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Thrillerseeker XTC or kush-audio clariphonic dsp ?

VST, AU, etc. plug-in Virtual Effects discussion

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Giusmex
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785 posts since 20 Mar, 2010

Postby Giusmex; Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:18 am Thrillerseeker XTC or kush-audio clariphonic dsp ?

hi guys

from what i can read here

both of these plugins are capable of adding some "like" and mojo to tracks or mixes


the big difference between them is also 149 euros!! :)

by the way,

for electronic music what would you suggest? and what is the main difference between them?

thanx
loopdon
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1110 posts since 3 Aug, 2004

Postby loopdon; Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:32 am

I recommend you don't even think about stuff like that right now.
I have to tell that to myself again and again. But that's not what you wanted to hear, i guess. I'd put that money towards books or a Sonicacademy deal. Or something like that.
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Compyfox
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Postby Compyfox; Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:38 am

Giusmex wrote:hi guys

from what i can read here

both of these plugins are capable of adding some "like" and mojo to tracks or mixes


the big difference between them is also 149 euros!! :)


Then read this post to find out the difference:
http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic ... 35#5131435



Giusmex wrote:for electronic music what would you suggest? and what is the main difference between them?


Learn regular EQing first.
Giusmex
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Postby Giusmex; Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:32 am

sure, i try to learn everything about eq everyday, i know it is one of the most powerful tool to shape sounds;

but i asked to you what you think about the differences between thrillerseeker XTC and clariphonic

thanx :)
Compyfox
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Postby Compyfox; Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:40 am

Apples and Oranges really. XTC has three bands and variable frequencies compared to Clariphonic's fixed frequencies. Also XTC offers saturation per band, which is controlled globally by the MOJO section.

Both are parallel EQ's, just one's more flexible.
TheoM
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Postby TheoM; Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:04 pm

so basically you are saying the freeware is more versatile.. so why not recommend to op to save the money
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Giusmex
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Postby Giusmex; Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:18 pm

in fact, it is what i said before; there are 149 euros of difference :)

i cannot believe this entirely :) maybe they are simply different, although both use a saturation step in their process

but it seems true this time, the bootsie one seems more versatile
@midnight
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Postby @midnight; Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:56 pm

Where can I download ThrillseekerXTC? I checked Bootsie's page but didn't see a link in the download section.
Has anybody ever really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
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Tp3
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Postby Tp3; Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:27 pm

The whole notion of Analog vs Digital emulation has long gone haywire...
Compyfox
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Postby Compyfox; Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:38 pm

TheoM wrote:so basically you are saying the freeware is more versatile.. so why not recommend to op to save the money


Maybe the freeware is not his cup of tea? Can always happen. And the Mac crowd is pissed already. :hihi:

Giusmex wrote:i cannot believe this entirely :) maybe they are simply different, although both use a saturation step in their process


You sure about that? Haven't tested the software version yet so I can't tell, but it's obviously apparent in the hardware version (overdrive the module, get some mojo in the process - as with every hardware).

But one of Clariphonic DSP's features is actually:
"Incredible clarity, minimal distortion and phase artifacts"

:shrug:
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dusted william
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Postby dusted william; Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:43 pm

I really wish I could try out Thrillerseeker, but Clariphonic is like gold to me.

The extra sauce on my tracks.

dw
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Postby The Telenator; Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:04 pm

Bootsie's getting better and better every day.

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