Sonimus Britson is designed to emulate both the workflow and sonic character of analog mixing consoles. Grouping Imagine being able to control all Britson instances from a single instance. The preamps on their own sound good too. As mentioned, this can be gentle, even when using the Fat or Loudness settings. And it is sounding great on nylon guitars. Each buyer receives a personalized copy for use in the studio, on the laptop, etc.
Your mixes will have more clarity and better dynamic response, due to increased headroom. The Britson Channel and Buss plugins by Sonimus. Britson Channel and Britson Buss with Grouping panel. The only other thing to mention is that the filters are gentle and musical, rather than surgical or coloured. Sonimus has announced , an upcoming console emulation plug-in for Windows and Mac. However, this is no 'black box' solution.
But otherwise, I can't wait to mic up a kit and really put it to work! Overall, we feel Satson works best as a 'load and forget' processor that enhances your mix. Each buyer receives a personalized copy for use in the studio, on the laptop, etc. Trim control may be applied to channels, buses, or both. Sonimus makes pretty good stuff in my opinion. You can create a group name by right-clicking it, or you can simply use the default name. Britson was modeled to impart that classic warm, open, three-dimensional sound. Sonimus Britson and Satson Consoles : Grouping of Channel's and Busses has the pleasure of announcing free updates to Britson and Satson, adding support for Channel and Bus Grouping.
Both come in mono and stereo versions. I tracked a drum session the other day. . Fat mode emphasizes low-end saturation and makes for a more aggressive sound. Sonimus Britson is designed to emulate both the workflow and sonic character of analog mixing consoles.
He is the Michael Jackson of the software forum. If you want to push things harder, there's plenty of gain available the auto gain compensation is very welcome , but the sound never becomes nasty. The hardware inserts are really nice for using my external preamps. Finally we set all channel plug ins to 'fat' mode 1. The Buss plug-in has fewer controls and no input level.
However, you still get the Fat option and a further back-panel Loud setting that adds more saturation to high and low frequencies. Britson allows for a remarkably high number of instances per session. This control only affects grouped instances. The new kid on this block is Sonimus, whose Satson plug-in is designed to be inserted on your channels, busses and master output. Updated versions of both plugins will launch shortly, in June: Britson during the first week and Satson during the third. You may use Britson as you wish.
Britson is inspired by a classic british 8014 console, it was modelled to get that classic warm, open, 3D characteristics. This feels like a combination of a bit more air and some mid-range presence and edge, plus some glue in the lower frequencies. There's also a Fat option that enhances the saturation for a given signal level. Initially with no Satson plug ins then 0. This Neve console simulation might be interesting. Now listen to our audio demo to hear: Drum Kit: Here we have a full multi-miked drum kit. While inspired by a classic British 8014 console, Britson has a personality all its own.
First up, with no Satson, then 2. Britson, besides being a subtle saturator, can be very aggressive if volume is increased from the input. Britson brings cohesion, and slightly alters the frequencies to give the mix an interesting analog vibe. However, we're now starting to see plug-ins that emulate the subtle sonic and dynamic behaviour of desk channels and busses themselves. Britson was modeled to impart that classic warm, open, three-dimensional sound. Russian Review by Yorshoff Mix User Testimonials Bernardo Martins B.
I'm a big fan of the smaller devs like Sonimus, Klanghelm, Hornet and Valhalla. The package contains two plug-ins, Channel and Buss, each offering a slightly different sonic flavour. Grouping Imagine being able to control all Britson instances from a single instance. Finally this will be great. All platforms support both 32 and 64 bit operation. He is the Michael Jackson of the software forum. We also noticed that the stereo crosstalk mostly affects high frequencies or at least is most noticeable in that range.
This Neve console simulation might be interesting. Sonimus makes pretty good stuff in my opinion. Playing with the two 'color' channels has been fun today too. The underlying concept is that the plug-in saturates like an analogue console, imparting that flavour to your mixes. Each buyer receives a personalized copy for use in the studio, on the laptop, etc.