Which 3rd party libraries are essential to you???

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MrLove
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Re: Which 3rd party libraries are essential to you???

Post by MrLove » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:43 pm

burnsound wrote:You'll get a nice analog sound with the Eq+Pre+Comp formula, but it won't really sound like a console. It's those Mixbuss programs- sometimes I just use those, and nothing else on my mixes.
Thanks for your answer. I'll try out the demos and maybe I purchase both options.

@tumburu: thanks for your answer also.

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Re: Which 3rd party libraries are essential to you???

Post by lordnielson » Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:45 pm

Cdsoundmasters Cooltec. It's almost the only Nebula program I've been using for the past couple of months.

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Re: Which 3rd party libraries are essential to you???

Post by Martinez » Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:33 pm

lordnielson wrote:Cdsoundmasters Cooltec. It's almost the only Nebula program I've been using for the past couple of months.



Yep Cooltec is pretty damn cool.

It's such and incredibly transparent sound that if it was possible for them to make a fully parametric version I'd be in seventh heaven!

Quite often I wack Cooltec on a track without any eq adjusted and just crank it so it overdriving.
It makes anything sound better. :o

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Re: Which 3rd party libraries are essential to you???

Post by Barendse » Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:38 am

My essentials:

Console: VBC (mixing) / GMC (Mastering)
EQ: Cooltec
Comp: Fate Compressor
Tape: R2R / Tape Booster +
Mastering: Behemoth
Reverb: PP2 / EMT140 / free spring reverb programs

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Re: Which 3rd party libraries are essential to you???

Post by surbitone » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:12 am

Alex B - BMQ & VBQ
AITB - Germanos EQs
CDSM - W295 - (I have the hardware too, nice having interpolation!!)

AITB - Mammoth
CDSM - GEQ
CDSM - NSEQ Solid state
Alex B - VMQ
AITB - Doc Fear
CDSM - R2R & tb+ /VTM-M2
Alex B - MTP

I think thats it. I pretty much just master, so I don't need any consoles, reverb etc - though obviously, I bought them :mrgreen:

For the record, I love Sonoris & Refined Audiometrics eqs too, they are RUDE, and just as useful.

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