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jBranam
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yeah brentrains... i just came here to tell hibidy that i downloaded the demo tonight and all the hype on that RED is NOT hype. it is the BEST compressor i have ever heard also. the bottom end is amazing. i know it is according to each comp plug available on the market and they all pretty much sound different from clear and transparent to crunchy and aggressive but for the most part they all detract from the whole in some way... hence the make up gain to try and remedy. but this RED belts it out. nice mids, full bottom end and crystal top. i can see why Chris Lord-Alge loves the Focusrite Red Face compressor and i can clearly see what all the hub bub is about over at Gearsluts about the VBC. i used the Rack on a mix bus in conjunction with the RC-Tube console on a diddy that i have been working on and ALL i can say is... I AM IN LOVE!

i THOUGHT i liked the Pure Compressor by Flux and it is nice and transparent and is a GREAT buy for $55... but compared to the VBC and that RED... it not only isn't in the same league... it ain't even in the same area code. i WILL find a way to get the VBC for $99 because i will never be able to afford the full $249. i look at it this way... with my RC-Tube console, the VBC mix bus compressors AND the KMT inside of S1... i will be set up. all my other plugs are great for tweaking tracks and instruments... but those three are gonna be a mainstay.

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i5 Dual Core w/6 Gb RAM (Lap)
Studio One Pro 2.6.2
Focusrite 2i2, Audiobox USB
RODE NT-1A, MXL 910, Audio Technica Pro63, CAD C9 & TSM411

Slate Digital RC-Tube Console based on the RCA BC-6B Radio Desk, Slate Digital Virtual Bus Compressors, Waves Kramer Master Tape, Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter, Abbey Road Reel ADT, Melda Productions MAutoDynamicEQ and the Slate Digital FG-X (My Base Foundation Plugins) and a few other trinkets...





Most great things American came out of American garages. That fact alone bums me out 'cause I don't have a garage! ~Knot Hardly

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hibidy
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I'm not hearing it with the standard youtube fare. I'm like......er, my compressors can do that and I don't have to have an ilok and worry about pace deleting my licenses.

EDIT, nope, ilok2 required for demo. Nope, I'll hold fast.

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jBranam
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i don't think so... they send you a code to enter into the ilok software manager and if plug is installed S1 has a pop up window asking for activation. i know youtube ain't the best sound but at 720p or better you get decent representation. but i was gonna say... to support what i said previously... i am nobody... i am a noob... i don't know much but i DO know my ears. for heaven's sake don't trust my words or anyone else's but try it on your systems and use your own judgement. your ears will note the difference i think compared to other stuff. sadly i used to think my 'analog' emulations were good. yes i bit the bullet and did what i swore i would never do... but i do not regret getting the ilok2 dongle. just have to remember to remove the damn thing during thunderstorms.

this was not directed solely at you hi although i did answer your question first... but for anyone interested... please don't take my word... try it for yourselves and make up your own minds. but you have to give it a try i think.

here is a link to a decent video review of it. run it up to 720p and just listen to the harmonics produced. try to ignore the bottom end (which ain't easy)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ1Z4AKutho

and trust me... this video DOES NOT do it justice but it can give you an idea.
Jay


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i5 Dual Core w/6 Gb RAM (Lap)
Studio One Pro 2.6.2
Focusrite 2i2, Audiobox USB
RODE NT-1A, MXL 910, Audio Technica Pro63, CAD C9 & TSM411

Slate Digital RC-Tube Console based on the RCA BC-6B Radio Desk, Slate Digital Virtual Bus Compressors, Waves Kramer Master Tape, Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter, Abbey Road Reel ADT, Melda Productions MAutoDynamicEQ and the Slate Digital FG-X (My Base Foundation Plugins) and a few other trinkets...





