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DISCOVER | 07 JANUARY 2014 | 10 MB

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  Resident 11.02.2012 412
Discover yes
Thanks .
  Contributor 12.08.2010 102 1926
Thanks discover... We need a few more of their stuff...but thank you for the share.. Much needed...
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  Resident 12.09.2012 290
waooow thanks wink
  Resident 30.10.2012 32 571
will give it a try. Might be a "loudness war" tool...

Thanks for the share though
  Resident 25.05.2011 183
Isn't this the same as Sausage Fattener?
  Resident 8.03.2013 562
Thanks! wink
Gouda I miss you...
  Resident 9.07.2011 201
x32 x64 Bit Works!
Clean and Cool! Thank you for the RELEASE TM DISCOVER!
headbang The Best! headbang
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 2679
Thank you DISCOVER! I'll give it a test. :)

I remember "sausage fattner" being total rubbish of a plugin. Amateur programming and lots of hype with a silly GUI for kids. LOL

Limiter on this thing is a freaking havoc! In a bad sense of the word. I'm not sure what it does without it being on... if anything, except for the colour knob which is a parametric EQ with broad Q from ~+3dB at 70Hz to about 16kHz. Not sure what this colour knob is for. I call this plug "snake oil" plug. Gosh it's got a niiice biiig knoooob. Must be good if it has a nice big knob like that. :) Sorry but it's just that bad and they ask 40$ for it. I know a dozen freeware limiters that sound better. VU meter is nice and usable, though. It's calibrated at -34dB *digital peak*[!], so it can't be used for gain staging since it's not RMS and calibrated at -18dB RMS. Without the limiter engaged it is a weirdly calibrated VU meter with a somewhat broad 1 band EQ that you can't control [except the peak frequency] and a gain button. Nothing else. It doesn't even block DC... or have a HPF and/or LPF, something usable.

p.s.: this plugin doesn't produce any "analog fatness" or harmonics. Why do they call it "analog"...? beats me. For analog fatness take a listen to Klanghelm plugins, for example.

This is not whining, just my absolutely subjective review of this plugin. If you like it how it sounds, use it. :) If you don't want to destroy anything and still use it, disable the limiter and enjoy the "placebo fatness" effect. :)
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Resident 24.10.2012 2 123
only for pc? iam confused because in the video they show logic/mac os a lot?
Music is my Life!
  Resident 3.01.2011 1 3655
Ya KingBfire That just shows me that StudioLinkedVST are not too serious about there Pro plugin development when 99% of pro audio music producers and Pro audio engineers use Mac they mite make a Mac Version probably not for a wile

PS.i see on there site there is a Mac version But only AU No VST thats not good
  Resident 24.10.2012 2 123
Mac version please... :/
Music is my Life!
  Resident 27.02.2013 305
Every plugin, for so long as it delivers or alters a signal the slightest bit can yield a desired or undesired result based on what the creator/editor wants to hear ultimately. Given the various hardware and software setups we use to house an instrument or fx plugin it should be common sense to all that the default state of a plugin is different for everyone. Then when you get into the When, where, why, how, and what they are used on.. the shit is not even debatable about what tool can save or ruin the day for the producer/engineer during that specific task. We are NEVER talking about the same thing.
  Resident 3.01.2011 1 3655
there is No AU Plugin in here dunno
  Resident 20.01.2012 70
Thanks for the share. wink
Kindly remove "AU" from the tittle to prevent confusion. mates
  Resident 24.03.2009 3 276
99% of pro audio music producers and Pro audio engineers use Mac

73.6% of all Statistics are Made Up

I'm sure PC is popular for making music - lets check the section of this forum as a lets say "benchmark"
  Resident 28.12.2011 92
I'd like to call this plug a Sausage Fattener Jr-in-law.

Edit: Wow, Sausage was in fact much better! Crank makes some disconnected buzz noise (as you heard in typical waveshaper) if you turn the knob during the sound, while Sausage doesn't. Plus, for some reason Crank adds stereo width effect which I don't like. You be the judge.
  Resident 18.09.2013 3 77
tried this. it's somewhere between 'meh' & 'yuck', imho. if u find it useful, use it. wink

thanks DISCOVER headbang
  Resident 3.01.2011 1 3655
google: i mean Pro users Not people making Music in there Bed Room project studio
  Resident 21.11.2013 53
dude… benny blanco requests putting a bed in every major studio he works in because he grew up making beats in his bedroom and he is a huge part of almost every major project for the past half decade http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jun12/articles/benny-blanco.htm
The first mistake of art is to assume that it's serious.
  Resident 3.01.2011 1 3655
riot whats your point i saw a pic of his Studio and he has a Mac Computer Keyboard on his Desk wink phones Maybe because he's a pro
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