Andy Sneap EZmix Pack
Would you want one-click settings for a variety of mix and recording scenarios that transformed your DI signals to match the sound of one of the most influential metal producers of the past two decades? A speed dial to a plethora of the guitar and bass tones heard on some of the heaviest records in modern time? Continue.
This expansion for EZmix 2 was personally designed by British superstar producer Andy Sneap. It focuses primarily on guitar and bass tones but also includes a selection of settings for lead vocals, background vocals and drums. Over the last couple of decades, Andy's mixes have seen him rise to international fame, lent him work on albums by some of the biggest names in modern metal and overall, his skills have had an instrumental role in shaping the sound of metal as we know it in the new millennium. Andy's discography reads like a who's who in recent metal history and includes the likes of DevilDriver, Saxon, Testament, Exodus, Accept and Killswitch Engage, to name a few.
The included guitar and bass tones were emulated and EQ-matched against the source material from some of the most noted productions in his extensive catalogue. The end result presents a jaw-dropping similarity and gives you a multitude of options for bass guitar as well as clean, rhythm and lead guitar. Add to that Andy's custom settings for various lead vocals, background vocals and drums and you'll have a set of extremely powerful audio shaping tools that will add a new dimension to your songs.
No amps, no cabs, no hassle. Just you, your song and a great mix. By yourself – and Andy Sneap.
They probably should have called the main product something like Quick Ass Presets instead of the ShamWow-esque moniker, EZ Mix. Then again, the company name, associated with many a brutal metal production : TOONtrack
Bah to the naysayers. I'm all for EZMix. When I want to sit and tweak plugins I'll do it. When I'm trying to rough a song together I'd rather focus on writing riffs than dialing in plugins. Set it and forget it. Get a sound and go.