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Old 12-20-2002, 01:08 AM
Johnny Jam Johnny Jam is offline
Join Date: Jan 2001
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Default Sony Dynamics or MCDSP Compressorbank

Just downloaded the Sony dynamics demo to compare it with my wonderful compressorbank ver.3
I matched the the Sony kick preset to Mcdsp CB1, switched of the warmer effect on the Sony plug, and expected Sony to beat the crap out of Mcdsp. To my surprise I couldn't hear any difference. In fact I was able to improve the sound on Mcdsp by adjusting the knee to my liking.
I did the same with snare, bass and guitar and not once did Sony dynamics sound better than Mcdsp compressorbank IMHO.
I'm not sure if I am disappointed with the Sony plug, or just happy to have comfirmed the quality of Mcdsp. Anyway, I pretty sure my wallet will stay in my pocket this time....
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