Little Labs® IBP Phase Alignment Tool
Little Labs® IBP Phase Alignment Tool プラグイン
Great Little Tool
It does what its meant to do, and it does it well. I've used a few different phase correction plugins, and this one is simple to use once you use it for a while. I got it on sale which made this purchase even sweeter!
Outil pour alignement de phase
C'est une réplique du module hardware qui porte le même nom.
Cet outil simplissime est bien pratique en cas de captation d'une même source par plusieurs micros.
On a deux potards à faire varier pour trouver la meilleure consistance / définition du son.
C'est simple et ça apporte un plus dans la plupart des cas.
Ma config en détail: http://golgoth-43.com/index.php/matos-3/
I now use this on every mix, on sends, to make up for DAW latency. I've been amazed at how 'fat' a reverb or parallel compression channel can become by messing with the phase on this - I also discovered it's not simply a matter of compensating for the delay in the DAW - this definitely does more than that.
Cumple su función como dice. Util
I don't understand how, but it works
Mixing a vocal and acoustic guitar tracked at the same time on two mics, with too much bleed in both mics. Cubase supports time delay, but that wasn't enough to solve the problem because it was an issue of two sound sources and two mics. In this case, the Delay Adjust knob didn't help, but the Phase Adjust knob made a huge difference.
Simple and very useful.
As title. It's versatile for both surgical or effect purposes when using automation :)
Well, this is IT when having phase-issues..! So versatile and powerful, not just inverting and hope for the best. Now i've got total control. A MUST HAVE!
Invaluable tool for mixing and recording
Great for snare phase issues, drum overheads and any other multi mic source. Very simple and straight forward to use.
bon couteau suisse avec pas mal d'options et qui m'a permis de résoudre musicalement quelques problèmes de phase sans remettre tout mon mix à plat.
Good tool for getting to know about phase. But once you understand it there are easier alternatives and this one becomes hardly used and is therefore overpriced.
I love this little black box...not for what it's meant to do....but it's a creative tool as well....Nice!!!!!
Great for experimenting with new tones in a mix when things sound a little stale.
Back to basics
This is a little nifty tool, does what is it supposed to do and it does it well. Most often than not we forget that great sound on multi-miced instruments comes from good phase coherency, the IBP, just like his hardware counterpart helps you achieve just that without the need of visual reference.
Could be mistakenly overlooked.....
Wow! what a difference this makes to helping solve phase issues due to plugin latency. I've started to use parallel processing again via an aux send, rather than using plugins on a channel strip with a mix knob (which tends to mean using more plugin instances).
This will now be in EVERY mix
Phase alignment tool after re-recoring
I recently did a vocal recording the 3rd time, and was wondering why it did not sound as I expected. Fortunately I remembered the IBP Phase Aligment Tool - and now the result sounds excellent - like I had expected. Somehow the hole in mid-range frequencies disappeared.
M. Vera Sánchez
Simple and perfect
Simple but very practical. You can adjust the phase step by step, it has worked very well to correct phase errors in grand piano recordings and drums.
great to have in the "toolbox"
Admittedly, I wan't too excited to spend $$ on a plug in that isn't nearly as "sexy" as, say, the Chandler Curve Bender, or the Lexicon 224; but this thing so dang useful!! There's no quicker way to get drum samples in phase with the original drums, or to take the "recorded with a snorkel" sound out of a poorly multi-miked guitar cabinet. Nudging tracks in a DAW does not work nearly as well. Now that I have it, I can't work without it. Thanks to Jonathan Little and UA!
IBP Phase liner upper
Yup it does what it says. Too easy to just get on with tracking and stop chasing phasing issues in your mic placement or room.