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Old 01-13-2019, 12:54 AM
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An ATMOS tent pole feature film will eat up 700 voices easily. (voices not tracks)


Sure, but on a single machine? We normally use several PT systems for such a big project.
Also, pardon my ignorance, what is a tent pole feature film?


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Old 01-13-2019, 02:09 AM
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Tent pole features are the big blockbusters that a studio financially depends on. In the US, it’s usually the big blockbusters that anchor the summer movie season. Example: The Avengers or Jurassic Park
They usually have the prime movie weekends and all other movies are scheduled around them.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tent...(entertainment)
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Old 01-13-2019, 04:18 AM
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back to topic...


"still dreaming of new DSP verbs.... ."


AudioEase Indoor ...


meanwhile a couple of time on the market
and getting a must have for Post.
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Old 01-13-2019, 09:43 AM
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back to topic...


"still dreaming of new DSP verbs.... ."


AudioEase Indoor ...


meanwhile a couple of time on the market
and getting a must have for Post.
I would love to hear opinions on AudioEase Indoor. Anyone using it regularly and without issue? CPU friendly and no automation glitches?

I'm fascinated by it and think it is the cat's meow but it is not cheap. If it's used on every mix it would be worth it however.
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I would love to hear opinions on AudioEase Indoor. Anyone using it regularly and without issue? CPU friendly and no automation glitches?

I'm fascinated by it and think it is the cat's meow but it is not cheap. If it's used on every mix it would be worth it however.
I've been a huge fan of Indoor since day 1.

I use it on every mix. I have 1 or 2 on every flavor.... for a total of... maybe 10 in every session.

It sounds great, has an amazing UI, and for me has been rock solid.
I was sold after the first time I used it for a house party scene. Moving the music around the house for perspective was so much less time consuming than other reverbs.

Also it has input pan following with adjustable spread. Something most 5.0+ reverbs don't have.

Not great for Large long reverbs... or sound designy things... but that's not what it's for.

If I was starting a studio from scratch it would be the 2nd plugin I would buy (after RX)

NOTE: I have not used it DSP... just Native... I run a fully native rig.
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I've been a huge fan of Indoor since day 1.

I use it on every mix. I have 1 or 2 on every flavor.... for a total of... maybe 10 in every session.

It sounds great, has an amazing UI, and for me has been rock solid.
I was sold after the first time I used it for a house party scene. Moving the music around the house for perspective was so much less time consuming than other reverbs.

Also it has input pan following with adjustable spread. Something most 5.0+ reverbs don't have.

Not great for Large long reverbs... or sound designy things... but that's not what it's for.

If I was starting a studio from scratch it would be the 2nd plugin I would buy (after RX)

NOTE: I have not used it DSP... just Native... I run a fully native rig.
Just the kind of input I was looking for! Thanks for sharing.
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I've been a huge fan of Indoor since day 1.

I use it on every mix. I have 1 or 2 on every flavor.... for a total of... maybe 10 in every session.

It sounds great, has an amazing UI, and for me has been rock solid.
I was sold after the first time I used it for a house party scene. Moving the music around the house for perspective was so much less time consuming than other reverbs.

Also it has input pan following with adjustable spread. Something most 5.0+ reverbs don't have.

Not great for Large long reverbs... or sound designy things... but that's not what it's for.

If I was starting a studio from scratch it would be the 2nd plugin I would buy (after RX)

NOTE: I have not used it DSP... just Native... I run a fully native rig.
Seems well suited for pre-fader sends, is that how you are running it?
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Seems well suited for pre-fader sends, is that how you are running it?
It is well suited for that.

I actually run it both ways in my template by using dummy outputs and having the main bus on a send at unity. This way I can choose between:
-normal post fader send behavior
-almost "Pre-fader" operation by adjusting the main "dry" send
-Go 100% wet by bypassing the main send

That setup works very well with maximum flexibility.


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Thanks!

I'm missing NY! Hope all is well up there and it's not tooooo cold.
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"I've been a huge fan of Indoor since day 1."


same here , very flexible in sound, no crash in 6 months ,
very authentic compared to real rooms/mikes ,
it is intended for post with small till medium/larger size rooms,
not large halls , also very usable on music.
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