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Eventide H910 Harmonizer plugin Reverb & Delay Plugins
Old 7th October 2016
  #151
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Dang - maybe I'll plead using Hardware Receipts and see....see if I can Snaffu a copy! Sound Mangeling is certainly a Blood sport, plenty of great Reverb and FX minds on this Plug!
Thanks 249$ USD = Ouch! Week late! hardware Version is what x3 that...hmmm!
Old 10th October 2016
  #152
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Check Don't Crack if you're ever looking for Eventide plugins...
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They always seem to have the best prices.
You will have to register with them to get access to their Private Deal Zone, but it is worth it!
Old 13th October 2016
  #153
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Last edited by Hardtoe; 13th October 2016 at 04:02 AM..
Old 5 days ago
  #154
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Relab vs 480 hardware

My god what i read here.

I used a real 480 and a 300l several weeks ago and comparing to relab 480 is ridiculous.

Hardware is 10 times better in every way..

I see a lot of guys doinf great work with plugins but someone who hasnt even used a 480 before should ommit the part comparing relab to hardware

For me and since protools 5 only tdm/uad reverbs sound separated from the source.

I honestly do not know how could even lexiverb and reverb one in protools 5 sound way better concerning realism and separation from source than any native reverb to this day. How can a dsp plugin (i notice this in modulations and reverbs more) sound better than native progamming when we are speaking about programing. In 1994 i would understand that, but this day???!!!!

Perhaps some programmers can shed some light on this.

Before starting to complain please do yourself a favour and compare any hd/tdm/uad reverb with a similar native one and check out the diference in a reallllll mix scenario. Not just alone. You will see that dsp reverbs you can get them louder without screwing the mix. Impossible on native reverbs

Regards

Francisco
Old 5 days ago
  #155
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Quote:
Originally Posted by easymixstudio View Post
My god what i read here.

I used a real 480 and a 300l several weeks ago and comparing to relab 480 is ridiculous.

Hardware is 10 times better in every way..

I see a lot of guys doinf great work with plugins but someone who hasnt even used a 480 before should ommit the part comparing relab to hardware

For me and since protools 5 only tdm/uad reverbs sound separated from the source.

I honestly do not know how could even lexiverb and reverb one in protools 5 sound way better concerning realism and separation from source than any native reverb to this day. How can a dsp plugin (i notice this in modulations and reverbs more) sound better than native progamming when we are speaking about programing. In 1994 i would understand that, but this day???!!!!

Perhaps some programmers can shed some light on this.

Before starting to complain please do yourself a favour and compare any hd/tdm/uad reverb with a similar native one and check out the diference in a reallllll mix scenario. Not just alone. You will see that dsp reverbs you can get them louder without screwing the mix. Impossible on native reverbs

Regards

Francisco
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