United Plugins & Soundevice Digital – DIFIX 2.0 (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x86 x64]

By | March 28, 2021

United Plugins & Soundevice Digital – DIFIX 2.0

Year / Date of Issue: 01.2021
Version: 2.0
Developer: United Plugins & Soundevice Digital
Sales site: unitedplugins
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: present | R2r
System requirements: VST, AAX compatible host


Description: Many sound cards claim to have a Hi-Z instrument input. But in reality, the input impedance is not high enough for your pickups to work properly. This negatively affects the signal of your instrument. If you are using one of these types of sound cards, you will definitely need United Plugins & Soundevice Digital – DIFIX to get your guitars or bass to sound right.
The instrument input of a sound card is different from a conventional DI box. Connecting a guitar or bass directly to it can cause your recording to lose brightness and sound really dull. DIFIX uses a multi-band dynamics processor to flatten the sound and add a bit of analog richness as if you were using a real DI box.
Most often, you will need DIFIX when recording in a home studio with a cheap sound card. But we dare to say that even with hundreds of dollars worth of hardware DIs, you might still need a little fix. The question is not IF, but AVAILABILITY.
The first step is wrong, all the tracks are bad. DIFIX should be inserted as the first plug-in on a guitar track. Once you’ve fixed the imperfect input, use all of your favorite guitar effects and amp simulations.
All of the science is inside this simple-looking plug-in, so it’s not science at all to manage it. Just choose whether you are recording guitar or bass and decide how much DIFIX should improve your input signal.

What United Plugins & Soundevice Digital – DIFIX does?

Soundcard’s instrument input is not the same as a proper DI-box. When plugging your guitar or bass directly in it your recording may lose brilliance and sound really dull. DIFIX deploys several independent sophisticated processes to level the sound and adds a little bit of analogue saturation as if you used a real DI-box.

(Not only) for home studios

Mostly, you will need DIFIX when recording in a home studio with a cheap sound card. But we dare to say even with a hundreds-dollars hardware DIs you may still need a little fix. The question is not IF but HOW MUCH.

First step fix

The first step wrong, all track bad. DIFIX should be inserted as the first plugin on the guitar track. After you fix the input imperfection use all your favourite guitar effects and amp simulations. Get it now

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