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Old 10-28-2010, 01:38 PM   #36
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Cockos' plug-ins are built to do what maths say, in theory. They're very simple but powerful effects with basic features you may or not find in most VSTs. There's nothing fancy here which makes them suitable for all situations where you're looking for transparent and detailed audio manipulation. ReaComp is one of the most versatile compressors I know but I don't use it too much because I'm always after a 'not so transparent' sound when using compression. I use The Glue, IK's OptoComp, Bombardier, The Rocket, etc., in those situations (ReaComp is my go-to tool when I work with delicate material). ReaEQ, ReaDelay, ReaGate, etc., they're all fine tools if you know how to make the best out of them.

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