Don´t miss out on Audio Damage – Good stuff

Audio Damage has a couple of really nice VSTs, especially fond of their Dr.Device unit

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Dr. Device is two (two! two!) hi-octane analog-style effects in one. First in the chain is a multi-mode filter, featuring our own private reserve 4-pole lowpass, along with 5 other tasty musical modes. Then, your audio takes a trip through our true-stereo analog delay. Couple these effects with a two-node XYZ pad, motion recording, and kinetics (you have to see it to believe it) and you’ve got an effect well-suited for both live performance and studio tweaking.

Oh and by the way – this is an intriguing story…

Trust the Germans to stretch mechanical sound reproduction to the limits of sanity. Optimal Media Production’s VinylDisc features three minutes of vintage vinyl goodness on top of a standard 70 minute CD, enabling you to stage an ‘analog vs. digital’ comparison test in the comfort of your own home with only a single disc. It’s a brilliantly silly gimmick that just might entice a few members of the digital generation into dabbling with turntables. I’m OK with that.
“The VinylDisc is a combination audio CD and special record. It consists of two attached layers. The silver layer contains digital audio information, while the black upper layer can be played on every record player.

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~ by steelberryclones on October 23, 2007.

One Response to “Don´t miss out on Audio Damage – Good stuff”

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