Most great things American came out of American garages. That fact alone bums me out 'cause I don't have a garage! ~Knot Hardly

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here is another i just watched. don't know if you know this guy from his site but i tend to trust him... from his religious beliefs for one and another... i have found he doesn't hype anything. he doesn't throw a sales pitch as some do. he tries real hard to help the home studio fanatic. but the reason i post this one... again set it to 720p... but this shows EXACTLY what impressed me the most.... he doesn't even use the compressors at all. he does not turn a single knob in this video. he just turns the damn things on. PERIOD! he just passes the audio through only two of the compressors. it reminds me of my old Akai reel-to-reel... even without recording... just running audio into it just made things sound better. (i wish i had kept that old reel) once again... just listen to the harmonics.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qM_x9rJl8VE

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Jay


Window$ Pro 7 64-bit
AMD 965 Quad Core w/ 16 Gb RAM (Desk)
i5 Dual Core w/6 Gb RAM (Lap)
Studio One Pro 2.6.2
Focusrite 2i2, Audiobox USB
RODE NT-1A, MXL 910, Audio Technica Pro63, CAD C9 & TSM411

Slate Digital RC-Tube Console based on the RCA BC-6B Radio Desk, Slate Digital Virtual Bus Compressors, Waves Kramer Master Tape, Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter, Abbey Road Reel ADT, Melda Productions MAutoDynamicEQ and the Slate Digital FG-X (My Base Foundation Plugins) and a few other trinkets...





Most great things American came out of American garages. That fact alone bums me out 'cause I don't have a garage! ~Knot Hardly

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oldblood wrote: What happened to pushing the envelope?
My Lawnmower finally kicked the bucket, and I'd kept that old Briggs & Stratton going for a long time. I knew those old mini bike days had to pay off at something!

So my pushing the envelope will be buying and pushing a new Lawn Mower this week.

Btw, Jay thanks. Yes, I really do need a good transient detector. Since I have through April, I'm going to pick up the SPL next week. It's a very good one.

I was going to wait and get the Izotope's Ozone 5, which is bundled with a bunch of very usable mastering tools.

But even before mastering, just having a really good quality transient detector like the SPL makes sense to me. It's a game changer, and not only for drums, or snares, but it can give the guitar just the right amount of sparkle.

The VBC is fabulous, and I don't often get the hotties over compressors.

Just keep trying to piss me off you guys.
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DON'T EVEN GET ME STARTED on lawnmowers

Not that long ago I got a "homelife" cordless from home depot, the battery is already dead and the only way to get one is ONLINE and they are out of stock

What a waste.
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Thanks hibidy, that should bolster my argument about never getting a rechargeable lawn mower with my wife.

Best left to breathing in the fumes of a healthy gas fed internal combustion engine. Now, how do I turn my grass cutting day into a musical moment. I've got it, sample the lawnmower! Then run it through the SPL transient shaper.

There, I'm back to pushing the envelope.
In the words of the late great Graucho Marx "I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member"

S1 Pro 2.5, Laptop: VAIO i7, 8Gb, Win 7 X64, SP1. Supporting software, too much to list. Audio Interface: 22 VSL, M-Audio Fast Track Pro, Audiophile 192 PCI-e, Controllers: Novation SL Mk II, M-Audio Axiom, Guitar controllers by Roland GR-50, Percussion controllers: Roland Octapad II, Akai MPD-18. Guitars by: Fender, Gibson, Gretch, Guild, Martin, Taylor, & Yamaha
jBranam
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well Jim... i want my setup to be the best it can be at what i can afford. what sux is... i am new to this game and what i think sounds great now usually gets surpassed by something better i did not know about. that is to be expected. and when i say better... i mean to my ears alone. sure i get drawn in by hype and that alone makes me check shit out because i want my setup to improve... but the final judge is my ears. it is what makes me spend the money. like i was all set to try and get the Pure Limiter V3 at least for $55... i wanted to get all of them but. then i demo'd the VBC and i forgot all about my want or need for the Flux immediately even though the VBC is $44 more than i wanted to pay. for almost a year now i have heard VBC this and VBC that but since it was using the ilok system it went in one ear and out the other because i was NOT even interested. but now that i have 'jumped the broom' (from "Roots"... meaning marriage) with ilok i owe it to myself to look and see what i have ignored. i see why everyone talks so much about it through all the forums and such.

as for the SPL Transient Designer... i have tried 4-5 of them now and i STILL say they can't touch the SPL in the quality of what all transient shapers try to do. but as Clive pointed out about Alloy 2... it is probably the second best of all i tested and i would have overlooked it if it weren't for Clive speaking up and saving me money (for now... i STILL want it) i think we have a good bunch here (group hug...lol) and we are starting to look out for each other and THAT is a good thing. even by accident he kinda saved me by speaking up and making me take a second look at something i already have. the original stuff i create always seems to be clockwork or industrial although i blend it with orchestration and rock guitars. even the drum beats i create sound primal. but all in all what i like to create... or tend to create (i never sit down with an idea... i sit down and hit one note or one chord and we are off to the races) so i need the extra bite a lot.

