Sonimus breaks down why it’s beneficial to use console emulation plugins in your workflow.
Analogue mixing consoles are magical pieces of gear. They instantly transport us into the recording studio mood and get musicians excited about tracking and playing their music through them. In fact, some are responsible for the sound of the most iconic songs and albums in music history. Part of it comes from their subtle harmonic distortion and analog summing which add punch, presence, and color to the audio.
Nowadays, modern digital technology and analog modeling techniques have brought the sound from these large-format consoles straight into our computers, allowing engineers and producers to get the cohesion and three-dimensionality only obtained when mixing in big studios.
Let’s break down some of the benefits of adding analog console emulation plug-ins into your workflow.
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