February 8, 2023 at 6:28 pm #4772Bob KatzKeymaster
Note that some of these are based on preliminary measurements and listening tests. If you find contrary evidence, please let us know and I will recheck.
Tone Projects Kelvin: An amazing little plugin that so far (to my ears and measurment does harmonic distortion right — without aliasing at any sample rate.
Leapwing Dyn One 3: Very little aliasing in parallel comp mode. Tested at 96 kHz sampling.
PSP OldTimer MB: Very little aliasing. Tested at 96 kHz sampling. I use this plugin very frequently when mastering from stems. I have NOT used nor tested its tube emulation option.
- This topic was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by Bob Katz.
February 9, 2023 at 8:59 pm #4775Bob OlhssonModerator
I can certainly agree with those four!
To me the big test is what happens when it gets downsampled to 48 or 44.1. I assume this is about the quality of low-pass filtering and never going for maximum bandwidth at high sample rates.
- This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by Bob Olhsson.
February 11, 2023 at 2:23 am #4799JasonHillerParticipant
What about eqs? Have you checked out the new Sontec by Make Believe/Metric Halo? Bob (Katz), many years ago I asked you why when I put on almost any plugin (with the exception of sone Metric Halo stuff) it always immediately sounded worse (or louder and worse like the UA stuff). I was new to DAWs having been mostly analog. Your answer was complicated and over my head. But I appreciated it nonetheless. Feel free to moderate my comment right out of this forum. Miss you. 🙂
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