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Camel Audio CamelCrusher [Freeware]
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  • Amok_Amok_

    Freeware very effective

    Camel Audio CamelCrusher [Freeware]Published on 09/13/12 at 01:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Download on the site after registration Camel
    Test on PC VST

    This aims to grow and color sound
    It emulates a compressor, drive and filter cutoff / resonance

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Takes little resource
    No crash

    OVERALL OPINION

    This plug is perfect for all synth, it can significantly alter the sound.
    Otherwise, you can use it for any (piano, organ, violin, guitar, ...)

    Very good freeware, simple but effective and respects her.
    Try this with the excellent Luxonix and KR delay and deverb
  • MamazMamaz

    Camel Audio CamelCrusher [Freeware]Published on 08/09/06 at 01:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Easy to install, a small executable takes care of everything
    - 4 simple round knobs: one master (volume of input and output), a compressor (the more turns the more you compress, with an option phat), a gain that simulates the sound lights (we obtain a more or less distortion pronounced, which strengthens and dirty all kinds of signals) and finally a classic band-pass filter.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    - 2.4Ghz ASUS PIIIP800> RMEmultiface, 1g Ram
    - No sound very greedy, we can simultaneously use several
    - A stable and efficient.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I use it for two days, especially on the master section.

    - At the top, the compressor, which greatly simplifies thing…
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    - Easy to install, a small executable takes care of everything
    - 4 simple round knobs: one master (volume of input and output), a compressor (the more turns the more you compress, with an option phat), a gain that simulates the sound lights (we obtain a more or less distortion pronounced, which strengthens and dirty all kinds of signals) and finally a classic band-pass filter.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    - 2.4Ghz ASUS PIIIP800> RMEmultiface, 1g Ram
    - No sound very greedy, we can simultaneously use several
    - A stable and efficient.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I use it for two days, especially on the master section.

    - At the top, the compressor, which greatly simplifies things when it comes to add punch to an entire piece without sacrificing the overall color.
    Try also on guitar, bass or snare drum as well.
    It is really ideal for sending up to kick, and gain in sound pressure
    (HP's dance and send the air)
    Then the other modules are interesting and may be useful in many different musical contexts.

    Gratos? and yet it is a tool for mastering Home-effective, has a personality, but mixes well with other tools.
    Also use the tube gain adjusted to offer a hand on vintage instruments, and if you turn the knobs to the bottom, one side destroy!

    I luv it!
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  • Anonymous

    Camel Audio CamelCrusher [Freeware]Published on 08/25/07 at 01:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Implementation very simple, very easy to use, well designed presets that give an idea of ​​what can be done.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I'm on a PowerBook G4 1.66 with 1GB of RAM, I use Logic 7, the plug is managed smoothly. It is reasonable CPU consumption, I play 4 or 5 Camelcrusher smoothly.

    It's stable, something very promising for the freeware.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month, it became a favorite of plug but with the excellent Luxonix (also a freeware which I recommend).

    I use it to boost some elements of the battery (DC and Kick) on some tracks, the bass pushing for a duet and fuzz phat Comp. Vote on it is interesting, certainly much better and more mu…
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    Implementation very simple, very easy to use, well designed presets that give an idea of ​​what can be done.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I'm on a PowerBook G4 1.66 with 1GB of RAM, I use Logic 7, the plug is managed smoothly. It is reasonable CPU consumption, I play 4 or 5 Camelcrusher smoothly.

    It's stable, something very promising for the freeware.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month, it became a favorite of plug but with the excellent Luxonix (also a freeware which I recommend).

    I use it to boost some elements of the battery (DC and Kick) on some tracks, the bass pushing for a duet and fuzz phat Comp. Vote on it is interesting, certainly much better and more musical than all distos Logic plug.
    It worked wonders on my Rhodes, it can be very wild when pushed, or when discreet and friendly (good compression emulation lamps).

    A real nice surprise, a simple plug, intelligent and sound very professional.
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