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The Control Room / Re: Freeware Plugs Listing (Last updated on 7/1/12)
« on: February 04, 2013, 03:17:30 PM »
sorry guys. been a while.

I'm going to update and add a bunch more today.

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Mixing Talk / Re: Favorite Reference Tracks
« on: July 02, 2012, 06:51:36 PM »
That being said, I use rise inside by killswitch engage.  the bass is so thick, immediately upon hearing it I know how the low end of the room is playing out.

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Mixing Talk / Re: Recording vocals over many days - perserving sound
« on: July 02, 2012, 06:42:44 PM »
Isn't this the reason some studios never turn their gear off?

Especially tube gear. Things need to get warmed up before they sound consistent.

Slightly Offtopic, sorry for that.

I thought that they only switch the tube gear on first thing in the morning (for aforementioned warm-up reasons)
but turn them off overnight.

And with SSLs and other large-format consoles the thing seem to be that power switching shortens capacitor life
and with thousands of capacitors in a machine like that keeping them on permanently is a cheaper (despite the
power bills) and less PITA solution. But these are only my assumptions, not pure fact.

You're right about tube gear going off, what I meant was you can hear the difference after tube gear warms up more than other types. And yeah that's another reason why gear never goes off, but it's also incentive to make sure no settings get changed, especially in a space with multiple engineers and more than one project going on at once.

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Mixing Talk / Re: Recording vocals over many days - perserving sound
« on: July 02, 2012, 04:38:27 PM »
Isn't this the reason some studios never turn their gear off?

Especially tube gear. Things need to get warmed up before they sound consistent.

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Here's another freebie, that I really like. I posted it in another thread, but you can add it here, if you like:
http://dsp.sonimus.com/products/soneq/

Has a sort of analogue eq vibe, the saturation can be nice, too.

Awesome, wish it were RTAS so I could try it out. Thanks


Getting caught up now  with updating what's listed above

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I still use Inspector:
http://www.kreativsounds.com/roger-nichols-digital-inspector/

and the free G fader plug: http://www.sonalksis.com/freeg.htm



Love that RND plug, just didn't know where to get it since the site went down. Thanks guys. Will update.

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Mixing Talk / Re: Minimalism and Mixing
« on: June 30, 2012, 10:32:40 AM »
I used to bring mixes from work to home all the time, so for several years I got by on just stock pro tools stuff.  :'(

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The Control Room / Re: Freeware Plugs Listing
« on: June 30, 2012, 09:40:46 AM »
Thanks guys, adding now!

 Edit: updated with iZotope Vinyl

list is finally starting to look respectable now  8)

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The Control Room / Re: Freeware Plugs Listing
« on: June 29, 2012, 12:58:13 AM »
Absolutely THIS...




Thanks, will add.

EDIT: Updated with more blue cat's stuff + studio devil amp sim

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Mix Critiques and Feedback / Re: Criticize my mix
« on: June 28, 2012, 11:14:52 AM »
Just my opinion but it's lacking those lows and subs for a electronic song. If you have a good multi-band I would use it bring it out a bit more.

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