STUDIO HARDWARE vs. EMULATORS
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Who Cares If It Emulates The Real Thing?

Who Cares If It Emulates The Real Thing? | STUDIO HARDWARE vs. EMULATORS | Scoop.it
Have you noticed just how much attention is placed on plugins and other software trying to perfectly emulate their hardware counterparts? The idea is sound: try to re-create the analog world with t...
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Who cares if it's real or fake? Does it sound good? Did the tool do the job? Here is a blog I found which touches on the debate of hardware vs emulators. I think the author brought up some interesting points.

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Plug-in Modelling

Plug-in Modelling | STUDIO HARDWARE vs. EMULATORS | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered exactly what goes on when classic hardware is recreated in plug-in form? Heres the full story from some of the industrys biggest names.
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With the rise of Audio Hardware emulators one must decide whether or not emulators are suitable for their work flow, whether it's the better investment, and whether there are any other options out there to the more expensive hardware version. I think this article holds a wealth of knowledge useful for us young engineers endeavoring into this industry.

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Classic Audio Hardware Emulation, Modeling and Simulation by VST and RTAS plugins

Classic Audio Hardware Emulation, Modeling and Simulation by VST and RTAS plugins | STUDIO HARDWARE vs. EMULATORS | Scoop.it
Collection of classic and vintage audio hardware emulation, simulation or modeling by software as VST and RTAS plugins.
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The evolution of the internet and computers undoubtedly has change the world. Creating online jobs, online commerce, and even switching the way we manage our money. It had also impacted the Recording Arts industry. From the creation DAW's (Digital Audio Workstations) to the creation of Hardware emulators. Some of which are listed in this link posted here. There is a lot of controversy between some of the more seasoned industry professionals and some newer Digitally Native industry professionals about whether or not emulators are useful industry tools. Despite the opinions you'll have to make your own decision on the use of emulators with in your work flow. This is a list of emulators with phenomenal reviews and this is a potentially viable source of references of just some of the industry's classical hardware emulators.

 

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Analogue Vs UAD Emulation – Can You Tell Which Is Which?

Analogue Vs UAD Emulation – Can You Tell Which Is Which? | STUDIO HARDWARE vs. EMULATORS | Scoop.it
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Still haven't made up your mind on Dsp's, UAD's, and emulators? I found another article about Analogue vs UADs and on my scoop page you can find articles on DSPs and other emulators. I think this article is really helpful. It helped me to audibly hear the difference between the Analogue and UAD emulation.

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Model Behaviour: LA-2A Emulations vs Hardware - Attack Magazine

Model Behaviour: LA-2A Emulations vs Hardware - Attack Magazine | STUDIO HARDWARE vs. EMULATORS | Scoop.it
Kush Audio’s Gregory Scott uses new LA-2A compressor emulations from Universal Audio and Cakewalk as the starting point for a discussion of modelling, emulation and the use of vintage studio hardware for dance music production.
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Attack Magazine in an article with Gregory Scott of Kush Audio wrote on the difference between Teletronix LA-2A compressor vs it's emulated version. In short they find that there are differences in the hardware to software conversion. This is useful information for any one considering the investment into emulators or considering to take the bigger financial leap to the hardware version.

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