I want to share this article written by Joe Gilder of homestudiocorner.com for today’s audiophile roundup. Although he used to believe that attractive compressor plugins had to sound better than ugly ones, he has now come to know the truth: ugly ones can sound good too. Don’t fall into the same trap he did and convince yourself that it’s your ugly plugin’s fault that it sounds bad (instead of your own).
Worth your attention:
Why Ugly Compressor Plugins Rock
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Thanks, for this.
What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.