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OK, this stuff is scary… like someone’s been inside my brain hearing my aural fantasies… and then made them real. I’ll be figuring out things to do with all these plugins for years.
Multi-Grammy winning mix engineer (U2, Sheryl Crow, Peter Gabriel, Elvis Costello, The Black Keys, Cibo Matto)
these plugins are instant sonic palette extenders. I’m finding inspiration in the most unexpected places, especially when cueing up Tupe and Megaverb. wow!
hand habits, yes/and
I absolutely adore your plugins. VulfCompressor is my favourite compressor by far and I used it extensively on my sounds to the recent Wolfenstein games. PanPot sits on almost every channel and is the best way I’ve found to quickly dial in a space for anything. Faraday is my new favourite goodie that sits on the mixbuss and it does all sorts of snappy things that really bring a groove to life. I love it all!!!
Composer & Sound Designer (Wolfenstein: The New Order, DOOM)
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
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.