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  • Kevin Dietz

    I’ve been using the Sonic Farm Creamer+ for over a year now. The preamps are second to none! I work mostly in Neve-equipped studios, but I prefer the C+ as my preamps for any stereo source (drum overheads, acoustic guitar, double-micing guitar cabinets, grand piano…) It’s a fantastic piece of gear with a lot of tonal options. The sonic quality of the Creamer+ is apparent the minute you hear audio through it.

    The Creamer+ is a permanent part of my mixing rig as well (Pro Tools > Dangerous summing box > SSL X-Rack bus comp > Creamer+). It equally excels on the mix bus, especially in the case of ITB/Hybrid mixing. It imparts an rich hifi sound, again with all the unit’s great tonal options. It’s a must have in my signal chain.

    I’ve also had the opportunity to use Sonic Farm’s DI (almost exclusively on bass) – bass players hear an immediate difference! I’m fortunate to get to work with a lot of amazing session musicians, and more often than not they say, “…that red DI you used sounds amazing!”

    Last point – hand built in Canada by two extremely knowledgable, experienced, and awesome guys, Boris and Zoran!

  • mike plotnikoff

    Not only is the Creamer+ a great mic pre amp… It is my go to across the mix bus. I love taking my pro tools mix bus out and running it through the Creamer+

    The natural compression it gives the mix is amazing. I love the way it glues everything together. It also gives me the option of going between solid state and tube. If i want my mix to be tighter, i’ll switch the Creamer+ to solid state if I’m looking for a warmer rounder mix I’ll switch to tube. Thanks Boris!!!

  • Simon

    have been using my creamliner for 2 months now, I don’t have as much
    work as you do but I tried it on different projetcs (mostly mastering)
    and I haven’t bypass it since then.

    My version is a Creamliner V2 so the PT/TR choice, the OT/SS and bypass
    are stereo. I also have stepped pot and a 6dB attenuation switch with
    compensate level to drive the tube in a different way.

    Actually I use this feature pretty much all the time, it’s kinda great to know if i should drive the tube more (or less)

    Like most of the people here, i use it mostly in pentode mode, but the few time I prefered the triode, it sounded awesome

    But Pentode is my favorite, it even saves the vocal on a jazz record (with Air 1).

    This is my first tube gear, before I used plugin simulation (like ozone
    multibande exciter) and I still use it sometimes because the creamliner
    makes the plug sound way better.

    The high shelf is used a lot and I don’t use the low shelf that much,
    maybe I should try tocalibrate it differently, like just half a dB or so
    to just get the feeling (400 and 600 seems a bit too high to me) but
    again the couple of time I used it, it sounded great.

  • Domagoj

    Hi there!!

    I have been using Creamer for a couple of years now and I am always excited and impressed with the sound that I get out of it.
    Quite versatile with a nice color coming out of it.
    Beautiful backing vocals with Neumann SM69 with a little compression. No need for additional EQ.

    Excellent for acoustic guitars. Beautiful and round sound without having to EQ or use heavy compression.
    If there is a possibility to have a Distressor in the chain, the sound is as good as it gets.
    When it comes to bass… Creamer is one of the best / if not the best pre to have for recording bass.
    Creamer always gives a nice sounding instrument and if you are looking for a pre, Creamer is the way to go.

    Keep up the good work guys!!