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J Harry
10-24-1999, 07:52 AM
Has anybody used this plug in yet?
Does any body have any idea how memory intensive it is?

Thanks

JH

Przemek
10-24-1999, 11:39 PM
C4 takes 89% of MIX chip.
Przemek.

Corcharge
10-25-1999, 11:10 AM
How much $$$$????

moosh
10-25-1999, 10:56 PM
How does it compare to the TC Works multiband?

Przemek
10-26-1999, 12:05 AM
I don't know, I've just played with the demo http://www.digidesign.com/ubb/images/icons/smile.gif
Nice sound BTW.
Przemek.

johnwhynot
10-26-1999, 12:48 AM
I think it's around 500-600 list.

I saw the AES demo and thought it was great.

And I hate trade show demos!

JW


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profi
10-27-1999, 02:50 AM
The c4 sound much better than the Master X.
(but .. Master X is much easier to adjust...)


Great about the c4 is the very clear sound. The crossover filters in this plug in are even better than the ones in the TC Finalizer.
It's really the best multiband processor for TDM. But (as usual) you have to learn the (BIG) Waves manual to work with it.

Try it and buy it!

Jeff Ulmer
10-27-1999, 06:24 PM
I found C4 very intuitive, aside from sounding awesome. If you are used to Waves plugs, the UI is the same. Highly recommended.