Vintage Warmer Tutorial Part

Takes a look at PSP Audioware’s Vintage Warmer. Issues surveyed include what it is, what it does, and what you can expect when you tweak a knob or two.

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Vintage Warmer Tutorial Part ultima modifica: 2013-06-29T21:40:09+00:00 da admin

27 thoughts to “Vintage Warmer Tutorial Part”

  1. Per me:
    Rachmaninov 2 (1 mov)
    Rachmaninov 3 (1 mov)
    Prokofiev 3 (1 mov)
    Prokofiev 2 (1 mov)
    Ravel in sol maggiore (2 mov)
    Shostakovich 2 (1 mov)
    Rachmaninov 2 (2 mov)
    Tchaikovsky 1 (1 mov)
    Tchaikovsky 1 (3 mov)
    Schumann in a min (1 mov)
    Liszt 1 (1 mov)
    Grieg 1 (1 mov)
    Beethoven 5 (2 mov)
    Mozart 21 (2 mov)


  2. le mie sono Aria sulla quarta corda di Bach e Al chiaro di luna di Beethoven.
    Elaios anche qui da me piove…ma amo la pioggia quindi oggi sto da Dio!
    Un bacione!
    qui ora già si muore di nuovo di caldo,anche se ha ricominciato a piovere…

  3. nice vid, great plugin!
    I am awaiting for PSP mastercomp,
    as this is my number 1 digital compressor, super clean

  4. I really like that plugin thanks for the rieview! Do you know where I can purchase this version of the vintage warmer? I only find the vintage warmer 2 where they added a “fat” knob.

  5. I believe you get the VW2, the slimmer VW, and the super-slim Microwarmer when you purchase the plug for one price. That’s what I got back when I bought it…

  6. Doesn’t the soft knee setting effectively bring the threshold forward, which is why you see compression start to work when you turn the knee higher. By smoothing the curve, the start point where compression starts is earlier, though smoother overall.

  7. As a general theory to stand by with all effects, try to exaggerate the effect you want so that it is beyond obvious, and then pull it back to the point where you can barely tell it is there. It is much more difficult for the ear to determine the correct amount of any effect when you come from the other direction. That’s what’s difficult about this plug: the listener should never be aware it is being used…

  8. I don’t get the idea of comparing the attack and release action to the tape speed. Does it realy work like that? The faster the attack and release, the better the quality?
    I get the idea of tape speed compared to the harddisc capacity etc, but does the attack and release time relaly variate the quality of proccessing?

  9. Hi, thank you for the great tutorial. But let I don’t quite get te idea of comparng the release and attack times to the quality it is proccessing.

  10. Next time please use something else than a sine bass ’cause I couldn’t hear you when you cranked the volume because the bass was so loud.

    But thanks for the tutorial!

  11. hi thanks for explaining would this be your main compressor then on tracks or would you add it for tape saturation later i dont quite get how you actually compress the signal or how you lower the threshold would this be done with the ceiling

  12. It’s hard to say unless the plug is opened up and the mechanisms that run it are analyzed by someone with a firm knowledge about virtual plugs. I mentioned on the video that tape speed during recording directly influences the sound fidelity after the recording is made. The faster the tape, the better the sound preservation. Even though this plug is a compressor/limiter, it’s internal character allows it to act as an exciter or saturator as well.

  13. It could be placed anywhere you feel the need for more warmth. But as I mentioned, this isn’t one of those plugs that is obvious when it is used. It needs to be quite subtle in your mix. I think it is used best when your tracks have been arranged and at the mixing stage you are looking to help the tracks “sit.” Think of this plug like a salt shaker… Food is okay without it, but add a little and you have more vibrant flavors. Too much and your dinner is wasted.

  14. The Speed setting emulates slow tape or a slow compression when at 0, and fast tape and fast compression when set at 100. When combined with the Release setting, you can match it to your tune’s dynamics.

  15. Hey mate, I’m not particularly interested in using this plugin any time soon, I just wanted to have a conceptual understanding of how it works.

    I must say, you did an excellent job on this video. The sound quality of your DAW output and the microphone output sounded great, and the video quality was nice and clear as well. Not only that, but the zoom & pan effects definitely bumped up the quality of this little tutorial.

    Nice work, cheers!

  16. excellent tutorial… at last I udnerstand what the heck is this or that button exactly doing… just keep going mate….

  17. Great job! I felt like I had a very good understanding of what this thing does, but I learned a lot from your video. I have a hard time NOT using this thing on every channel. On to part 2!

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