Let me hip you to some really cool free plug-ins...

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Ed DeGenaro, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. Ed DeGenaro

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    Let me thank you for hipping me to some really cool free plug-ins...
     
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    Hey, thanks!

    I can't wait to play around with these.
     
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    Thanks, I like the Juicy77 right off the bat even though I don't really play "high gain."
     
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    Will try'm out later. Thanks Ed:AOK
     
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    Thanks for the hep tip, flip.
     
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    Newbie question - What program are these for or will they work for any of the recording programs?
     
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    I'm a novice to this type stuff but thanks so much all
     
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    Any recording program that is a VST host, as in pretty much all programs on Windows.
     
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    Also I got the demos of their Neve/API/Pultec/Harrison eqs and they KILL!
    but you'll need a Wibu CM dongle for it.
     
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    Don't forget to check out kvraudio

    Also, if you want to use things like Juicy, Wagner Sharp and other amp/fx VST's as a stand-alone app, you can use SAVIHost or something similar. It's extremely easy and very usable. It's also a cool way to audition plug-ins without any extra fuss.
     

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