REAPER’s ReEQ – Free download from nitsuj. This is the best sounding, CPU friendly, fully featured JSFX plugin for REAPER hands down. In looks, it’s reminiscent of the FabFilter and features Andy Simper’s (Cytomic) SVF filter algorithms used in Ableton’s highly regarded EQ Eight. Download it for FREE…
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Why buy a Console 1?
I’m sure every old school engineer/producer who has had the privilege of working with a traditional, large-format analogue console will agree that the job goes much quicker than mixing with a mouse and a keyboard in the digital domain. Console-style mixing creates a synergy between the user and the board because everything is in the same place, with the same layout and is always on display. It goes without saying that it’s easier to reach out and adjust a physical EQ, than having to grab a mouse, open a window , load a plugin and tweak each knob one at a time. Softube Console 1 is aimed at bridging the gap between hardware and software mixing. Continue reading “Softube Console 1 Mk2 with REAPER review”
A quick heads up for Cockos Reaper. Reaper is a fantastic DAW despite having possibly the worst name in DAW history. Free for non-commercial use, frequent updates and will host a large number of plugin hierarchies. Reaper will run on Mac or PC and even Linux, with some coaxing. Continue reading “Reaper DAW – Audio Production Without Limits”