On the blog — July 21, 2022
A major update to all plugins
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
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I absolutely love my options while using Goodhertz plugins. I love adding some grit to a sample using Lossy and Wow Control to give it some serious character. Goodhertz gives me every color in the coloring box.
Multi-Platinum Producer (Jaden Smith “Icon”/”Plastic,” Black Eyed Peas, Logic, The Roots)
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.
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.
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.
On the outside it may look like a Volvo, but under the hood it’s a monster truck!!
Multi-Grammy winning mix engineer (Coldplay, John Mayer, Brazilian Girls, Bob Dylan, David Byrne, Paul McCartney)