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Old 06-17-2014, 12:46 PM
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Default Re: Massey and Slate

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Originally Posted by Eric Lambert View Post
I have yet to come across a method of de-essing which "sounds" better than attenuating volume manually. It's a pain in the ***** when there are many events to treat but in the end it comes out natural. For de-popping, I tend to hi-pass the offensive region at around 100hz - higher if necessary - and that works perfectly. Massey's is my favorite de-esser (though I'm getting to know FabFilter and it's smart) so it would certainly be nice to have as AAX.

Same with FGX. They say it's being rewritten. I say they're devoting their energy to other (i.e. new) products, and I don't blame them, but as an FGX owner it would be nice to see this tackled.
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