I was looking for a plugin to help me be more accurate while mixing. Came across this free plugin on instagram.Read Review
Ok, let's face it, most people will get this as a cheeper alternative to Soothe. But honestly, I think it might be even better. I've been A/Bing them side by side yesterday and eventhough I can see how Soothe might be quicker to work with, I really like all the other stuff DSEQ brings to the table.
TBProAudio just doesn't make a fool out of you. There are no "magic this and magic that" buttons. That does mean that you can't choose between the "subtle" and "heavy" mode as in Soothe, but rather have to precisely tune the treshold, tilt and strength knobs. But I love it that way. That means the plugin is predictable. That means it won't change sound when developer decides to tune the algorithms.
Another feature I love is the button to switch between linear phase and natural phase filters. Again. Soothe just solves that for you just by not mentioning what kind of filters it uses at all. (and as FFT analysis has to be there for the dtection part to even happen, you can't read that from the delay value) DSEQ let's you choose.
All the missing bells and whistles from Smooth Operator are there as well. Especially delta-listening. And you can even band-limit the delta-listeing area. Love it.
...oh and no iLok needed. I think I finally found my favorite resonance supressor. :).
(Only nitpick I have is that the "selectivity" knob would be cooler if it also drove the GR vsiualisation smoothing. That is solved much better in Soothe. It's visually hard to tell from the GR-analyser that the knob is working untill you really push it. Sound-wise it does what it should, though, so all good.).Read Review
I have a Logic Pro X 10.4.8, the product crashes when i open it the DAW, is it a compatibility issue? do i have to upgrade to Big Sure OS X.?Read Review
Very good VU meter, can do multiple modes and zero level is configurable. Very good for quick checking gain settings during recording, UI is resizable - you can make it big on the screen.
Author has also another more detailed volume meter dpMeter but its too much information for mere gain setup. dPMeter plugin still needs some work - graphical peak levels are not how they looks at real equipment, reference marks are missing and scale is too big, while there are several standards for displaying PPM dpMeter implements none of them, probably best to implement IEC 60268-18.
This VU meter does everything what it should, it has several skins, modes and presets. Just get it.
I record in VU Standard, zero at -18 dbFS.Read Review
This plugin deserve 5 stars, its very good comparable to paid ones. GUI is nice with meters, sounds nice.
Saturation level is similar to what is hardware doing. Some saturation plugins are more artistic, this one is on simulation side.Read Review
Very nice Saturator. Sounds very good and the GUI is awesome. Any idea what the fluctuation poti is for?Read Review
Tengo problemas para abrir mvmeter2 en cubase pro11, cuando intento abrirlo cubase se paraliza y tengo que cerrarlo con el administrador de tarea de windows 10.Read Review