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Sausage fattener - can you recommend it?

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

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damoog
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869 posts since 31 May, 2007

Postby damoog; Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:48 am Sausage fattener - can you recommend it?

I've been tempted to buy this for a while and at the price is seems to be a steel BUT I'm still a sucker for buying plugs that I just never use

I need to beef up some tracks,is this amazing or just ok
manducator
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1623 posts since 10 Feb, 2007

Postby manducator; Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:23 am

I like to use it on full mixes (dance) just before the limiter and I like it.

I don't know on what you want to use the sausage fattener but if it's on a full mix, you could send me the mix (or a minute of the full mix) and I could send it back after running it through the sausage fattener. That way you could decide whether it is for you or not.
shanecgriffo
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3701 posts since 27 Nov, 2003, from beach side australia

Postby shanecgriffo; Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:28 am

I have it and use it a bit, if you're recording acoustic or an orchestra you may not get so much use (tho I have used it on acoustic guitar) it works ok on subtler settings too'-you can shape the focus of the tone emphasis a bit with it too.. I find it handy to have around
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cyphersuit
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2143 posts since 12 Nov, 2009

Postby cyphersuit; Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:47 am

i would never use it on a mix. just single synth leads, to make them fat and stand out. works a 100% everytime.
Finally!
samsam
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1305 posts since 9 Dec, 2008

Postby samsam; Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:17 am

Try XFer's free OTT which is cool in small doses IMO
damoog
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869 posts since 31 May, 2007

Postby damoog; Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:51 am

samsam wrote:Try XFer's free OTT which is cool in small doses IMO


wow,i just tried that,sounds amazing to my ears,is this on the same level as Sausage Fattener?
samsam
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1305 posts since 9 Dec, 2008

Postby samsam; Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:04 am

damoog wrote:
samsam wrote:Try XFer's free OTT which is cool in small doses IMO


wow,i just tried that,sounds amazing to my ears,is this on the same level as Sausage Fattener?


Dunno, haven't got SF but really like OTT so thought I'd recommend it
damoog
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869 posts since 31 May, 2007

Postby damoog; Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:08 am

yeah that was well recommended,cheers :-o
SampleScience
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2426 posts since 31 Oct, 2004, from Mtl, Canada

Postby SampleScience; Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:02 pm

I use Youwashock VST, it's free:

https://sites.google.com/site/youwashockvst/

Might be usefull for your needs. Sausage Fattener is interesting though...
zeep
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1278 posts since 17 May, 2005

Postby zeep; Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:15 pm

I have it and used it a few times on tracks and mixes and found i could get just as good results with some saturator, parallel compression and coloring using my host plugins.
Don't really use it anymore. It's nice but it's not really that "go-to" special.
eidenk
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2173 posts since 29 Nov, 2004

Postby eidenk; Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:31 pm

damoog wrote:
samsam wrote:Try XFer's free OTT which is cool in small doses IMO


wow,i just tried that,sounds amazing to my ears,is this on the same level as Sausage Fattener?

Glad you mentioned that one too! :tu:
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djshire
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382 posts since 10 Jun, 2011, from Detroit

Postby djshire; Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:18 pm

If you own Reaktor, you could just get this, its free
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2R937K_CyI
Crackbaby
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2837 posts since 10 Sep, 2003, from Karlskoga, Stockholm, Sweden

Postby Crackbaby; Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:35 pm

You Wa Shock ! is VST/Winamp effect for brighten up and maximize any truck you hand him.

Use: Though nothing can bring back the missing particle You Wa Shock ! strength is in the behind parts. Excrete excite sound for your trucks. Push harder for more excite sound. The knob will go up. You can operate You Wa Shock ! as early as possible in the truck or to be late. The 4 A B C D fixings create new crunch excrete. Listen for a happy sound.


:lol:
Elektron Machinedrum Mk1 UW, Analog4, Octatrack
Soundcraft EFX12, Alesis 3630, Nanocompressor, Zoom G13, Tapco 3630
Gordon-Smith Gypsy, Yamaha THR10, P-80
M-Audio Delta 24/96 PCI
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bailees7irish
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2532 posts since 30 Mar, 2007, from virginia, US

Postby bailees7irish; Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:16 am

Crackbaby wrote:
You Wa Shock ! is VST/Winamp effect for brighten up and maximize any truck you hand him.

Use: Though nothing can bring back the missing particle You Wa Shock ! strength is in the behind parts. Excrete excite sound for your trucks. Push harder for more excite sound. The knob will go up. You can operate You Wa Shock ! as early as possible in the truck or to be late. The 4 A B C D fixings create new crunch excrete. Listen for a happy sound.


:lol:


You read that entire paragraph and you only found "Listen for a happy sound" to be funny? I really think you should re-read it.
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Crackbaby
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2837 posts since 10 Sep, 2003, from Karlskoga, Stockholm, Sweden

Postby Crackbaby; Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:38 am

I think most of it was hilarious :D Probably the funniest translation i've read so far :)
Elektron Machinedrum Mk1 UW, Analog4, Octatrack
Soundcraft EFX12, Alesis 3630, Nanocompressor, Zoom G13, Tapco 3630
Gordon-Smith Gypsy, Yamaha THR10, P-80
M-Audio Delta 24/96 PCI
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