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EZmix (helpful hints) 2 was designed to be as easy and intuitive as humanly possible but still leave you creative leverage - hence the two rotary controls. These are the central pieces of the software. They let you dial in and customize each setting. However, they don't simply add more or less of a specific signal chain, they control each setting's sometimes complex network of effects and allow you to tweak a creative take on each. In other words, each preset is much more than just one, plain setting.
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That, in a slightly convoluted nutshell, is what EZmix is all about when it comes to mixdown
For $39, I'd probably buy it. But a new version at well over $100, I can't see how it'll appeal more to people. Those that hate the idea of EZmix will continue to hate it with version2, but now it's more money, so they'll be less likely to buy it because of curiosity (I bet version 1 got a lot of curiosity sales).
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In that context, I agree with you. It can be helpful to use something like this in a search for ideas, to get something to work that isn't working, etc.
I typically run an EQ, a light compressor or 2, and a light limiter on the master bus. If something doesn't sound right I do my best to fix the source.
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The Controls section includes two information windows that relate to the two main adjustment knobs, telling you what the knob does in the currently selected preset, in non-technical language that is intended to be meaningful to musicians not versed in engineering jargon. If you park your cursor over the info area, further information will appear explaining what different effects the knob controls, where multiple processes are involved.
The instant gratification aspect of EZmix 2 is appealing, but when exploring some of the vocal treatments, including those supplied as additional expansion packs, I often found it frustrating that I couldn't adjust the overall amount of compression, where the controls were dedicated to the likes of delay and reverb. There are also occasions where you may benefit from putting two instances of EZmix 2 in series (or one insert effect and one send effect) — for example, you might want to use one preset to handle the dynamics and EQ, with the other used to look after overt effects such as delay and reverb.
I imagine that it's like a bunch of presets in one plug-in, with minimal room for customization. Probably a good fit for the GarageBand crowd, but I doubt it'll displace any pro mixers!
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But seriously, EZMix (moved here) 2 could be an interesting inspiration tool though. Trying out different sounds on the fly and see what comes out of it.
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Each preset uses one or more individual components from the 'building blocks' available, which comprise guitar/bass amps and cabinets, chorus, phaser, flanger, rotary speaker, compressor, gate, de-esser, delay, reverb, distortion, EQ, exciter, octaver, stereo width enhancer, tape simulator, tremolo, vibrato and wah. Images for all these devices are shown in shadow to the right of the screen, and when you load a preset, the ones that are used are lit up. However, there's no direct control over the settings of any of these devices. Instead, the super-simple control panel beneath the browser presents just two effect control knobs — which often control multiple parameters simultaneously — and two further knobs for setting the input and output levels.
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Presets are a great starting point, especially when learning apiece of gear/plug-in. But they almost always need some tweaking in my experience. And not just changing the input gain.
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In fact, EZmix is a download-only product, despite the mocked-up box shot at the top of this post and in the UK, you'd head for distributor Time+Space to get yours. Installation and authorisation is simple enough - on first loading the product you're challenged to enter a code and copy/paste the response code into a dialog to get things up and running. You have to be connected to the internet for that bit. As for deployment, typically you'd assign such effects as Echo and Reverb as Sends, whereas Insert assignment would be more relevant to the Bit Crusher, Limiter, tonal enhancement with the Overloud component and applications of per-channel Tape Simulator, Chorus, Inverse Reverb, Distortion and the like.
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I'm curious to see how much it allows one to tweak the input signal, before processing. Even a DI from a guitar or bass will have a good bit of variation, and of course, every vocalist/mic is quite different. Drums could be pretty consistent if you're using EZ drummer, I suppose!
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I think it's an excellent construction/songwriters tool/hobby helper. And Toontrack sells it that way IMO of course.
EZmix (https://aprel-vologda.ru/content/uploads/files/download/ezmix-2-keygen-site.zip) 2 builds on the paradigm of the original EZmix, but with a new interface, additional mastering presets and the addition of amp and cabinet modelling. A very low-latency stand-alone mode allows guitarists to take full advantage of these without distracting delays. There are also numerous preset expansion packs available, some of which are dedicated to particular genres or instruments, while others are 'celebrity' packs developed with the aid of well-known engineers such as Chuck Ainlay and Mark Needham. These are added by running their installer, then authorising them when you next use EZmix 2 — which is itself authorised online at the Toontrack web site.
With this and EZ Drummer, you could probably put together a nice sounding demo. I don't think you'd get something fantastic, but it's pretty close to all you'd need to get something at least listenable.
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Sounds like you want positive comments about ezmix2 rather than what is better. I use Ozone 5 (with Sonar) and very happy. It has plenty of presets for the final mix. I've tried it on individual tracks and it has potential, but I have many other things that I can use on the individual tracks so I just reserve Ozone5 for mastering.
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Mitch has created a collection of presets specifically designed for songwriters; a tool box with the essentials you’ll need when making that demo track, adding that harmony, making that vocal cut through or getting your drums to sit right in the final mix. All the way from the first chord to the last tweak on the master fader, the Songwriters Tools EZmix (check out here) pack will help boost your creativity at the same time as it takes your tracks to new levels!
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At this point you might want to go with the cheapest alternative. They will both work for you at this stage. As you grow and start using better tools you probably won't use either for mastering. EZ is a little lighter on the cpu if you want to use some of the presets down the road. You can disable modules in Ozone to lighten the load. And Toontrack wants to sell you a bunch of add ons. They do have great sales, but the way EZ is set up you can't tweak things like you can in Ozone.