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New Software Review: Rotary Mod by Eventide

As Eventide continues to port algorithms over from their H9 platform to your DAW, I can’t help but continue to dive deeper into what they are calling the H9 Plugin Series. These tools are simple, effective, share a common user interface, and translate surprisingly well to production applications considering their Read more… The post New Software Review: … Continue reading New Software Review: Rotary Mod by Eventide

New Software Review: Neve 1084 Preamp & EQ by Universal Audio

Both Neve and Universal Audio are names that need no introduction. When you’ve got the authentic sound of recorded music’s most lauded front-end gear, coupled with the power of Universal Audio’s Unison Technology—and the high-end components their Apollo interfaces are loaded with—you’ve got a recipe for some very pleasing sounds. Read more… The post New Software Review: Neve 1084 … Continue reading New Software Review: Neve 1084 Preamp & EQ by Universal Audio

New Software Review: MicroPitch by Eventide

I remember the first time I used a micro-pitch effect in a mix. I was mixing a track with a friend of mine who was older, held more jobs in studios, and just flat out had more experience than me. We were taking turns at the helm, about 20 or Read more… The post New … Continue reading New Software Review: MicroPitch by Eventide

New Software Review: CrushStation by Eventide

Saturation. At this stage of my mixing game, I’m not quite sure what I’d do without it. As it has become further and further engrained in my go-to mix processes, I wonder why, in my short-lived stint studying music production in college, it was not given the same attention as, Read more… The post New … Continue reading New Software Review: CrushStation by Eventide