Just downloaded and installed this mix pack and pretty impressed (more than some of the other mix packs) and is great as a broad sword processing tool doing rough mixes (whilst having a low cpu load hit). I can also see it on final mixes albeit used gently. I love adding 3 or 4 ez presets on 1 instrument building processing layers and the results can be quite impressive.
Just out of interest, which of the other packs have you tried that you are comparing it to when you say it’s impressed you more than others?
I’ve been wanting to increase my EZmix preset bank but the other packs haven’t really grabbed me enough to shell out for them – this one definitely appeals tho…
iMac 3.06 GHz 4 GB OSX 10.6.5, Focusrite Saffire 6 USB, Logic Pro 9.1.3, Lacie D2 Quadra
Yeah, thanks for the Ainlay mixpack. As a Mark Knopfler wannabe since 1978 I have waited a long time for this.
… Now I am just waiting for Toontrack to sample Pick Withers’ drumkit from back then:
Should have been in C&V-
Yes, I know Ainlay didn’t mix Dire Straits back then, so maybe there is even an idea for yet another mixpack too.
Just downloaded and installed this mix pack and pretty impressed (more than some of the other mix packs)
this one is useful while the Rock pack was a disappointment. I didn’t bother with the songwriters or the allen morgan pack because the sound examples didn’t sound good, the songwriters examples had sibilant vocals and the heavy song on the morgan page sounded terrible and muddy.The Metal pack is pretty good too but this one and the Core presets are the best so far IMO.
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