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BUYER’S GUIDE

We present our guide to mixing and mastering effect plug-ins. Over the next three pages, we’ve included everything we’ve reviewed over the last four years…

ESSENTIAL GUIDE MIXING AND MASTERING PLUG- INS

BUDGET

SONIMUS EQS

Price€32 to €59

TypeVintage EQ emulation suite

FormatVST, AU, AAX and RTAS

www.sonimus.com

Three vintage EQs emulating classic Neve and Pultec models.

WE SAY“Any one of these three EQs could make a great addition to your studio plug-in collection, but they complement each other well, and provide different functionality which can be brought to bear on different instruments within your mix.”

IZOTOPE DDLY

Price$49

TypeDelay

FormatVST, AU, AAX and RTAS

www.izotope.com

Combines two delay lines with a unique threshold control, which sends audio signals above the threshold to one delay and audio below the threshold to another.

WE SAY“This is likely to remain a permanent part of our mixing setup for some time to come.”

ROB PAPEN RP-EQ

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