Sound & Recording reviewed the Passeq plug-in in its January 2011 issue. Besides the product description and assessment, there are also sound samples available to all subscribers. That way you can actually listen for yourself if the plug-in is really the “Passive Power Horse” they state in the title.
The Passeq plug-in was reviewed by Sound & Recording’s own Hannes Bieger. We selected the following excerpts for you:
Regarding high-frequency processing:
“The Passeq’s sound is unnoticeable, specially in the high frequencies. It can manage subtle corrections with an incredible elegance, specially when it comes to acoustic signals, regardless of whether it’s vocals, wind instruments or percussion. The processing always evidences the finest details in a way that makes you feel as if you were looking at the audio material through a magnifying glass.” View Full Article »
Producer, songwriter, composer, and singer Jens Esch is the leader of German “Neue Deutsche Härte” band Riefenstahl formed in 2002. In addition to several studio albums, Esch has also released pop, rock and electronic music works, as well as film and video soundtracks. He is used to working with industry giants like EMI, Sony BMG and Warner/Chapell.
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20 years of Vitalizing sound!
The SPL Vitalizer Analog Code® plug-in was reviewed by the German “Beat” magazine in their 10/2010 issue. They paid special attention to performance and, it turns out, it was marked with the best score possible: 10 out of 10 points, which earned it the “Editor’s Choice” award. View Full Article »
On Wednesday evening, our long-time friend and colleague Enzo passed away. He lost his life much too early and will be dearly missed.
We are grateful for the time we got to share with you, Enzo.