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  1. #65


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    Slate's Revival and Trimmer modules from the "Virtual Mix Rack" plugin are free. Only catch is you need an iLok to use them.

    products - Slate Digital


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  3. #66


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    Plysical or digital iLok?
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  4. #67


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    Physical iLok 2 dongle is needed. If you buy Slate VCC (can be used in Slate VMR) for $169 you're basically getting an iLok for $30 off. The shimmer is pretty sweet considering it's free.

    I really want to get the Slate VMR since I've been spoiled with UAD's library but without my Apollo Twin hooked up they wont run. So I wanna get the VMR for whenever Im not home or away from my Apollo.

    This is what I like about the VMR setup:
    -cheap
    -low cpu usage so you can run a ton of instances of it
    -no lagging when rearranging modules
    -visualization of all modules at once

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  6. #68


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    Here's a few nice ones I really like, these are all 100% FREE.

    Flux BitterSweet: This one is a transient designer. I've got the SPL Transient Designer too, which is sort of the industry standard I suppose, and I like them both. They definitely have different flavors to them, so I'd highly recommend grabbing BitterSweet even if you've got a transient designer you like already.



    AudioAssault KlipFreak: Decent clipper plugin. If you haven't used a clipper before I'd suggest looking up some tutorials on them, they are great for leveling out performances, giving you headroom, balancing frequencies a bit, I use clippers all over my drums to give them more punch and consistency.



    [AudioAssault]404 error | Audio Assault HeadCrusher[/url]: Pretty nice saturation plugin. If you don't already use saturation you're missing out! It can be used to add color and flavor to a flat sounding snare, it can add grit and aggression to vocals, it can add organic/analog glue to a bus, fatten up toms, it's an essential tool in my toolbox. This particular one is a Decapitator clone. There's also a paid version of this plugin that gives you more options to make it more like the original Decapitator plugin.

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  7. #69


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    EDIT: just realized that this isn't the vst amp thread. Mods, please move if necessary.

    Hey all. I'm getting some decent sounds using the lepou amps and using some own hammer IRs, but for some reason the sustain and substance seems to disappear in the upper register, like the signal is super weak. I've turned up the input to the point of clipping, but only minimal improvement. All EQ off as well.
    Last edited by Seanbabs; 03-08-2016 at 02:00 AM. Reason: Shit

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    Have you tried using the TSE Tube Screamer vst? That might help squeeze a little more out of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassidy View Post
    Have you tried using the TSE Tube Screamer vst? That might help squeeze a little more out of things.
    I'll give that a go, just don't feel like it should need it.

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    Slate Digital VST plugins & bundles....anyone using them? Favorites? I'm looking to invest in a bundle for console strips, virtual compressors, tape machine, etc., & the Slate gear seems killer. Looking for feedback (no pun intended) from producers, engineers, recording guitarists who love or hate it.

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