I run a Macbook with Logic. So far, not a single compatibility issue.
I have never needed to reference a manual for this unit. Its a very simple plugin with really only the knobs on the face to mess with.
Yes, the configuration and setup is very simple. Instantiate it into a track, and tweak the knobs. Thats it. The presets are a nice way to get comfortable with this unit quickly if you are not familiar with a Filter bank.
All the typical functions are right in front of you, very easy.
Yes, the software works correctly inside of Logic 9. No hiccups so far. It has never crashed, and it always keeps the setup I left it at when I come back to a project, no matter how long the time is between.
If I had to quantify it, I guess 10 out of 10. It does what its supposed to do and sounds perfectly fine to me.
I have been using this unit for 6 months now. Its a great little tool to give you that distant "radio" kinda sound, or to fatten/thick up a sound. I must recommend setting this plugin up to a midi controller, only because its faily time consuming trying to operate by a mouse. Its just not as responsive with a mouse.
What I like most about the plugin is its simplicity. Its just 17 knobs that you tweak until you get your sound, no crazy bells and whistles. Simplicity is key most of the time.
What I don't like is what I mentioned earlier, kind of a pain to use with a mouse.
Audio damage has always been moderately priced, and this guy is no exception. I think I paid $40 for this plugin, which is not too bad.
As far as I can tell, the quality of the sound matches the already existing quality, so thats good. I use the Filterbank in Logic 9 sometimes, but I find this one a little more user friendly.
For $40, I would definitely buy this guy again. It does its job and its does it well (and very simply).
Install super simple, effective, like the serial number.
It works on XP as win 2000 without worry. Super simple setup in general.
Manuel super simple, too ... pity he did not say more about the usefulness of each frequency ...
but hey just take a good book on ls frequencies, the "mastering" and other ...
Performance is very good.
I heard all about the plug ins "audiodamage". It is true that some of their tools eat up a lot of cpu (I am referring to plugins and RONIN MAYFEX to be There's actually tests and performance issues) but I confess that nickel!
Besides I have other plugins that company (and Delay DEVERB AudioDub) like the cpu performance with more than adequate sound quality superb.
I find their plugins very simple and effective to use.
In addition they have a nice look and all the buttons can be controlled by MIDI (MIDI learn functions included).
I really have nothing to say about the stability, no crash.
I use this plug recently but I already BCQ color noise .. you will say normal because it simulates the moog filter ...
For two other plug in I use, I have the same opinion, very simple, very effective, everything is controlled by Midi (midi learn included) and very beautiful, very beautiful sound ..
In addition, the price is unbeatable in my opinion. Most of their plug-in is around 35-40 dollars, converted into euro, this is really cheap for the quality obtained. Finally this is only my opinion.
The only downside, the documentation a bit simplistic (at the same tps value -> it's going straight to the point) and the plugin interface is a little big on my laptop screen. It may just be a nuisance ...