WavesFactory TrackSpacer 2.0

Discussion in 'Production' started by lostnthesound, Jun 18, 2013.

  1. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Came across this rather interesting looking plugin claiming to "...cleverly creates space or room in a mix for any instrument, voice, or other audio source by performing automatic, multi-band equalisation on a per track basis."

    I'm skeptical, but for an intro price of $50 I'm going to give it a shot and will report back my findings.

    If anyone on the forum owns this feel free to drop some feedback below.

    Cheers.
     
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  2. Binary_UK

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    For that price im gonna shell out for it too, will update with my findings also :)
     
  3. lewis797

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    Will be interesting to see if this plug in works!
     
  4. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    Don't forget to put a sausage fattener on the master
     
  5. subprime

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    Yeah post up reviews guys, keen to hear what you think. The demo track that sounded best to me was the synth/strings one, could definitely see this plug working on those pads and things you want to fill out the spectrum without muddying things up.
     
  6. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Only had a bit of time to mess with it last night. I quickly took a tune with a very busy mix + vocal in an attempt to make the vocal cut through the mix a bit more in the mid/mid-high range. After a few minutes, the results were actually surprisingly good. It seems to create a bit of transparent "ducking" based upon the fundamental frequency of the signal being sidechained. I still have to put it through its paces, but my initial impression is quite positive. Will continue to update...
     
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