Well Universal Audio was once just building outboard gear, when they started releasing plugins they weren’t judged by how long they had been releasing plugins they were judged by the sound of the plugins. I know it’s crazy to judge plugins based on how they sound around here, but that’s usually the best way to go._al_ wrote: ↑Thu Feb 02, 2023 4:50 am As far as I can remember, these guys built their reputation making drum sample libraries and then wavetable packs, no?
And now they want us to believe that they can build VST plugins that rival companies that have been around for decades?
Hmm, sorry, but I've seen this happen quite a few times over the years (and fell for it a few times), and usually after a couple of years, no-one is talking about this "amazing" plugin anymore.
Congrats if you manage to prove me wrong, but I won't be downloading this one
GLOW is a really good-great sounding reverb plugin. Instantly sits in a mix very well without a lot of tinkering and messing about. I would say as a AMS RMX 16 clone it does the job very well, and the smoothing/ducking feature is awesome. If I was starting my rig over and was looking for a workhorse reverb, this would definitely be top 3 for me.