On the blog — Feb. 15, 2022
The shape-shifting letters of Tupe
Is that a variable font in the middle of the Tupe interface?
On the blog — Sept. 27, 2021
How to Use Tupe for Mastering
How to get the most out of Tupe in a mastering session
On the blog — Sept. 2, 2021
Mastering Chain for Beat Tapes
A guest post from Tiago Frúgoli
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Probably every single Ableton session that I open up, whether I’m making my own music or enginering something — mastering or mixing for another artist or my own music — I put the Vulf Compressor on, usually the master.
Wow control sounds better than my ✲actual✲ tape machine (or the other 10 hardware pedals I have that emulate warble/tape effects for that matter).
Black Knoll Studio
Goodhertz is easily one of my favorite plug-in designers these days as they make high fidelity audio inspiring. The look and feel of their plug-ins is also easy and refreshing, with flat colors on a white background. There are no knobs to “turn” with a mouse – just simple slider controls that change the percentage of each parameter.
Producer & mix engineer. Writer for TapeOp
Goodhertz is giving engineers tools they need in the modern age. There’s so much character built into these plugins. Vulf Compressor is amazing at warming up really cold, digital feeling recordings. I can’t count how many times Goodhertz has saved me.
Man. Where do I begin? This stuff allows me to do everything in the box, stuff that used to take four times as long as it needed to, like bouncing my projects through the SP404 or tape machine. Your plugins allow same (or better!) analog veneer without me having to lose control of my mix by forever printing it to tape or recording it as a chunky WAV from a sampler. I couldn’t be more impressed. I’m actually proud to use this stuff.
AKA Botany, Austin producer