but bottom line is... i don't know diddly! most of you probably know much more than i do with this stuff... but 1) i want to better my workings and what i have to work with. 2) i try to help others make the best of what they got by pointing out sales on what i think are tops (at least top of my list) and 3) since being disabled... i have ALL the time in the world to look around and i am starting to do a LOT of that. especially since i am getting comfortable with S1 and buying addons to improve it. but understand.. being new and human i may veer off the straight and narrow and make poor judgement calls on some of these items. and again that is to be expected from time to time as i get better knowledge. like the Statson... i REALLY loved it for a short while but now i feel it was $39 wasted after using the RC-Tube... only because i see me as not going back to it especially on my main computer. and since all this is subjective... what i like and want may not be the same in an auditory sense as another's. good rule of thumb is... if your buddy loves it... don't buy it... demo it and decide for yourself. like i mentioned earlier... Bub (Shane) was adamant about his love of that plug (the Melda AutoDynamicEQ) and THAT alone made me demo it and i am GLAD i did... it paid off. THANKS SHANE!!!

i guess i am trying to tell ya'll... don't waste your money just because i waste mine at times but i pass this info along with good intentions and i think this group does the same. so to get all mushy *kiss* *kiss*... i am proud to know you guys and consider you my friends.

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Jay


Window$ Pro 7 64-bit
AMD 965 Quad Core w/ 16 Gb RAM (Desk)
i5 Dual Core w/6 Gb RAM (Lap)
Studio One Pro 2.6.2
Focusrite 2i2, Audiobox USB
RODE NT-1A, MXL 910, Audio Technica Pro63, CAD C9 & TSM411

Slate Digital RC-Tube Console based on the RCA BC-6B Radio Desk, Slate Digital Virtual Bus Compressors, Waves Kramer Master Tape, Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter, Abbey Road Reel ADT, Melda Productions MAutoDynamicEQ and the Slate Digital FG-X (My Base Foundation Plugins) and a few other trinkets...





Most great things American came out of American garages. That fact alone bums me out 'cause I don't have a garage! ~Knot Hardly

For All You Twits @knot_hardly
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Thanks J. What I buy, I decide if it can help with what I am doing. That typically forces me to start doing research, compare, and listen very closely. If what I choose helps my ultimate goal, then I'm good with the decision.
That's why I've held off on the mastering plugs. I'm mostly into searching for the creative possibilities for composing.
Since we all have a different need for things at different times, it's worth bringing up deals you see that can be used by others whenever they can use them. You usually have an excitement about the product so that is a good ingredient when passing that info off. Never feel burdened that it may not be the best, and if you're not sure, just state "or you may want to compare". If someone doesn't do the research and buys things blindly, that's their business. I always do the research and not always but typically see if I can get a deal on it. If not, then so be it. Of course we all have to ask ourselves "am I going to use this, enough to justify getting it, over just wanting it?
In the words of the late great Graucho Marx "I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member"

S1 Pro 2.5, Laptop: VAIO i7, 8Gb, Win 7 X64, SP1. Supporting software, too much to list. Audio Interface: 22 VSL, M-Audio Fast Track Pro, Audiophile 192 PCI-e, Controllers: Novation SL Mk II, M-Audio Axiom, Guitar controllers by Roland GR-50, Percussion controllers: Roland Octapad II, Akai MPD-18. Guitars by: Fender, Gibson, Gretch, Guild, Martin, Taylor, & Yamaha
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well i am kinda the same way... i ain't focusing on mastering... i will but it is out of order. i am still learning at how to give it something to master. most of what i do is just covers. i create the backing tracks from midi files already on the web or create my own and just change it to what i like as for tempo, levels, instruments, etc. i then play the guitar and bass parts then vocals. basically just practicing and doing it over and over to get the process and fundamentals down. but in the last two months i have been seriously trying to improve my quality and my tools. i reckon i got a bug after my first client. when it was just me... i was kinda content... but when i had to do something for someone else and was mixing pre-recorded audio... i ran into a couple of snags that i overcame pretty well i think but it made me see in some areas my tool box was inadequate... hence my buying spree or what looks to be a buying spree. lol

i just want to make everyone aware... especially newer fellas to the forum that i ain't noone to look up to or follow in knowledge but when my ears tell me something is good... i say it. but i may change my tune next week when i find out there is something better. it is not that i am on both sides of the fence because at the time something may seem to me to be better than sliced bread. but i trust my ears all the time. i know quality when i hear it and want everyone to judge things for themselves but don't just take my word for it.
Jay


