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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.
Apart from how insanely good all of these plugins sound, the GUIs are also some of the most intuitive and logical out there right now. It’s the future.
Grammy-nominated mix engineer — Bosco, Lennon Stella, Nasty Cherry, VanJess
I use Vulf Compressor on pretty much every song I make. I love it for bass, drums, guitar, and keys in particular. It brings out a particular warmness that I have not found in any other compression. It makes everything so much more buttery and old-school without diminishing the quality of sound. I love to use the Lohi plugin on backup vocals. I use the “tiney” setting often to create a distant and whispery atmosphere. I also use Lohi on drums, sometimes for a more muted and understated drum sound, which I like for certain ambient-style tracks. Goodhertz makes some of my favorite plugins! They truly elevate the sounds to the next level.
I am currently using both Vulf Compressor and Wow on a project to get lo-fi crunch on drums that I couldn’t get any other way. I have also used Wow instead of normal chorus plugins to widen and separate sounds. I like different and quirky things to stand out from the crowd.
I ended up using several Goodhertz plugins all over the Tenet score and now I want more! Panpot alone was a lifesaver because we recorded the entire orchestra individually from each player’s home. The spectral panning was a major assist.
Tenet, Black Panther, The Mandalorian, Creed II, Childish Gambino, St. Vincent