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Any Fab Filter Fans?

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Hello

I feel like I might be late to the game, but what is the group's opinion on Fab Filter plug ins? Looking at Pro Q 3

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Pro Q3 is the bomb!  EQ and Dynamic EQ.  Great GUI!  It does not color the sound - it is a very clean and transparent EQ.  I use Waves Q10 (less CPU) for little stuff and Q3 for the bigger edits.  I love all the Fabfilter stuff - they seem to do well in Cakewalk.  I don't remember a crash related to their plugins ever. 

Max Arwood

 

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Yea - They're top notch. Wish I could afford to get all of their plugs.

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I've had them for a long time, they're high quality in functionality and looks, but I hardly ever use them.  Reason: out of all my plugins they impose the heaviest CPU load and it becomes a pain adjusting the project environment to cater for this.

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The only ones I use all the time are Pro Q3  and Saturn 2.   Q3 in every project-not on tracks just buses.  In Q3 you have some options you can change to lower CPU usage.   Manual says Q3 is more efficient than Pro Q and Pro Q2.  If I didn't have Q3 I would use Waves Q10 or Renaissance Eq then Melda or Waves for the dynamic EQ.

Max Arwood

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