Slate Digital FG-X Virtual Mastering Processor
Slate Digital FG-X Virtual Mastering Processor

FG-X Virtual Mastering Processor, Software compressor from Slate Digital.

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JimboSpins 26/02/2013

Slate Digital FG-X Virtual Mastering Processor : la opinión de JimboSpins (content in English)

"I wish i had this ten years ago!!"

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The FG-X does a great job with my mixes and helps me make them “loud” like you hear songs on the radio which was a huge quest of mine. When I was first starting out trying to get into mastering songs it took me a while to figure out how the pros did it. They do it with plug ins like the FG-X. The interface of the FG-X is very easy to understand it only has a few knobs to tweak on it. I recommend looking into the manual to fully understand the ins and outs of this plug in.


When I was installing FG-X it didn’t take long at all but in some programs it would not load correctly the first time but that could have been an issue with my system or some other reason I do not think it was Slate Digital’s issue. I love using FG-X has a main compressor for almost anything that I need compressed because it was a lot better than most of the compressions that came in my DAW. I have used it with Cubase, Reason, and Pro Tools. Pro Tools is where it gets used the most and for the price, I do not own a better mastering plug in.


I use it on my studio Mac computer that is running OS X 10.6 with 2 GB of RAM and it runs great and has not crashed or froze up at all. As I stated, I run it on multiple channels at the same time and it has never gave me any problems. I probably use it in every single session that I have created in the last year. The other limiter that I use a lot is the T Racks limiter and I really like that one but I still feel the limiter by FG-X is better even though they are priced the same.