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  • jessy_c_deadjessy_c_dead

    Huge!

    Rob Papen RP-DistortPublished on 11/23/11 at 15:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Perfect installation, we downloaded the format is needed, it starts the install / mpkg, we enter the serial number received by mail and let's go!

    Available in VST, RTAS, AU 32 and 64 Bits

    I still find no inconsistency.

    And the manual is not really necessary! (Unless you really want the plug has mastered 100% There's may need to take a look, I would one day)

    Configuration level there are a lot of parameters, all at hand and very simple to understand.

    A filter, a compressor section, an adjustable stereo width, part "Distort" with still a lot of tools, including choosing the type of distortion, EQ, and a gate and a bottom portion LFO, more other things ... As well as presets a g…
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    Perfect installation, we downloaded the format is needed, it starts the install / mpkg, we enter the serial number received by mail and let's go!

    Available in VST, RTAS, AU 32 and 64 Bits

    I still find no inconsistency.

    And the manual is not really necessary! (Unless you really want the plug has mastered 100% There's may need to take a look, I would one day)

    Configuration level there are a lot of parameters, all at hand and very simple to understand.

    A filter, a compressor section, an adjustable stereo width, part "Distort" with still a lot of tools, including choosing the type of distortion, EQ, and a gate and a bottom portion LFO, more other things ... As well as presets a gogo all as good as each other!

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I'm on i7 iMac with 8GB RAM running Logic Pro 9, there's no need for all that it is running, the plug did not look very greedy.

    These plug-ins are really great, it sounds immediately and instinctively!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had today only, I do not usually leave reviews for others do much better than me, but I was pleasantly surprised so I wanted to share it!

    My style of music is quite Rock / Industrial. So the distortion is a significant effect for me.

    I try many, including the famous Camel Audio CamelPhat, not bad too. Freeware, the Waves, Line6, Audio Ease, and so on ...

    But the advantage with that is that it respects quite well (in any case much better than many others) the frequencies of each instrument, be it drums, guitar, vocals, synth ... While many food much of the spectrum, and in the end it sounds poo (or draft), the no! Finally, if a little is normal, but it's still "beautiful" and artistic!

    Still, it must still enjoyed the Lo-Fi in general! That's good, I'm a fan!

    To summarize the sound palette is wide, and go a slight coloration of the sound has a totally destructive like HP pierced (or Fuzz) has the limit of the operator.

    With Part Filter (deactivated) which gives a kind of Flanger / Phazer can be very interesting in some cases when coupled with the distortion.

    I had to buy the RP-Delay is 12 Euros at Time + Space, to be able to download RP-Distort which is a free plug-in for owners of a product Rob Papen.

    I do not regret, over the RP-Delay is very good, though at the base I thought I never used it!

    Very nice surprise to this editor that I really thought (too?) Inked techno and company, in the end I found my account!

    9 because we can always do better ... But he lacked little to reach 10!
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