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Old 06-02-2005, 05:03 AM
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Default Cranesong Phoenix analogue plugin recommended

Hi,

Have been trying the Cranesong Phoenix plugin, and i think this is by far the best analogue emulator i have tried, i can't guarantee it is emulating analogue exactly! as i haven't used analogue for a long time, but this is adding a lovely creamy warmth to just any thing i try, especially on drums, it is giving a nice presence to the sound without being over the top!

A 20 day trial period is available! and it's not very heavy in chip usage.

Let mw know what you think people!?

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Default Re: Cranesong Phoenix analogue plugin recommended

been using it since it came out, great plug.
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Default Re: Cranesong Phoenix analogue plugin recommended

me too. one of the most musically useful plugs you can buy.
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Default Re: Cranesong Phoenix analogue plugin recommended

same here absolutly fantastic plug
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Default Re: Cranesong Phoenix analogue plugin recommended

Tried the Demo on several different things.. Liked it at first then I did not like what it did to the top end. I already had McDSP AC and really only use off and on.
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Old 06-02-2005, 08:23 AM
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Default Re: Cranesong Phoenix analogue plugin recommended

Phoenix - I Love it. Also have McDSP but rarely use it now since it seems to make the top a bit edgey
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