Good to know! Thanks for the heads up.
Very cool, Thanks for sharing!! in 2009 I got a copy of Ozone 3 after our band at the time went to Canada disc to have our CD mastered and even with all the expensive outboard gear they had. I was surprised to learn that a big chunk of the CD was mastered with Ozone. But he was really comfortable with it, and was able to fix some phasing problems, even control some verb aspects into the quieter passages..the low end sound beautiful. Weighted but not boomy. I had a little success with it..but since liked alloy a lot more for some reason. For me its about a seamless interface. But even to this day I tend to not take as much time as I should with mastering, but now on Audio Jungle I’m digging out some old books and plan on taking some extra hours or more just for that. But I guess it’s what you re comfortable with and whatever gives your unique project it’s best sound….for years I wasn’t comfortable with my near fields, but now I’m used to them and they’re responses..just like cubase I tried switching to a newer version of Sonar…but I just wasn’t comfortable…it’s all about work flow I think. I love my original UAD1 plugs. Still haven’t updated yet..but the LA2A and Pultec gets used on almost every project. You re right PSP is magic! I need to use that one more. Waves are great…but I’ve only recently got into their signature series and the Masserati mastering is so warm. Best Ive heard..possibly more so than the PSP . I’m loving that plug.