HoRNet plugins are excellent, and such good value. I recommend them to everyone I speak to in the industry.
The plugins I used here are :
HoRNetAngle, HoRNet TheNormalizer, HoRNet ThirtyOne, HoRNet VUMeter MK4.
Here is my new single and video. I used AutoGain Pro and ThirtyOne.
Pino De Carlo
A good part of this song that I sang, arranged and mixed myself, was with immense pleasure mixed and mastered with HorNet Plugins, in my master bus chain I always had the ThirtyOne MK2 turned on, then on the single tracks I always used HoRNet Tape giving me an analog flavor
This is my track ‘DEEP DOWN’. It has dubstep, hybrid trap, hardstyle and a little bit of dnb.
I used the HoRNet Magnus Mk2’s soft clipper on individual tracks to reduce crest factor for loudness. I also used it on the master (twice!) at different parts of the FX chain, 1 for softclipping and 1 as one of the final limiters in the FX chain.
I hope you like it!
My most recent track, Info Addiction, includes 3 HoRNet plugins. Since 2018 all of my tracks include by default Track Utility and LU Meter. This one features ThirtyOne as well. I prefer ThirtyOne for EQing weird techno sounds.
The Night Keep
I used Hornet stuff in every track on this one, too. Of course, I used VU Meter MK3, but I also used ThirtyOne on many of the tracks, and had to use Sybilla on a couple of the spoken parts. It’s a “first person perspective” horror story and symphony soundtrack.
Purple Fog Side
I would like to share you my song mixed with Hornet Autogain Pro
This plugin helped me a lot , because it is very dense and noisy post-rock/darkwave mix with awful lots of endless reverb tails … and I had a lot of struggle to mix vocals without sacrificing natural feel.
HoRNet AnalogStage – all channels
HoRNet DeeLay Plus – on guitar track
HoRNet Tape – drum group, master
HoRNet HCS1 – on funky guitar
The HoRNet SW34EQ MK2 – all track
HoRNet Multicomp Plus MK2 – all track difference compression.
The HoRNet WahWah – on guitar track
DjG Sound Design
“I primarily use Hornet plugins for gain staging. Very useful!”
Felipe Alan Valdéz
At the beginning you can hear the Tape Machine making some noise
Your vu meter MK3 is ALWAYS used on my mixes to gainstage per plugin chain.
Love the plugs. I used them a ton on this track and the album it’ll be on. 🙂 Analog Stage and Tape
I especially like the MKIII channel strip. I accomplished very smooth vocals and depth in my mixes. I will be using your plugins a lot!! Highly professional!!!
The toms on this drum kit were most blessed with Hornet Plugins Spikes
Mixed by Željko Mladenovic
SW34EQ used extensively on these tracks
Jan “cj” Perera
This track has been mixed using SW34EQ
A good example of the original AutoGain helping with a problem. The bass was a bit out of control and wasn’t locking in good enough to the drums. I used the drums as a reference and put autogain on the bass. It fixed my issue.
VU meter used on every track an Sybilla on voices
HoRNet AutoGain used on the main vocals
delPurr and Eraser
delPurr & Eraser are a young production duo from Slovakia, obsessed with detailed atmospheres and beautiful melodies.
Jan a.k.a. Eraser (23) became fascinated with electronic music since he began listening to artists such as ATB, London Elektricity, Logistics, Matrix & Futurebound. After a few years of listening, Jan started to experiment with FL Studio in 2008, developing a strong sense for dense and euphoric synth-influenced music.
Pali (24) a.k.a delPurr was first influenced back in the early 90?s by The Prodigy. Producers and bands such as Future Sound of London, Garbage, London Elektricity and High Contrast captured his imagination and in 2003 he also grabbed a copy of Fruity Loops and started his production journey. Pali is fixated on melody and puts a huge amount of effort into embellishing every last detail of his tracks.
The duo have been collaborating since 2011, perfecting their haunting, otherworldly music.
Old enough to remember the emergence of house, detroit and acid techno in the late 80’s. Manducator started to create his own tracks around 2005.
The process of creation is more important to him than the result, so his output isn’t that high.
You can find some of his music on: http://manducator.bandcamp.com/
He also creates dark ambient under the moniker of Silent Frill:
The Hazy Hollow
The Hazy Hollow project starts in Siena, Italy, in 2008 with the aim to bound together electronic and melody to have fun and let the audience have fun. The influences of the three members of the band sum together in the songs spanning from new wave and post-punk on a solid dance, italo-disco and trance bed keeping always an eye open on new trends like dubstep and nu garage.