paul psilas wrote:Not on form today are we Compyfox?
Depends on what form we're talking about.
paul psilas wrote:You also forgot the 'Elysia Niveau Filter' which while not called a 'tilt' eq it is exactly that......a tilt eq and a very nice one it is too.
The Elysia also has the variable 'tilt' frequency that you mentioned.
I have to object here. It is somewhat a "tilt" EQ, and yes in this case I have forgotten it (you doN't have any idea how many plugins I have in my head), but not like the Tonelux design. It's a bit more complicated than that, and it's not a clean shelf either. Try it for yourself in C.Budde's Plugin Analyser. It's been a while since I've used it-
paul psilas wrote:As for the Softube version,I found it very smooth and warm but decided not to buy it when I discovered I could get almost exactly the same results from the Nomad British EQ.
er... Nomad British EQ is a completely different concept. If you only use the "shelving EQ's" (which have fixed positions declared by the multi-setting poti), then yes, you could get similar results. But it's not a tilt EQ.
paul psilas wrote:As you rightly state Compyfox,theres no magic to a tilt EQ,its just quicker to get the results using a tilt than it would using a full blown EQ.
I disagree here. Tilt EQs are for broad "corrections" and/or minor finetuning. Much like Baxendall EQ's. They are (IMO) by no means equal to full blown parametric EQs. I'd only use them in an M/S environment where I might need a shift of the signal or a gentle boost here and there. Else I wouldn't use them.
paul psilas wrote:ps.You are forgiven
Woha... is the mess over already?
audiosabre wrote:I really like the look of this and I love the filters that this guy codes.
You do realise that most of the HP/LP stuff is basic Butterworth/Chebichev filters and therefore nothing special?
audiosabre wrote:So great products, not so good support. Fast response on the initial report. After that I'd waited months for replies, and even been given false hope with the 1.2 update. I geniunely believed it would be fixed at that point.
I'm really not trying to badmouth these guys. Small outfit doing great things. But like so many small outfits the support is sot so stellar. I wish I could be singing praises right now...
Sorry for the slightly OT, but I need to get this off my chest...
This is some important valuable input. I still remember the "drama" back here on KVR with SATSON and then SonEQ. I'd take all this with a grain of salt and be cautious to no end. Too many firms out there that promise the blue from the sky (not mentioning names, you know who you are). So yes, I agree with ttoz in terms of the demo as well.