Thermionic Culture Vulture
Thermionic Culture Vulture
Quand on l'utilise pour la première fois, on se demande pourquoi on ne l'avait pas avant! Cette machine à elle seule remplace souvent quelques machines à la chaine... Ce vautour peut être inséré sur n'importe quelle charogne ;-)
This Plugin pimped my Rockdrums
The drums sound punchier und dirtier, a real fun using it, it will make your music more exciting.
After purchasing a new home studio setup, I was a little broke. So I knew I wanted this plugin but would have to wait a bit for it. It is worth every penny.
Warmth, distortion and some cool harmonic sweet spots, it’ll be hard NOT to have this running in all of my mixes moving forward!
Magic on bass guitar
TCV has completely reshaped and improved my DI’d bass tracks. Highly recommend this plug for all manner of low end texturing; and if you just need some wild distortion, it’s all there.
amazing tones, and saturation!!
I really like this plugin, its super unique sounding. Really love the depth it brings to any sound or instruments.
Culture Vulture best distortion ever.
This plugin just blew my mind. I actually tried one of the first they ever made of the hardware unit. I cant hear the difference between plugin and hardware. The culture vulture is a must have for studio around the world to give punch, some extra grit and glue things together while keeping things separated in the mix.
I love it!
If you’ve ever had the chance to drive a good guitar amp, those hamonics jumping out from the speakers and making the sound so beatiful and convincing, then you’ll love the Thermionic Culture Vulture pligin, it behaves just like the hardware, the distorsion can be so subtle or agressive, but always in a musical way.
Rich harmonic tool.
Pretty cool on vocal, organs and drums. I love it but on a very low setting. As soon as you go too far you just crush the sound, might be cool also. I kinda have one setting for everthing and well, it works evertime in parallel and in inserts no worries it gives power and harmonic density in a second. A bit high priced but worth it.
Cumple con lo que promete apenas moviendo los pocos parámetros que posee. Mi estudio cambio rotundamente
Great plugin & it gives an outstanding sound
Tried on vocals & acoustic guitar and it sounds awesome....
R. DeHart III
Used this on a drum sample kit I put out and just inserting it beefs up the warmth before even turning a knob. Love it!
Distortion für vocals
... und alles andere. Sehr schön harmonisch! Genau das was ich suchte.
This is what I has been looking for for many ears. A mastering studio told me about this plugin and I bought it ... ans I love it ... worth every "penny" ...
The perfect box to beef up anything
The Culture Vulture is amazing to saturate, overdrive or fully distort drums, bass, guitars and vocals. You can use it very subtle or very full on aggressive. It's very versatile in it's characteristics as well, if you want it beefy and gritty or a hissy fuzz, the Culture Vulture does it perfectly. My favorite is to use it as a parallel "dirt signal"... in love!
Break it up!
I love the way this unit breaks up the signal. Despite having tons of distortion plugins, this really does something special.
The gold piece in my collection.
This is a fantastic plugin. It warms my mixes och give a beautiful touch to all vox.
I was initially put off by the video... this thing is best used subtly imho! Crikey can it mangle and do cool stuff though. Loving it for dirtying up a room sound/parallel drum bus, but predominantly I let it just tickle the master to add a little warmth/depth. It can put a bit more life into things and also be totally crazy when you want it to. Very useful and creative tool! Have used the hardware version too and of corse, UA have done a sterling job.
Very poor integration with Reason
In a blank session file in Reason 10, one Culture Vulture loaded cranks my DSP to 80%. No other plugin does that. Disappointed with purchase
Warm and Fat
This is incredible! This is the first plugin that makes a digital source sound analogue (at least to my ears). It is fat, round, warm and 3D. It gives depth to the sound and character. I seem to be using it more and more (subtle on most tracks), just for the end result to be warm and fuzzy.