Window$ Pro 7 64-bit
AMD 965 Quad Core w/ 16 Gb RAM (Desk)
i5 Dual Core w/6 Gb RAM (Lap)
Studio One Pro 2.6.2
Focusrite 2i2, Audiobox USB
RODE NT-1A, MXL 910, Audio Technica Pro63, CAD C9 & TSM411

Slate Digital RC-Tube Console based on the RCA BC-6B Radio Desk, Slate Digital Virtual Bus Compressors, Waves Kramer Master Tape, Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter, Abbey Road Reel ADT, Melda Productions MAutoDynamicEQ and the Slate Digital FG-X (My Base Foundation Plugins) and a few other trinkets...





Most great things American came out of American garages. That fact alone bums me out 'cause I don't have a garage! ~Knot Hardly

For All You Twits @knot_hardly
oldblood
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If you got your best ears on for that day you can mix all you want, add whatever plug you want but if its a bad recording all you can do is patch it up at best, you won't make it pristine. This is something I say to myself every time I load up a project. I have heaps of bits and pieces I have tried to work on and continue to load in the hope that something will click and it will come good, but being honest with myself they are just badly recorded or badly played and should be scrapped.
When you do something for some one else you know they have an expectation, which means you have an expectation too.

Getting into recording has been the best learning experience I have had. Never dull, always new tricks to learn and improvements to be made and most of all room to be creative. I think that is why I like these forums, good honest debate, fair, educated help and good humour. Oh and there is always some one here to help me spend my money
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Hello everyone!

I've skimmed through the whole post and decided I should join the discussion. This is my first post, so please be nice to me. Also seems like I've cut in between the discussion. I'm sorry about that.

My most recent purchase is a TV (Sony 40"). Well it seems unrelated but I also use it as my second monitor, so it counts... I guess. For the actual gear, the most recent one is actually the Studio One. A little while before that purchase is a Fender Stratocaster (American Special).

I've also used some of the 3rd party plugins, but, to tell you the truth, they are all illegal copies. I know this hurts the developers so badly (especially when I am a programmer myself, working for a software house. I understand how it feel when someone steals my work.). I admit that I was a bad guy. Recently I decided to make things right, and then delete all of those pirate software. Eveything is now legit. It does not make my self much better than I was before though .

Right now I'm in search of the plugins to use with S1. I'd like to start with instruments first. I'm not a professional, and cannot spend too much on a hobby. I've thought about getting IK's SampleTank 2.5, but with version 3.0 is about to release this year (if they don't keep postpone the date), it's probably not the good time to buy that... The other considerations are ... AAS Lounge Lizard, Garritan JABB&GPO, and Steven Slate Drums. My budget is around $200 per purchase (may be once a month or two). Oh and I'm also thinking about getting a cheap Yamaha bass guitar as well.

My current gears are a PC, 2 electric guitars, 1 acoustic, Line6 Toneport GX2 (with PodFarm), Roland Juno Di, Korg microKey, Medeli e-drums, AKG K66, and AudioTechnica AT2020.

Anyway I'd like to ask you for any suggestions on instruments/plugins that's good enough for an amatuer like myself, given that it's not too expensive. I'm now looking for 'good enough' software, not best of its kind which would cost both of my kidney.
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mr_tawan wrote:Right now I'm in search of the plugins to use with S1. I'd like to start with instruments first. I'm not a professional, and cannot spend too much on a hobby. I've thought about getting IK's SampleTank 2.5, but with version 3.0 is about to release this year (if they don't keep postpone the date), it's probably not the good time to buy that... The other considerations are ... AAS Lounge Lizard, Garritan JABB&GPO, and Steven Slate Drums. My budget is around $200 per purchase (may be once a month or two). Oh and I'm also thinking about getting a cheap Yamaha bass guitar as well.


Welcome on board. Another guitarist here...

if you are looking for suggestion on how you spend your money, you not only are on the right forum, but on the right thread as well...anyway about suggestions on which instrument, etc...you should at least specify which genre you play.
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Most of the time I play pop music, if it's eligible for being a genre .

