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Old 01-17-2016, 09:16 AM
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Default Cut the cord with Waves

Ive been Waves free for a month now!!

Using Avid PT12 plugs, RX 5 Advanced, and Penteo 7.

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Old 01-17-2016, 03:48 PM
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What is your Rcompressor alternative. I have yet to find a good one. Or lack the knowledge to set one up to behave like the Rcomp.
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Old 01-18-2016, 12:07 AM
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Default Re: Cut the cord with Waves

Almost the same here! I only need to find replacement for Waves Center plugin, and will sell all what i have from Waves.
I know, it's possible to go around with M/S path with Dynamics and EQ, but having all in one plugin makes life easier.
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What is your Rcompressor alternative. I have yet to find a good one. Or lack the knowledge to set one up to behave like the Rcomp.

i think the old avid/BF classic compressor LA3 is great, sounds best in limit mode.
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Old 01-18-2016, 12:25 PM
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Get fab filter pro ds. Best de-Essex out there.
AndDMG audio equick to replace q10. And Equilibrium as a general IQ.
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What is your Rcompressor alternative. I have yet to find a good one. Or lack the knowledge to set one up to behave like the Rcomp.
Massey CT5 and DMG Compassion.
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Old 01-19-2016, 06:43 AM
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I use the Flux Stereo tool for adjusting the M/S balance.


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Almost the same here! I only need to find replacement for Waves Center plugin, and will sell all what i have from Waves.
I know, it's possible to go around with M/S path with Dynamics and EQ, but having all in one plugin makes life easier.
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I've cut the cord with everyone BUT Waves, and couldn't be happier.

To each their own I guess
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Waves make some of the worst sounding plugins out there.
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Waves make some of the worst sounding plugins out there.
Yep!
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