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On the blog — Sept. 26, 2019
CanOpener 3.5 Update
Updates to CanOpener Studio
On the blog — Sept. 25, 2019
The latest version, featuring Dark Mode, CanOpener upgrades, and a new Sidechain Tilt in Vulf Compressor
On the blog — Nov. 9, 2018
Incredibly good bad reverb — now available!
Wow control sounds better than my ✲actual✲ tape machine (or the other 10 hardware pedals I have that emulate warble/tape effects for that matter).
Black Knoll Studio
Probably every single Ableton session that I open up, whether I’m making my own music or enginering something — mastering or mixing for another artist or my own music — I put the Vulf Compressor on, usually the master.
Musician & Co-Founder of Leaving Records
You’ve created something really great here. I’m really a geek when it comes to certain things, like music, but not when it comes to technical stuff, even if I produce a lot of music. There must be a lot of engineering hours behind everything Goodhertz, but the result for a tech failure such as myself is something that feels musical. I’ve tried most of the plugins now, and they really inspire me in the same way an old worn out guitar or bashed out drums does. I can make music with them, rather than make mixes, and that is how I like to work with this sort of stuff.
Founder, Strangers Candy
Goodhertz is giving engineers tools they need in the modern age. There’s so much character built into these plugins. Vulf Compressor is amazing at warming up really cold, digital feeling recordings. I can’t count how many times Goodhertz has saved me.
I absolutely love my options while using Goodhertz plugins. I love adding some grit to a sample using Lossy and Wow Control to give it some serious character. Goodhertz gives me every color in the coloring box.
Multi-Platinum Producer (Jaden Smith “Icon”/”Plastic,” Black Eyed Peas, Logic, The Roots)