After owning these Tannoy Gold 7s for about six weeks now, the question remains; do I still want to offload them and buy the Dynaudio LYD7s? The simple answer is, just last week I threw out the boxes for the Tannoys, they are staying.
I find myself torn between recommending the Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 Gen 3 and telling you to look elsewhere. When you claim as Focsurite does “20 outputs of incredible sound quality” I would assume you are referring to the analogue outputs given that a digital signal is simply being passed through.
At a cost of only US$99 this plug-in offers outstanding value when compared to other EMT 140 plates plug-ins. Universal Audio’s EMT 140 is US$199 plus you need UAD hardware, so the Soundtoys Little Plate is a no brainer at US$99.
The Sony MU-R201 is a curious beast for sure. Relatively unknown in the western world, a legend in Japanese studios. For me it is the ultimate snare reverb, but works equally well for vocals and brass.