Sound Engineers loved this hardware unit and this plugin is a treasure.

This is a new entry to my collection of plugins. The PSP 2445 EMT is a reverb processor plug-in that sounds great and it’s easy to use.

Inspired by two legendary early digital age reverberators: the EMT® 244 and the EMT® 245. PSP thoroughly researched how to bring the specific features of those simple, yet very musical sounding reverbs to life as a plug-in.

The reverb algorithms implemented in PSP 2445 are based on original algorithms designed by Dr. Barry Blesser (one of the grandfathers of the digital audio revolution). Thanks to Barry’s extensive consultation and support those algorithms sound as good as the originals and plug-in could be officially endorsed by EMT Studiotechnik GmbH.

This plugin is on discount until the 5 of July at only $29. Don’t miss this opportunity. https://www.pspaudioware.net/

The PSP 2445 EMT immediately found its way into my productions and mixes. My favorite reverbs hug the track in a way that is supportive and not distracting. Using this plug-in feels like I have the EMT units in the equipment room. Rich, complex and dense, this reverb plugin lives permanently in my mix template.

Greg Wellsrecord producer, songwriter, musician, and mix engineer
Celine Dion, Katy Perry, Adele, Pharrell Williams, Rufus,  Timbaland, Pink …

The PSP 2445 is an exceptional reverb plugin. I remember seeing the original in all the mastering rooms. It was a really high quality verb that few could afford. The depth and natural decay of the PSP 2445 plugin is impressive. They matched perfectly the original and actually I think they improved it. It’s no surprise, I love so many of their other plugins.

Michael Brauerlegendary multiple Grammy winning mix engineer
Coldplay, John Mayer, Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones …

The PSP 2445 is a welcome addition to any plug In arsenal.  It faithfully reproduces, and goes beyond,  the EMT 244 and 245 classic algorithmic reverbs which were EMT’s digital version of a plate reverb.  These super musical reverb units are just gorgeous on vocals, guitars, drums and percussion, synths, bass, strings, nearly anything you can throw at it.  These reverbs are based on tried and true designs that were made to just sound great in a recording studio and the PSP 2445 does not disappoint.  It’s at home for subtle short doubler type effects as well as long beautifully decaying reverbs – something I find difficult to achieve with a plug in.  If you’re looking for a very useful extremely musical versatile plugin, look no further.

Paul J. Falcone, Mixer, Musician, Engineer, ProducerMissy Elliott, Jay-Z, R. Kelly, Maxwell, Luther Vandross, R.E.M., Justin Bieber, Mary J. Blige …

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Bass ReAmping

I often received poorly recorded bass-guitar to mix. More and more people are simply recording their bass via DI Box, or straight into a sound card.

Today like we used to do in the past we can reAmp the bass into virtual amps to obtain a good sounding bass guitar and the result is phenomenal.

There are lots and lots of amp simulation plugins out there, but the one that I keep going back to is the emulation of the Eden WT-800 Bass Amp, done by one of my favourite company Softube.
If you haven’t tried it yet, get an account at Softube and download a free 20 days trial and fell in love as I did. For me, this is truly the best sounding emulation plugin of a bass amp. This plugin is also licenced to Universal Audio and available as UAD Plugin.

Developed by Softube, the Eden WT800 Bass Amplifier plug-in is fully endorsed and authenticated by Eden and is an exacting emulation of this industry-standard bass amp.

Eden WT-800 Bass Amp pro favourite

Innumerable pro players, including Mike Rutherford of Genesis and Mike Gordon of Phish, have come to treat this amp as essential. It’s great for the grungey dirty vintage sounds, of course, but for the heft and clarity required by modern hip-hop, R&B, pop, metal, and jazz, there aren’t many that can compete.

That modern hi-fi richness comes in part from the extraordinary quality of the amp itself, but also partly from the additional features in the side-panel: the classic microphones, expertly placed, the easy bi-amping, and the intuitive mixer.

KNOWLEDGE
Re-amping is a process often used in multitrack recording in which a recorded signal is routed back out of the editing environment and run through external processing using effects units and then into a guitar amplifier and a guitar speaker cabinet or a reverb chamber.

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Porcelain Raft New Single is out. Mixed and Mastered by Manolo Remiddi

Porcelain Raft to Release New Album Next Month (May 15 2020).
Today his new single “Come Rain” is out and with an out of space video created by Rä Di Martino.

“The world stopped. I managed to come back to Italy the day before the airports were on lockdown. As I stepped in Rome I felt frightened, it’s surreal to see Rome silent. You can feel how tense people are. On the other side, you can tell there’s a lot of solidarity. Helping the neighbour with little things for instance. We have been confined in our houses and exposed to big numbers and huge-scale operations. This is why I decided to share these songs now. What a better time to hear our inner voice. This album is my rain chant in the time of drought, Come Rain is an invitation to look inward, into our micro-cosmos, whatever we may find. To look for that place within us that is everything but hell, so we can give it space and let it dance.” – Porcelain Raft

Musicians playing on this album are
Nate Mendel (Foo Fighters, Sunny Day Real Estate) on Bass,
Gaspar Claus (Jim O’Rourke, Sufjan Stevens, Rone) on Cello
and long time collaborator Matt Olsson on drums

Music and Lyrics by Mauro Remiddi
Produced by Mauro Remiddi
Mixed and Mastered at CNXL STUDIO by Manolo Remiddi
Art cover by Ra Di Martino

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