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    dbx® 160 Compressor / Limiter Plug-In

    by T. KARIM . 4 out of 5 stars

    I'm Happy with this great comp you can use it for drums or Vocal just a little problem some times with attack (Click) but you can fix it with Spl Transient design .


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    Loop Master

    by K. Markle . 4 out of 5 stars

    After demoing this on a bunch of loops, it felt like the best solution to really pump up drum loops for use in EDM production.


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    Good but very 'solid state' sounding

    by G. Piazza . 4 out of 5 stars

    I avoided this one for a long time, feeling that I can get similar results with the Voxengo Crunchessor or Sonnox Dynamics. Both are warmer; the dbx has a thin 'solid-state' sound, much like the old 166 I have.
    Still, that is a unique palette, so I finally got it on sale.
    Nice transient pop and good for parallel compression.
    If you are trying to decide between it and the API Vision, the API is the hands down winner (the Neve is also great). If you have the scratch and love the dbx sound, get it.
    I never set the ratio higher than 2.5:1.


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    great for some vocals

    by A. Eriksmoen . 4 out of 5 stars

    I've had a lot of luck using this plugin on vocals that start out harsh. Warms it up nicely.


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    Great easy to use compressor

    by J. Gorham . 4 out of 5 stars

    Not having owned the hardware version, when I saw the UA DBX160 I wondered if I needed another compressor. Well, turns out I did. It is used on 90% of my mixes in various places. Obviously simple to use, but it sounds great as well. Perfect for bass guitar duties - quick and EASY. Dial it up until it sounds good, ignore the meter, and you are good to go.


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    DBX 160 Rocks

    by R. O'Brien . 4 out of 5 stars

    I always loved the sound of these on electric instruments, especially bass amps or guitars and once gin the UA plugin captured the original to a T.

    Thanks


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    by A. Anestis . 4 out of 5 stars

    For Psytrance & Progressive music genres... use it for your drums without any specific preset and you will feel your drums sound more agressive... 4 stars because all the presets are not very good for this kind of music.


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    by B. Jester . 4 out of 5 stars

    I've had a hard time getting that snare and bass guitar sound for a while. The dbx 160 is what I was missing all along. For me that sound of the snare in your face, but feeling sucked back all at the same time and the bass guitar's low end right up front all being controlled. A classic unit that was modeled to the T!


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    by S. Buchenauer . 4 out of 5 stars

    Love this one! This is the snappiest compressor in the UA arsenal. I love to mix it onto the drum bus by parallel compression!


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    by P. DIDIER . 4 out of 5 stars

    Très bon compresseur fidèle au hardware. Il en devient presque indispensable sur les basses !


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    by K. Kirchner . 4 out of 5 stars

    it was the first uad plug i used, and yeah, instantly was blown by its simple power. its much rougher than the la2a - but not in a digital way.


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