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Re: Plug-ins, effects - what's in your basic tool box?

I'm using Ableton and just discovered puremagnetik.com. They create  
incredible effects and instruments from existing Ableton devices.  
Highly recommend,
On Aug 12, 2008, at 11:27 AM, kkissinger@kevinkissinger.com wrote:

> I'm using VST FX with my laptop -- mainly because to set up and  
> transport the equipment is easier than with bulky hardware racks.   
> I like my hardware FX units better but I have had to travel light  
> to play outside of my studio.
> The other nice thing about VST (computer-based) FX is that I can  
> have multiple instances of an effect at different places in the  
> signal chain.
> I use an input strip with insert effects:
> Reverb, Delay Modeler, Overdrive, Chorus, Phaser, Ring Modulation
> Currently I send to four instances of "Double Delay" and a Surround  
> Reverb.  Each Send is routed through an independent panner.
> Each instance of Double Delay sends to Surround Reverb.
> The reverb on my Input strip is used to generate "bigger than life"  
> reverbs while the Surround Reverb sets up the Surround Sound field.
> Panning is extremely important to me.  I could live without the  
> insert fx but I wouldn't want to give up the panning.
> In a previous post, I spoke of my experiments with a bucket brigade  
> configuration and I look forward to utilizing this and integrating  
> the LP1 into my setup.
> -- Kevin