Courtesy of Clay Paky-Lightpower
There's a *major* new Kush plugin coming September 5 (!). This is our new Preset Manager which is debuting on that plugin. On the left you'll also notice the Oversampling On/Off control, which (like the Omega 458a) is a systemwide preference so it controls the oversampling state for all other instances of this plugin in a session. Over time, we'll be retrofitting both the Preset Manager and Oversampling control into all Kush and Sly-Fi plugins as we release their DSP optimized versions. We can be a bit slower than the big guys, but we're committed to maintaining and updating our older products every bit as much as releasing new stuff, and we appreciate everyone's support & patience as we do. Onward and upwards!!! Gregory Scott - ubk
Anyone else a phase flip junkie? I am now, and it's Tchad Blake's fault. After I made the Axis EQ, he wrote and requested a phase flip button, to which I replied "on an eq? why?" He said it'd make his workflow easier, because after eq'ing he'll flip the phase. Now I was definitely intrigued, and asked whether he was saying that after heavy eq'ing, a phase flip would restore something that got lost. I'll never forget his answer, he said "No, sometimes things just sound better with their phase flipped." He wasn't just talking about drums or multi-mic'd instruments, it could be anything, a tambourine or a solo guitar track. Ever since then I flip the phase all the time, on everything. Most of the time, I can't hear any difference. Once in a while I do, and that could be 100% placebo but I don't care, I tend to trust my instincts and not second-guess myself. That's also why I almost never a/b with level-matched bypass, I just tweak something until I like it and move on. Apologies for the douchey name dropping story, but it's true, and it's the reason there's now a phase flip on Axis, all the Omega's, and soon everything Kush and Sly-Fi make! Gregory Scott - ubk
You *know* you've got an amazing friend when you're exploring new drum sounds, so the man brings over an M149 and parks it on the batter side of your kick. I gotta say, this is one of the coolest kick sounds I've ever gotten, I've been tweaking a lot of things lately and will write a museletter later this week detailing all the experiments going on here... including that re10 next to the floor tom, and that dress sock on the speed king pedal (aka "the kick condom"). What's the most unusual thing YOU'VE done in the studio lately?? Gregory Scott - ubk
Another major CPU update is is here! Omega 458a, the sweet, punchy tube colorbox from Kush, just got a powerful little update--it can now be run as a zero-latency plugin, using as little as 25% of the CPU compared to previous versions. Download and update today! You can check out the full changelog, including all the new features, here: bit.ly/2tomkHN
It's the LAST DAY of the Kush 4th of July Weekend sale! Don't miss your chance for 20% off 1, 25% off 2, and 30% off any three plugins at the Kush Webstore!
There's only two days left in the Kush 4th of July sale! Now through Tuesday, get 20% off 1, 25% off 2, and 30% off any three plugins at the Kush Webstore--don't miss it!
It's 4th of July Weekend and Kush is having a SALE! Now through Tuesday, get up to 30% off all Kush plugins! Get 20% off 1, 25% off 2, and 30% off any three plugins at the Kush Webstore!
Another major CPU update is coming! Omega 458a, the sweet, punchy tube colorbox from Kush, is getting a powerful little update, everyone longing to slather this thing all over their ITB mixes is about to be very, very happy. Stay tuned, all will be revealed next week! http://thehouseofkush.com/plugins/omega-458a
Electra DSP v1.0.7 is out today! Head over to the house of Kush and download the update, which really and truly, finally and completely fixed an issue which incorrectly reported latency at certain sample rates; helps Electra map better to control surfaces such as S6, S3, D-Control etc; and other under-the-hood-behind-the-scenes goodness.