TRCoA Library - Tag: 'plug-ins'

Where our staff and faculty post all kinds of information regularly and the community can ask questions and comment. Browse, click on a tag, or search for a subject.

Best vocal de-esser

What’s your go to de-esser when you have a sibilance problem with a vocal? Things to consider - ability to adjust sensitivity, threshold, dry/wet ratio, Q and specific frequency range affected. Can’t afford plugins? No problem. Another great alternative to dealing with sibilant vocals is to just...

Getting That "Tape Sound"

There’s a common misconception about what “tape sound” is, and what it can do to a mix. When we think about the magic of tape, we usually conjure up bands like Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, or even the grunge bands of the 90s. However, we must also consider that “tape sound” also includes ban...

What's the Best Limiter?

For most engineers limiting is usually the last step in the process and can make or break the sound of your final masters. Whether you’re trying to compete in the loudness wars or just get your track up to industry standard, some important things to consider when choosing which type of limiter to ...

Plug-in Alert! The band Vulfpeck has been one of my bands for a long time. Check them out But a student told me these guys are making their own plugins to get some of these incredible sounds! Amazing! They are incredible. Check them out: Vulf Compressor- Goodhertz