Edit: I think I should have been more specific, sorry about that. I'd say the music I plays are pop rock, and may be a little bit of (Japanese) fusion as well.

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well since you asked tawan... the UVI workstation just updated to 2.5.1 and it is free. i am almost positive it doesn't need the ilok2 dongle although a lot of their stuff for sale does. it comes with a demo pack for free also. it is basically a 'baiter'... in other words they tease you with it in hopes you will buy addons for it just like Native Instruments does with Kontakt. the uvi workstation is a sampler enviroment same as kontakt but the demo pack has some pretty decent instruments especially for free.

what version of S1 do you have? the producer and professional come with NI's Komplete Elements which is a cut down version of their flagship package with all the free players and an assortment of instruments which are not too bad for the most part. again it is like a teaser to bait you into bigger addons. i suggest you play with them a bit to get familiar. NI has demos to try out and the best thing about them is that you don't need the ilok. but again UVI uses both the ilok manager software AND the ilok2 dongle i beleive and leave it up to you as to which you want to use.

noone can tell you what to like and not to like... that is up to you but i would start by demo'n instruments like mad that way you can decide what you prefer. i am sure there will be others to offer suggestions also on what they think is of value. and the reason i point you to those two is they have reasonably priced addons that work in the free players. but NI's full program of Kontakt which is kinda pricey will let you use free instrument libraries you can find all over the net. and the full Kontakt gives you a LOT more settings to adjust those instrument libraries as opposed to the free Kontakt player... it limits settings on the libraries, only allows the free libraries you can get to run in demo mode but the addons you buy from NI do not run in demo mode and have unlimited usage... but again the free player itself limits what you can adjust as in depth of menus per library. those are two sources that won't cost you a thing and have bunches of instruments to choose from.

i see you have a set of electronic drums so you might want to get yourself a good drum package. Addictive Drums are good, EZ Drummer and Superior Drummer are both good and the one i settled on... FXpansion's BFD2 if you can find it... the reason i say that is they just released BFD3 not long ago. and if i am not mistaken someone was selling their license of BFD2 w/ the BFD3 upgrade not long ago on here. i have no idea what type of music you like but looking at your list of equipment you might want to look into a good drum package since every genre needs drums. EZ Drummer is about the easiest and cheapest and have a wide range of different kits available for a reasonable price. but if you go that route i would lay back a little while maybe because Toontrack is about to release EZ Drummer 2. but again test things out for yourself to see what suits you. but i know very little about Slate Drums.

as for lounge lizard... i have sessions version and it is the funk when it comes to electric piano. i don't think you will find a better one as a plugin. but word of caution... many had the sessions version and upgraded to the full version and were not satisfied for the money they spent. i say this from reading forums and such elsewhere... not here. so if you are looking at it... you may want to get the baby version because to me it sounds just as good... it just has a little less adjustments but is a LOT cheaper.

that is a start for you to start sorting through. the sample tank... is the same as the uvi workstation and kontakt and i believe they have a free version but the full version of sample tank has a whole package of instruments. again my suggestion is to try out as much as you can before buying because there is a wide range of quality instruments to choose from out there.

and BTW... there is no que here so don't worry about breaking in line... lol but the concern is noted and appreciated. there is a bunch of good people here on these forums unlike other forums i know (shhh) and they are more than willing to advise and help you out. and welcome aboard mate... kick your shoes off and prop your feet up. i think you will like it here!

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Window$ Pro 7 64-bit
AMD 965 Quad Core w/ 16 Gb RAM (Desk)
i5 Dual Core w/6 Gb RAM (Lap)
Studio One Pro 2.6.2
Focusrite 2i2, Audiobox USB
RODE NT-1A, MXL 910, Audio Technica Pro63, CAD C9 & TSM411

Slate Digital RC-Tube Console based on the RCA BC-6B Radio Desk, Slate Digital Virtual Bus Compressors, Waves Kramer Master Tape, Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter, Abbey Road Reel ADT, Melda Productions MAutoDynamicEQ and the Slate Digital FG-X (My Base Foundation Plugins) and a few other trinkets...





Most great things American came out of American garages. That fact alone bums me out 'cause I don't have a garage! ~Knot Hardly

For All You Twits @knot_hardly
 
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