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Analog Mastering Tools (A.M.T.) is a collection of three dynamics plug-ins - A.M.T. Amp Leveler, A.M.T. Max Warm and A.M.T. Multi Max.
A.M.T Amp Leveler
A.M.T Amp Leveler is a look-ahead Brickwall Limiter and Level Maximization. It has been designed to be used for Mixing, Mastering, Tracking and Live use.
A.M.T Max Warm
A.M.T Max Warm is a look-ahead Brickwall Limiter, Equalizer and Level Maximizer. What makes the A.M.T Max Warm process unique is the approach used for its dynamic signal analysis. Internally, the A.M.T Max Warm uses a special processing algorithm to accurately maximize the incoming signal level while limiting the ceiling peak levels. This approach tends to produce a more natural warm-sound, the A.M.T Max Warm also includes a two-band equalizer (Shelving/Peaking) with adjustable frequencies.
A.M.T Multi Max
A.M.T Multi Max multiband peak limiter is a 3 band look-ahead Brickwall Limiter, and Level Maximizer. The A.M.T Multi Max uses a special processing algorithm to accurately split and maximize the incoming signal level while limiting the ceiling peak levels. This approach tends to produce a loud and clear natural warm-sound. The A.M.T Multi Max 3 band crossover with adjustable frequencies delivers sweet highs and punchy lows.
I don't understand the hype Nomad places on these processors. Most NF plugins do their jobs well, some exceedingly well, and then there are dogs. This series is a dog.
There are two aspects to these processors - perceived volume, and tonality. Neither are very good with AMT, in my opinion.
I find the dynamic adjustments ineffective and weak. If I'm going just based on sheer volume increase, then Tomas Mundt's LoudMax, Steinberg's Max plugin, and Logic's Adaptive Limiter are far more effective. I can't get my buss mix as loud with AMT plugins as I can with the others mentioned - without distorting unpleasantly.
Tonally, they are harsh.
I have tried to stack these processors against others multiple times, and they always end up at the bottom of my tests.
I want to like them, they look fantastic, but the sound is more important and they just don't sound good to me.Read Review