Phoenix is amazing and has been a huge part of every mix I've done for years. When I heard about the new HDX cards the first question I asked was whether Phoenix was making the move, and with the new AAX version it has!
Cranesong Phoneix is a must for any work I do. Whether it's adding life to a digital piano, or bringing out the vocal in an IEM mix, Cranesong always delivers. I never gig without it.Cranesong Phoneix is a must for any work I do. Whether it's adding life to a digital piano, or bringing out the vocal in an IEM mix, Cranesong always delivers. I never gig without it.
With the Phoenix Plug in and it's assignable parameters, it is reminiscent of having your tape machines aligned the way you want it to sound, but now we can add these to individual inputs, from using "Dark Essence" on a kick drum or snare to Luminescent on your vocals and Guitars or stereo buss. I just recently put it across all my strings with the Sydney Symphony, it was killer. I've always had my multitrack aligned at 30ips, non dolby at +6. With Phoenix I can make it sound anyway I want, on any input or output and bring the entire mix to a new level of listening.
IT ROCKS the HOUSE,,
I'm a believer...
Howard "Howie" Lindeman
"The Avocet is the benchmark for all to follow. When it first came out, there weren't a lot of options on the market that could do multiple (analog and digital) inputs and monitoring outputs-which was important for my needs. It literally takes care of everything in my studio and most importantly, it sounds amazing. The convertors are incredible and can be trusted in a variety of environments. I have come to rely on the Avocet so much, that when I visit other studios that don't have one I insist they rent one or encourage them to consider buying it. Even with all the options that are available today, for me nothing has yet to compete with the Avocet." - Tony Maserati
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