Thanks Mike. The Flanging was courtesy of Blue Cat Audio’s free “BC Flanger” plugin. As I said above, I did use a few extra plugins other than the Scheps Omni Channel.
I just listened to your mix contest mix , and if that is any indication, I reckon you’d be able to do a killer mix with or without the Scheps Omni Channel!
Thanks Dave - I made very few adjustments to the overall balance eq etc. It was mainly just adding effects along with pretty comprehensive volume and effect automation… but all those little moves do add up.
It is a real effort vs result equation. To get that last 5% from the mix actually takes about half the time again that it took to get the track to the stage it was at in the first mix. That said, this was a pretty quick mix… I’m getting faster these days.
As I said right at the start, I used other plugins, mainly to do jobs that the Sheps Omni Channel couldn’t: Melodyne to tune the vocals, Waves’ H-Reverb, Abbey Road Plate, Maxxbass, L1, L2 & SuperTap delay, IK’s CSR Inverse Reverb, Boz’s Imperial Delay, Sasquatch Kick Machine & The Wall, Reaper’s ReaDelay, ReaGate, ReaEQ & JS White Noise Generator, D16’s Repeater Delay, Antares Autotune FX (for a delay send only) & AVOX Duo, Soundtoys’ Little Alter Boy, Little Primal Tap & Little Microshift, UAD SPL Transient Designer, Blue Cat Audio BC Flanger & Guitar Rig 4.
That may sound like a lot of extra plugins, but if you look at the screen-shot, you’ll see just how extensively the Omni Channel was used.