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post Jul 8 2015, 09:54 PM
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If you're looking for your first payware DAW, its worth checking;

http://harrisonconsoles.com/site/mixbus.html



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post Jul 8 2015, 10:42 PM
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From the video, it looks like a great DAW. I already have Logic but this has a ton of awesome features; like being able to change plugin parameters from the mixer and having built-in channel strip/mix bus emulation. And it's only $79.. Can't believe I've never heard of this before.


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post Jul 8 2015, 11:58 PM
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QUOTE (Socky42 @ Jul 8 2015, 09:42 PM) *
From the video, it looks like a great DAW. I already have Logic but this has a ton of awesome features; like being able to change plugin parameters from the mixer and having built-in channel strip/mix bus emulation. And it's only $79.. Can't believe I've never heard of this before.


It was more of a summing tool in the first versions, extremely limited mix capability but had a nice sound when taking a mix from one DAW and placing the tracks in it. The limitations (couldn't even open plug-ins back then...) was the reason its wasn't very popular.

I'm pretty sure its still very limited compared to logic but finally it has some proper features as a DAW. Its less expensive than buying console emulation plug-ins (like waves ssl) too which makes it even more preferable specially for home studio guys.


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post Jul 9 2015, 09:28 AM
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Harrison makes very high end consoles and the Summing ability on this daw is just amazing. Some folks will complete a mix and bring it in to mixbus just for the summing!! IT does such a great job at analogue summing that it's hard to believe its' digital. It's a great price too.

Each track is very similar to a real world console. So it actually sorta helps you get used to working on a real board which is something the others don't do.


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It was more of a summing tool in the first versions, extremely limited mix capability but had a nice sound when taking a mix from one DAW and placing the tracks in it. The limitations (couldn't even open plug-ins back then...) was the reason its wasn't very popular.

I'm pretty sure its still very limited compared to logic but finally it has some proper features as a DAW. Its less expensive than buying console emulation plug-ins (like waves ssl) too which makes it even more preferable specially for home studio guys.



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Interesting! Never heard of this before. Will check out the video now smile.gif


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