Jaycen Joshua just released his first plugin, The God Particle, created by Cradle Audio. According to Cradle, “The God Particle has a multitude of processing algorithms under the hood giving depth, detail, and clarity to your next mix. Coupled with the adaptive limiter section, you can be certain your dynamics and transients will be preserved, all while achieving a rich and punchy sound.” In this review, we will put The God Particle to the test and see if it lives up to the hype.
Ease of Use: 9/10
The God Particle is very simple to use. Add it to your mix bus, and you’re good to go. I would have given it a perfect score in this category, but I deducted a point because it doesn’t have a presets feature. This is not a big deal, though, as The God Particle is easy to get great-sounding results with.
Sound Quality: 10/10
The sound quality of The God Particle is fantastic. It really adds depth, detail, and clarity to your tracks without adversely affecting the transients or dynamic range. I was really impressed with how well it worked on my drums and the mix bus. If you’re looking for a plugin that will give your tracks a professional polish, then The God Particle is definitely worth checking out.
The God Particle is a great-sounding plugin, but it is fairly limited in terms of what it can do. It’s only suitable for use on the mix bus or groups of tracks. That being said, it can be used on just about any type of track (vocals, drums, guitars, etc.), so it does have some versatility.
If you’re looking for a more versatile plugin that can be used on entire mixes, I recommend checking out something like Ozone 10 by iZotope. However, if you’re looking for something to help polish up the mix quickly, then The God Particle is worth considering.
The Bottom Line
overall I was very impressed with Jaycen Joshua’s The God Particle. It’s simple to use yet effective at polishing up your tracks. It’s also great sounding and very affordable. If you’re looking for an easy way to improve the sound quality of your tracks without breaking the bank, then The God Particle is definitely worth checking out.