- 254EIt's a pretty solid little box.
It might not be the most versatile dynamics processors, but it's one of the better sounding ones.
It's great that they can model these boxes. But it's kinda crappy that they kept the stepped gain controls.
- 254EOne of my favourite plugins!
Killer on Bass.
Great for indie music. Full of vibe!
- Just fantasticIve heard it compared to a 33**9 and damn it sounds as good as that.
The 254E works great on drums, bass and almost anything you throw at it. Adds nice gentle "english" limiter saturation vibes.
- lindel neve limiterSmooth, sweet & stunnin device. Love it, I'm truly impressed! Thanks
- Lindell 254EWeighty, punchy, good depth, warmth, and easily dialed in quickly. Nice tool to have for lifting your instrument (s) up in the mix. This is a great plugin, more than reasonably priced, a joy to use and looks great. Thanks Plugin Alliance!
- This is really something special!Listen, the last thing we all need is another compressor, right? Wrong! Once I tried this one I was blown away! Having used the original hardware at a studio during a session, I was captivated by it's warm sound and instant vibe. The Lindell captures this perfectly and adds a few tricks of it's own. If you are on the fence about adding another compressor to your arsenal, don't. Get this now!
- Fat & GreatIt does exactly what the description suggests.
I typically get annoyed by descriptions of how much any given tool "rocks," but that really is what this does. It's a strongly-colored limiter, and it's fantastic for beefing up a guitar bus or a drum bus.
- lot of character!Great on 2 bus and group bus. Really crunchy and works amazing when you push it to limits!
- Lindell AudioA great tool to have in the arsenal . I love it
Good on everything so I use it a lot .
Thank you Plungin Alliance
- 254ESounds really, really good, really one of the best emulations of its type without a doubt. The only frustrating thing is the lack of input trim to deal with the weird gain staging that we have in today's digital plugin world, which seems to vary between manufacturers some of who faithfully emulate analog gear's operating levels, and those who don't.