MaxxVolume saved the day.
Hear what the engineers are saying about MaxxVolume.
|"When I needed to mix 7 singers on Sugababes VS Girls Aloud’s “Walk this Way” (UK #1, 2007), and I wanted to do justice to their individual voices, I turned to MaxxVolume."|
"I smash a drum submix really hard into MaxxVolume, blended back in with the original drum tracks and it works well for that modern parallel Drum Compression."
Magna Carta Records/Tone Center Records
"MaxxVolume works best for me on individual channels in radio and post work. Sometimes even in combination with L3-LL. To me it's like using "Shadow/Highlights" in Photoshop on sound."
"I use MaxxVolume to keep lead vocals even, uncolored, and sitting well in the mix."
West Street Digital Inc.
"One thing I like about MaxxVolume for mastering is that you can use it to bring out some elements in a mix that get homogenized by standard compression and peak limiting."
Soundsmiths Mastering, Inc.
"I put MaxxVolume on a Master fader for a post mix I'm doing for an animated series. The mix on this was all over the place because of dialog, foley, SFX, and music. MaxxVolume shines for this kind of work. It cuts like a knife."
"MaxxVolume has been really useful with drums and rhythm. When I slapped it on there and got the sliders right, it bought some energy to the sound."
"MaxxVolume usually ends up on the master buss, followed by either the SSL4000 Master Buss Compressor and/or the VComp. It sounds absolutely amazing."
"MaxxVolume has done a great job at giving life to lifeless drum loops."
"MaxxVolume is much more than the sum of its components. It's great for fitting background tracks into the mix, while still giving them room to breath. Works great for metal guitar and sampled drums."