Abbey Road Plug-ins RS 127 Rack
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Abbey Road Plug-ins RS 127 Rack

RS 127 Rack, Filtro Software from Abbey Road Plug-ins.

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moosers 20/10/2010

Abbey Road Plug-ins RS 127 Rack : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Abbey Road Plug-ins RS 127 Rack version is a plug-in that is one of three in the Abbey Road Plug-ins Brilliance Pack. It's not available outside of this bundle, and is available for virtually all systems and DAW's. I don't own this bundle, but have used it at the studio that I work at. These plug-ins are so easy to use that you don't need to spend anytime learning them. The RS 127 Rack version is as simple as it gets, consisting of just a single band. There is a gain knob and it gives you three frequencies to choose from - 2.7 kHz, 3.5 kHz, and 10 kHz, same as on the RS 127 Box plug-in. These are frequencies much like those you'll find on vintage console equalizers, which is essentially what this plug-in and bundle are aiming to emulate (and doing a good job I might add). This plug-in is easy enough that I haven't looked at a manual for it, nor do I think it's necessary.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

We're running the Abbey Road Plug-ins RS 127 Rack plug-in on a few different systems at the studio that I'm working at. They're all Pro Tools HD based systems, so we don't really ever have any problems running plug-ins, especially not really simple, and low processing guzzling plug-ins like this one. I would think that you would be okay as far as running this on an LE system (or something similar) goes, but I haven't tried it, so I can't say for sure.

OVERALL OPINION

Although somewhat limited in what it is able to achieve, for what it is, the Abbey Road Plug-ins RS 127 Rack plug-in is a great tool. It's useful in both mixing and mastering situations, for times when you're looking to add or take away a little bit of color. I think it sounds great on electric guitar and on vocals when deemed necessary. However, it's certainly useful beyond this as I wouldn't hesitate trying it on anything if I thought it might be able help something cut or sit better in a mix. The Abbey Road Brilliance Pack and the RS 127 Rack plug-in are highly effectively EQ plug-ins that are definitely worth taking to time to at least try a demo.