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TB Reverb v4 [read all reviews]
Reviewed By digitalboytn [read all by] on 28th November 2017
Version reviewed: 1.0.6 on Windows.
Last edited by digitalboytn on 28th November 2017.
10.00
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This is a very sweet sounding reverb....

It is difficult to describe what makes a reverb sound great, because as listeners, we are more absorbed in the emotional response, rather than considering the algorithms and the technicalities involved...

The TB Reverb v4 has a lovely density to it and like most well coded reverbs, it adds the ambience you need within a perfectly natural soundstage....

You can create virtually any reverberation you can imagine with this plugin....

One thing is for sure....

Jeroen knows how to code top quality plugins that are some of the best audio tools on the planet...

I've been using the Toneboosters tools since their inception and even though I have many great plugins to choose from, the TB plugins are permanently on the top shelf of my toolbox...

I just bought the update for Reverb 4 and it is going to be used extensively...

Thanks once again to Jeroen for coding these very high qualty, practical plugins :)

SampleDelay [read all reviews]
Reviewed By ramman65 [read all by] on 28th November 2017
Version reviewed: 0 on Windows.
Last edited by BlueLabAudio on 30th November 2017.
5.00
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I downloaded what I thought was the free version and all it does is flash demo, what gives? If this is a demo version of the software, the least it could do is work.

Reply from BlueLabAudio:

Sorry for the disturbance, the link to the free version was not updated. This is now fixed.

Could you please write to support@bluelabaudio.com we would be happy to fix the problem you faced with the SampleDelay plugin.

Horror Box [read all reviews]
Reviewed By lifewhyz [read all by] on 28th November 2017
Version reviewed: 1? on Mac
1.00
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One of the worse plugins I've ever used. It's based on one single sample. To be plain and simple: It's boring.

Trackspacer [read all reviews]
Reviewed By biomekk [read all by] on 28th November 2017
Version reviewed: 2.0 on Windows
10.00
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Does exactly what it's supposed to do and it does it well. Gives you that total transparent sidechaining compression. For example instead of increasing the vocals volume you let the vocals push back other instruments - but only on the common frequency. Or, the favourite: Insert it on a bass track and let the kickdrum control /push back the bass - only where the frequencies are common and only on the kickdrum beats. A good way to clean up low end in a mix.

Best money I've ever spent on a plugin .

Lethal [read all reviews]
Reviewed By RgK [read all by] on 27th November 2017
Version reviewed: 1.0.1 on Windows.
Last edited by RgK on 27th November 2017.
7.00
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Pretty limited for sound designing... Sample's quality is pretty good althought.

Sounds names could be more related to the sound itself (actually they're almost all like "Bell 001", "Bell 002" and so on)

Analog Channel [read all reviews]
Reviewed By behemoth_nmg [read all by] on 27th November 2017
Version reviewed: v6 on Mac
9.00
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A go to plugin that I personally love, provides warmth and punch, very easy to use, great for drum and guitar bus, interface is clean and well layed out.

Addictive Drums 2 [read all reviews]
Reviewed By Saukar30 [read all by] on 27th November 2017
Version reviewed: 2.1.7 on Windows.
Last edited by Saukar30 on 27th November 2017.
10.00
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Ive been using AD since version 1. One of the best purchased Ive made. I don't use this all the time, but when I NEED acoustic drums this is what I always use.

It's not the most feature robust, or the most detailed, or has the most expansive library.. but that's ok.. because it falls right in between all of the categories to make it a really good product. It's dead easy to use. It wont kill your CPU & loading up things are a breeze. Version 1 was kind of limited, but with the new version having 18 drum pieces vs 12, with more tweakability & better libraries, it's come a long way.

Im a firm believer in practice makes perfect. The 1st libraries for AD were pretty good. Not highly configurable, but good nonetheless. As time has evolved I believed XLN has definitely upped their game. Each of their expansions has a particular focus, but they can all be used within in genre you choose. The new Boutique Mallet library is unique & probably one of the best so far. Along with the Vintage Dry, & Black Velvet & Session percussion, they really make AD functional for a wide range of uses that don't bog you down in the CPU or in creativity. Could it do more & have mroe features? Yes... but I think many more features will detract from its character rather than add.

Alot of people frown upon anything but the absolute best. Sometimes the best thing to use is what is functional & expands as you see fit. This is AD2 in all it's glory. Every year I buy something new from them. Good company, good product .Oustanding sounds.

XLN... can we get a Trap Drum kit & MIDI pak now? And a triangle??

AE600 Active Equalizer [read all reviews]
Reviewed By behemoth_nmg [read all by] on 27th November 2017
Version reviewed: V6 on Mac
9.00
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A versatile and powerful plugin. The flexibility and options are unmatched for a plugin of this type. Soundwise, it keeps the high quality McDSP tradition of providing a bit of magic engineering to any track our bus.

HY-Lofi2 [read all reviews]
Reviewed By alienimplant [read all by] on 26th November 2017
Version reviewed: 1.0.2.1 on Mac
10.00
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Shockingly good. It's rare to find drive with good bass response, and the mix knob gives you parallel processing on an insert. Need instant grit on drums? Done. I'm very impressed. This will be a go-to for me.

Mverb [read all reviews]
Reviewed By alienimplant [read all by] on 26th November 2017
Version reviewed: 1 on Mac
10.00
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I wish this reverb was still supported. Even though it has a simplistic digital signature, it sounds amazing and deeply textured. It's a shame it will eventually disappear.