My config: Mac not very powerful but it apart good config
Low Power CPU and perfect stability
Used for 6 months, competing with plugs of the same function in the crusher camel audio camel and vintage warmer in the psp audioware
If you want to know my opinion on this plug, read the notice of sonicsnap, I agree totally.
It is for me a great variety of plug + compression distortion, all in parallel with the dry signal. Great except for one thing: the interface pretty but all clear! Basically I had to really flog to understand and take quelquecjose this plug. The central display screen: we hacked hack it and it makes us a pretty design which we understand nothing. I still do not know what plug after 6 months, and still no manual.
But after a little practice, I can tell you that stands up to VW, as the case I use one or the other. It depends on the context.
So for 35 euros .... Go for it!
Then take a loop lambda drums, then another low synthesizers ... And you take a night to make you hand over
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sonicsnap's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Simple and easy installation as a VST (sorry, an AU.) Manuel useless, I trust my ears and possibly the hard curve that appears in the central display.
I never encountered any problems. This plug-in uses very little CPU (Mac Pro, Digital Performer).
I use this plug-in for several years. I wanted a waveshaper (keep fond memories of Waveshaper Pluggo that I used when I was under MacOS 9, what a pity that Pluggo were not followed and updates.) So I acquired it in blindly, but without taking big risks for the price (around 35 €).
The purpose of this plug is warm sounds by applying compression and overdrive you can "shape" and measure up the distortion. Well what I can say is that it works very well. You can get sounds that resemble a mini-recording K7 where we would not hesitate to go a minimum in the red. The results can be truly natural and warm. In fact, I use it willingly Bad Buss Mojo on my synths, but also on everything and anything, including drums and vocals, alternating with the great "Vintage Warmer" PSP. Sometimes I even use two (Bad Buss Mojo for saturation and PSP for compression.) In fact, I would do this choice without hesitation ..