|From Beacon_Lights_of_Jupiter on 08.02.2008, 22:31:
Cost effective VST\'s
Are $20 synths worth it? I have one but I wonder if it would suffice to use freebees until I can get a $200 plug.
|From shadowbane on 08.02.2008, 23:16:
DSK strings is a pretty good strings VST. I suggest you try that for your string sounds.
|From Beacon_Lights_of_Jupiter on 09.02.2008, 17:53:
I have that one. It is pretty good. I was talking about more movie soundtrack type fullness that is difficult to get using free stuff. Closest thing I have found are soundfonts.
|From Directionless on 09.02.2008, 22:37:
save your 200+ bucks for high end VST effects/mastering tools like Ozone.
|From TranceMyriad on 10.02.2008, 05:04:
umm, Directionless, that appears to be an illegal (but still paid) site for nexus (i.e. they are selling a cracked version of nexus). The real website is http://www.refx.com/?lang=en&page=products/nexus/summary and nexus costs about 300 USD.
|From Directionless on 11.02.2008, 21:03:
|From Beacon_Lights_of_Jupiter on 15.02.2008, 21:44:
So, save up for the mastering side of things? I guess so. Does it make that much difference? Could someone with ozone, soundforge, or the like clue me in.
|From Directionless on 15.02.2008, 22:10:
|From TranceMyriad on 15.02.2008, 22:49:
Hmm, to be honest, I think the mixdown stage matters more than mastering. Ideally, mastering should just be like the final polish - a little EQ adjustment here and there to, for example, make it fit better with the other tracks on an album.
|From TheTakeoverProject on 24.12.2008, 07:10:
Hmmm.... good bit of advice about the presets. I tend to chunk a vst if i find out it doesn't have any. My mistake...
|From shadowbane on 24.12.2008, 18:20:
If you don't like manual experimenting you can always randomize for some interesting sounds...
|From robomatix on 28.12.2008, 16:12:
I do different methods :
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