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Boris Morey

“… WeissKlang is a new German microphone manufacturer who has paired the V13 linear cardioid mic with the color of the Sonimus KlangFormer mic-modelling software. Sonimus is famous for the Satson mixbus software (and more!) which has many fans on Gearslutz…” “…In conclusion, a stellar first microphone from WeissKlang – the V13 is a solid …

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Today we have a great choice for DAWs, and almost everyone is using a 64 bit operating system. Yet, there are some good reasons to use a 32 bit DAW in a 64 bit system, especially if you’ve been mixing with a DAW for years! Certainly, a 64 bit application can access a lot more …

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In this article, by Dennis J Wilkins, we will discuss audio latency. You may have heard or read comments stating that you must have very low latency with your DAW, seen tests and articles discussing which interface have the lowest latency, and even worried that your latency isn’t as good as it should be! What is …

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“Taking a look at the plugin suite from Sonimus: Some really cool EQ’s and an extremely versatile compressor…. I did an entire mix with only one across many channels! …I’m really impressed with these!”

In this article, we will discuss gain staging and levels in the mix, explain peak values, RMS, VU, and detail on how to obtain optimal headroom in the box. Having optimal headroom is mandatory in order to obtain a great mix. Introduction: When we mix ITB (in the box), usually, we don’t have a volume …

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Sonimus has the pleasure to announce a free update to Satson 1.3.2 & Britson 1.1.2 consoles. Britson Changelog: Fixed some grouping related crashes. Fixed VST3 VU Meter Freezes. Fixed many VST3 GUI problems. Satson Changelog: Fixed some grouping related crashes. Fixed VST3 VU Meter Freezes. Fixed many VST3 GUI problems. Fixed Crosstalk Switch.

In response to our valued users’ feature requests, Sonimus is pleased to announce a free update to our recently released StonEQ 4k Equalizer. StonEQ 4k is inspired by the idea of mixing the best of the 4000 EQ’s two units: The Brown version (which in our opinion is the most musical) and the best attributes of …

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StonEQ 4k is inspired by the idea of mixing the best of the 4000 EQ’s two units: The Brown ve rsion (which in our opinion is the most musical) and the best attributes of the Black version. Let us demonstrate with an example: When using the “Width” control, you will notice that from 0% to 49% …

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“Plug-in developers Sonimus are already well known for excellent emulations of analogue EQs and consoles, but although their first compressor is based on a variable-mu tube circuit as used in the Fairchild 660 and 670, it’s not an emulation of those venerable units. Rather, TuCo shares some of their ‘analogue’ sonic characteristics and adds a …

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TuCo has a familiar, though minimal set of compressor controls, with some different nomenclature: the input level control (effectively the inverse of threshold) is called Amount, while Release and Output level controls are called just that. There are no attack or ratio controls labeled as such, but there is a Mode switch to provide some …

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