Many great reverb plugins have come out in recent years. A few of my favorites include Universal Audio’s EMT plates and Lexicon 224, along with the more affordable Valhalla reverbs. While we could endlessly debate which plugins should make a “who’s who” list of recent reverbs, I think that most … Read More
When I was presented with the opportunity to review the Kaya from UBK’s new plugin line, Sly-Fi Digital, I decided I wanted to approach it in a different way.
The timing coincided with starting mixes on a new project, so instead of general descriptions … Read More
Sly-Fi Digital, a newly founded digital arm of UBK Audio, launched last month with what seems like highly varied product line, especially when you consider the fact that they’ve only released three plugins to date.
At first glance I was drawn … Read More
1073. Among audio engineers, these numbers evoke reverence, tradition, and occasionally, lust.
The presence of these classic modules in so many famous studios, along with the records made with them attest to the lasting appreciation for this fabled design.
Vintage units are highly coveted, and internet … Read More
For most engineers, the ultimate goal is to be able to “feel” their way through a mix, and to do their work in a completely natural and intuitive way.
Much like professional musicians, who often transcribe great solos with the hope that in time, that conscious effort will lead to … Read More