in a HD hall, holy smokes, the depth and feel was like no algo verb I've ever heard. Needless to say, all my algo reverbs will now gather virtual dust.
I can’t speak to UAD but you might try Transatlantic Plate. It sounds amazing.
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I can’t speak to UAD but you might try Transatlantic Plate. It sounds amazing.
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