Old 05-22-2019, 01:40 AM   #81
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I just went ahead and purchased Submarine after running the demo on a few things. I really like what it does for generating natural sub harmonics. It does a better job than LoAir and is a different animal entirely to Maxx Bass and R Bass. There's a lot more tweakability on this compared to LoAir which has been my go-to sub generator until now. It's pretty quick and easy to dial in good results too.

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I've heard people saying there's up to 20 ms of delay with the sub signal on Gearslutz. Is that something you've noticed?
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Old 05-22-2019, 11:18 AM   #82
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I often make the rookie error of slapping compressors on everything cause it "sounds good." No it doesn't.
Idk man, I think it sounds pretty good if you slap this on everything, heheh. You don't have to compress to get some mojo.
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Old 05-23-2019, 04:08 AM   #83
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I've heard people saying there's up to 20 ms of delay with the sub signal on Gearslutz. Is that something you've noticed?
I read about that too but I haven't noticed anything yet. I haven't tried it on individual instruments yet, just full mixes, but it does what I want in that capacity very effectively. I see it as a useful mastering tool in cases where the mix engineer may have been a little heavy handed with a HPF on the master or even on too many mix elements.
My initial tests were some personal remastering projects where I used it to fill out tracks on some of my favourite albums lacking in the lower octave or two. It worked really well on Jean-Michel Jarre's "Concerts in China" album which is a tremendous performance but seriously lacking in earth rattling sub frequencies that suit the genre so much. Most of his studio albums are very full in that respect but this album was lacking. Submarine really brought it to life in a way that sounds completely natural to me.
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Old 05-23-2019, 04:09 AM   #84
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Cool dude !!! THX!
Youre welcome.
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Old 05-23-2019, 04:12 AM   #85
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Scheps Omni Channel is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO freaking good!!!!!!!
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I read about that too but I haven't noticed anything yet. I haven't tried it on individual instruments yet, just full mixes, but it does what I want in that capacity very effectively. I see it as a useful mastering tool in cases where the mix engineer may have been a little heavy handed with a HPF on the master or even on too many mix elements.
My initial tests were some personal remastering projects where I used it to fill out tracks on some of my favourite albums lacking in the lower octave or two. It worked really well on Jean-Michel Jarre's "Concerts in China" album which is a tremendous performance but seriously lacking in earth rattling sub frequencies that suit the genre so much. Most of his studio albums are very full in that respect but this album was lacking. Submarine really brought it to life in a way that sounds completely natural to me.
Cool, thanks for the reply.
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Scheps Omni Channel is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO freaking good!!!!!!!
It is one of my favourite plugins. I'll have to share the vintage Neve presets I've created for it some time soon.
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Cool, thanks for the reply.
You're most welcome.
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