It’s available to buy now. The Amplitude Studio Team received feedback that many users wanted an easy-to-use time-saving way to EQ a track. The new Amplitude equalizer is now the perfect way to easily EQ a track and it even has a new, easy-to-understand GUI.
Pro Tools Expert team member Peter Barter takes a look at v2 of the Oxford Limiter from Sonnox. After running through the GUI and some of its new features you can also hear some examples of how loud this updated classic and very musical sounding plug-in can take your tracks.
The Oxford Limiter has always been a hugely popular plug-in, especially in the world of Pro Tools and in the mastering world. The first version was released in 2000 and was very well received. The plug-in has a very “clean” sound that is very musical, which many users love. The new version is set to be released on the 25th March 2015.
The new Oxford Limiter v2 has been developed by the same team that created the original Oxford Limiter and is another outstanding example of the outstanding work they do. This plug-in really delivers in terms of sound quality and dynamic headroom. It is a very well-rounded classic plug-in that, with a little tweaking, can be used to very clean up nearly any tracks, but also has enough versatility to be used on some harder edged tracks.
It is easy to be seduced by the look and sound of a plug-in like this, but the biggest gain will come from using it and having it sound right for your recording or mixing. The Oxford Limiter v2 is the first step towards that, so take a few minutes to download the trial version of the Oxford Limiter v2 and give it a try. It is very well worth taking the trial version for a spin as it will give you a really good idea of what this plug-in can do.
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