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I'm in the "love eos" camp.
I can see why some people wouldn't like it, it's not exactly smooth at all. That's exactly what I like about it; it sounds like an artificial reverb unit.
It's my go-to for plates. And not realistic plates. On (programmed/drum machine) hi-hats I don't know of anything better for my style. I used to use CSR plate for this, but not since eos.
So it's not bread and butter, nor amazing flexible, but it has a vibe that's difficult to obtain elsewhere. I'd probably never recommend eos, but for my own usage, I think it's great.
I added noise to a Tom and people think it's a Snare...
|^||Joined: 24 Jul 2008 Member: #185638 Location: North-West England|
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