Type: Distortion Did I Keep It: No Do I Use it: Never One Word Description: Noisy Features: Clipper, Fuzzer, Static, Wet/Dry Instalation: Super Easy Sonic Awesomeness: 1/10 Versatility: 1/10 Interface: 5/10 Stability: 8/10 CPU Usage: 10/10 Price: Free (Download here)
Type: Distortion Did I Keep It: Yes Do I Use it?: Sometimes One word description: Lukewarm Features: Drive, Clipper, Limiter, S/M, Wet/Dry Instalation: Super Easy Sonic Awesomeness: 6/10 Versatility: 7/10 Interface: 3/10 (too stinkin small!) Stability: 8/10 CPU Usage: 9/10 Price: Free (Download here)
A mechanic needs his tools, a cook his knives and a producer his plug-ins. Having several tools to choose from increases the chances of you having the right tool to achieve the sound you are striving for. With how expensive getting plug-ins can get, is it possible to have professional quality plug-ins to achieve great […]
It’s true an artist can paint a painting with only one brush and one color, but most painters will use different brushes and different colors to achieve the beauty they envision. Most of the sound of modern music is compression. And like brushes, there are different kinds of compressors that help you achieve different colors […]
Compressors are acclaimed as to what imparts character to modern music, and in the beggining that’s hard to grasp. As you learn how to mix you start realising that pros use different kinds of compressors for different things, and you start wondering what really is the difference. Compressors can be essentially divided into four categories. […]
Here is the list of my top 5 free EQs! Check it out.
While the concept of what an EQ is is fairly simple, maybe you’ve read about different types of Equalizers. ‘M/S’, ‘linear-phase’, ‘minimum-phase’, ‘dynamic’, ‘parametric’, ‘graphic’, etc… Does it matter which EQ I use? If so, How much? What are the differences?