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Old 06-27-2019, 11:14 AM
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Thanks for sharing, it makes me consider spending the money I won't give Avid anymore on the Slate bundle
I mainly use vmr SSL and vtm multitrack. And on 2 buss the vmr 2 bus into VBC into vtm 1/2 inch. For other stuff I use all different plugins. I prefer clean and precise eqs like Sony oxford.

I'm probably just going to buy vmr, vbc, vtm. And get off the subscription. I don't need all the different slate plugs. I have tons of real hardware as inserts as well.

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Old 06-27-2019, 01:25 PM
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What do you think would be the best UAD plugin that is equivalent or even better than HEAT?
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Old 06-27-2019, 05:01 PM
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What do you think would be the best UAD plugin that is equivalent or even better than HEAT?
If you are asking me I don't use UAD. So dont know.

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consider plugin cost $95 and integration $400

That is a pretty safe equation as far as the sound quality, I think. The integration is nice, but it isn't worth two thirds the price of Pro Tools Vanilla.
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Old 06-27-2019, 07:37 PM
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I mainly use vmr SSL and vtm multitrack. And on 2 buss the vmr 2 bus into VBC into vtm 1/2 inch. For other stuff I use all different plugins. I prefer clean and precise eqs like Sony oxford.

I'm probably just going to buy vmr, vbc, vtm. And get off the subscription. I don't need all the different slate plugs. I have tons of real hardware as inserts as well.

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Thanks again, very appreciated.
I agree as I mostly use similar combinations from Waves, I really find Kramer Tape to be a useful tool. About clean EQs, I use them more and more as my love for pristine, detailed audio grows... with age I suspect.

I can't see your signature from the phone, I'd love to hear some of your work.
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Old 06-28-2019, 12:15 AM
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If you are asking me I don't use UAD. So dont know.

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Check Plugin Alliance Plugins ... UAD are just porting them to their platform whereas you can get them at 1/4 of UAD price and in my opinion are the best out there
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Old 06-28-2019, 09:43 AM
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you don't happen to have or be able to create with/with out audio file by chance I would love to hear something.


Interesting proposition.

I never saved my active bypassed versions

I literally turned it on and played with it once I got it and it’s on by default since
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HEAT is definitely a handy and great sounding little addition to Pro Tools. The way it integrates into the channel strip is terrific...



...but, not at $495. It's a crazy amount of money for a saturation plugin, and there are alternatives out there that sound terrific for far, far less.

This is all true
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Heat is underwhelming. Subtle but didn't make it sound better. Slate was clearly the best. You can pile on vtm on every track and it just sounds good. Subtle. Makes the sound deep and wide. 3D.

Heat has the best implementation because it's just 1 button.

But I don't think Heat is a tape emulation so for what I was looking for it didn't help.

Slate annoys the crap out of me but the vtm vmr combo is the best sounding imo.

100% agree - especially with Slate and their historic faults at programming- this is why heat wins for me
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