Really good! Makes a big difference in the mastering. Would recommend it!
Ich benutze den Maximizer beim Mastern.
Um noch mehr Lautstärke zu bekommen schalte ich den Precision Limiter vor dem Maximizer.
I like the loudness, warmth, and presence. I use this on my drums for punch and
on my overall mix when not using the precision Limiter.
Well to be honest ,I have not had a lot of time to use the precision maximizer yet, but have demoed it a bit and as usual UA plugs are always as advertised and very transparent when they are supposed to be and colorful when emulating the classics.
Just keep up the good work,
me canta el sonido de este maximizador si lo pruebas te lo compras seguro
This one is great, but it would have been great to be able to adjust the parameters of the 3 band compression and have a kind of visualized overview as well like the precision limiter and the four band precision compressor. In that case it would earn 5 stars. Cheers from sweden!
Solid and transparent for mastering tracks. The blend feature is especially useful.
The Precision Maximizer is an awesome plug-in.
I use it on electronic bass sounds, to really beef them up and make them jump out of the mix. I've also been using it on some lead sounds and individual snares etc. It really can make things sound a lot bigger without losing any dynamics.
Have used it in mastering also, just to help tickle a little bit more level out of a track ;)
very handy but use with care,sometimes easy to overdo
Easy to use and it sounds great, although when you really push it you might hear some unwanted noises.
this works great on a single track but works better as masteringtool!
Ok: 3 band mode's killing half of resources. The price for a single plug-in's a little high, too (both mentioned before). But if you use the maximizer just for the mastering process (means: applying once to a single track together with two or three other effects), the remaining resources won't create you any problem.
One of the previous reviews' "it just sounds bad" maybe depends a little from the type of music you're "maximizing". I've made good experiences with natural sounds (classic guitar) and artificial brass. The maximizer's effects are very subtle and I really like the ratio off compression to little loss of dynamics of the result.
For me the maximizer's a specific tool for specific applications. And I really like it!