In this episode, we’re going to take a look at Leapwing Audio’s DYNONE.
You might remember about a month ago we did a live stream using all of Leapwing’s plugins. We’re going to focus on the DYNONE here and we’re going to take a mix and apply the DYNONE to different areas of the mix.
The greatest thing about it is we’re going to giveaway 3 copies of Leapwing’s DYNONE Plugin. (Scroll up to enter!)
Leapwing has a widening plugin which we have been using quite a lot and you may have seen on other mixes.
DynOne is a multiband parallel processor, but as well, if you disable the ‘parallel compression’ button, it works as a regular multiband
Let’s open up the mix and get started with this amazing plugin. Watch the full review in the video below.
The DYNONE is pretty remarkable and my feeling is that is working really well in the way that I’m using it.
I’ve mixed the song to a level that I’m happy with it, we did this song on a live stream over a couple of hours. Now I’m adding it and taking it over the finish line.
I think you could mix with this from the beginning but I kinda like the idea of sending relatively compressed and EQ files to either a stereo or mono auxiliary and then applying DYNONE on there.
Everything it’s doing here is pretty remarkable and you watched this video in pretty much real time. – I’m sure there were an um or ahh edited out
But this Plugin is so quick, intuitive, and easy to use. I loved it when we first got to use it and I’m really glad that we have now got to use it Specifically not incorporated with other plugins. – Great work Leapwing!
Thank you to our amazing friends over at Leapwing for allowing us to use this amazing plugin and Give 3 away to our marvellous community!
Do you already used this plugin let us know how you get on, What is your experience with multi-band?
The don’t forget you can enter to win 1 of 3 copies of the DYNONE! (Scroll up to enter!)