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ISOL8 is an advanced mix monitoring plug-in with a 5 band filter and volume dim function.
I was looking for a plugin to help me be more accurate while mixing. Came across this free plugin on instagram.Read Review
Reviewed By RobertSchulz
January 8th, 2019
This one is curious, and i like curious things. Maybe you don't need this plugin at every session you have, but it is a really good metering plugin if you want to listen/analyze to specific frequency areas and (for what i think which is even more cool) you can listen to specific frequency bands at each of both stereo channels (L+R) as well as at the Mid or Side Signal alone.
F.e. if i would want to listen to the low end at the side or the mids or the left side, its very fast to made with Isol8.
You can use it also as an EQ/Filter, but its behaviour on the signal is very harsh as there is no gain or resonance function for the frequency bands, but if you like such rough filtering this is a good option too.
You also can put another Filter after if you want to make a little boost or cut of those frequency areas.
Towards this you can also filter certain frequency areas out to treat them after separately from the other.
Isol8 can work as an spatial effect as well. You can make certain frequency areas to summed mono or mono by copying the left or right side to the opposite side with the Monitor Center function by clicking on the "Monitor" text.
The Dim-Option for me is a little bit uneven. There is a little attack time until it drops the audio down the entered value in dB. Here i would wish that there is a switch as like the Bypass Filter switch, on where we can toggle between gliding volume drop and direct volume drop. But it is good as well.
The Filter Bypass-switch is a very good idea too.
I really like the 3D-like GUI. Thanks to Crimson Merry.Read Review
Reviewed By colobelporridge
May 19th, 2018
Another great utilitarian piece from Tb Pro audio. Its the kind of VST that will live on your master bus. The dim setting is what i use most of the time and the solo frequency range switches can be good for making sure your mix is balanced. In conjunction with any eq you can get the band solo type effect that is possible with eqs like ddmf iieq pro and nova eq, so you can workion a particular frequency range even if your eq does not have the solo band function. A swiss army knife of features you didnt realise you were missing, .Read Review
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