At the moment, using the bx-refinement on a parallel bus for the of the saturation ... I like to buy .
P.S Thanks to everyone !!!
I just used bx_refinement one minute ago...again. I had to compile a vocal for a radio show that was clipped and from 3 different sources. The disparity was obvious and refinement was what I turned to to 'sort it'.
The radio personality that needed it was happy with the end product again, All thanks to bx_refinement. I quite like the GUI graphics...whoever came up with that layout is a thinker as it explains exactly what it does. Thanks Alliance for these great plugins.
Sounds better than soothe to my ears
You can use this on on practically everything that sounds to harsh. It has a learning curve but when you know how to use this plugin it does a really awesome job.
Yes, it’s best to ‘get it right at the source’, but it’s reassuring indeed to have BX Refinement around to deal with harsh sounding source material just in case. I find it uncanny how the plugin can round off harshness without crippling the track’s brightness and sparkle. It also works well on the master bus (with gentle settings) to correct a mix that has grown a bit bright over time. (Without having to mess with individual tracks, avoiding the risk of upsetting the overall balance you’ve achieved).
I've enjoyed using this to manipulate samples. Sometimes a sample source just doesn't have the same sonic characteristics as the project it's being used in, but the sample doesn't need any extreme changes. In those cases, this tool has helped subtle round off the edges and pull an outside sound into an existing mix.
Great plugin. I use this subtly on trumpets on trumpets playing jazz or pop. It leaves the good stuff in the sound while reducing the ice pick in the ear frequency.
Sometimes you have to thoroughly clean up many tracks in a mix, often because they have been recorded in an acoustic unsuitable environment and this can cause a general sound not very good. bx refinely can give a great help in this case.
It makes the sound very enjoyable right away. And even though the mix sounds good already, an extra touch with bx refinement gives added value to the sound.
Very good Plug-in. Try for yourself. I'm sure you'll be impressed.
I love bx_refinement. It's very very easy to use and can take any overcooked mix element and smooth it out so it sits nicely and becomes very listenable. I can have fat distorted guitars that don't wear my ears down and sound so much more appealing. And when the listener reaches for the volume knob to turn stuff up, as opposed to turning down something that is a little harsh ... then you know you've done your job properly.