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  1. I suppose this is cool but i already have the following pultec emulations:

    Bettermaker

    Bluetubes

    Ikmultimedia

    The one that comes with presonus 

    Pretty sure the melda turboeq has pultec mode

    And probably at least one i forgot

     

    Does this really do anything special the others don't?

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  2. 21 hours ago, Ghost said:

    Arturia has a special upgrade deal for upgrading to V Collection 8.   I am trying to learn if it will work on Win 7 x64 before I decide if it is a deal for me.

    I know it is a long shot, but thought I would ask; has anyone tried to install v8 on a Win 7 system?

    Thank you.

    I have not tries in win 7. My guess is it probably works but is unsupported. Have you tried running the demo?  That might answer your question without having to deal with snarky answers. Good luck


  3. 45 minutes ago, PlasticB said:

    all good time of the day can someone give a login and password to download the vst package and activate the license.

    This forum has a strict no piracy rule. Even if you rationalize it.


  4. I'm relieved i rarely touched regroover essential.  The fact they are keeping the era bundle stuff accounts may be a sign they may cannibalize whatever features Meta wanted and then sell division off. I will use it for now


  5. 3 hours ago, Doug Rintoul said:

    It is a major pain if you have a lot of samples and large folders. I really don't know why they haven't squashed this bug yet. It is pretty prevalent. 

    Total pain but i find even rescanning multiple tines is faster than cosmos scanning oncr

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  6. On 2/26/2022 at 1:44 PM, JoeGBradford said:

    Now that the free version of Loopcloud doesn't allow you to update your own sample library is this a better option for sample audition and management? I've stayed on an old version of Loopcloud but it no longer integrates with the DAW. A shame as I have 'favourited' hundreds of sample in Loopcloud 

    It works very well for a freebie. One annoying feature is it sometimes greys out folders if you update content. 

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  7. I have used it. It's "cool" if you use a lot of console/vintage processor emulating software as part of typical workflow. Our desire to make things look like vintage gear has lead to a lot if great software using knob visual controls that are awkward in a mouse world. Being able to physically turn knobs when using plugins like Bettermaker EQ is far more intuitive in matching what your eyes see and brain processes. If you use a lot of these type plugins and you actually make money doing this, it pays for itself in time saved. On the other hand, if your workflow uses plugins not based on knobs this becomes a "cool" piece of redundancy.  The 16 knobs on my minilab and the 8 knobs on my vx49 do the same thing. Admittedly the layout is not as intuitive, but not a big deal when I factor price and need vs want.  I find myself using the smart focus knob on my audient interface is just as intuitive

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  8. I know the suggestion to change titles sounds kinda cheap on the surface, but you seem like a guy who understands that algorithms just work that way. I think as long as you have integrity in your content you will only exceed expectations with title tweaks.


  9. I think this could be big as a series instead of one long video. People love love love insight into entertainment and celebrities from insider. Your relaxed style works for this type of sharing. I'm probably a bit biased because I used to do tv ads and got  to stories being 30 seconds. I think tweaking the titles of these individual segments to something honest but more clickbait like might give you traffic. 

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  10. 18 minutes ago, locrian said:

    I've tried reading in both .ncw and .nkx files and neither worked.

    What type worked for you?

    I have to check when I go home. It read all the samples from expansion packs, including the weird demo files for each program. Forgot what those extensions are labeled

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  11. 9 minutes ago, PavlovsCat said:

    First you called me a "liar" and claimed that you weren't referring to my post with your post that very clearly referenced my post. I am the authoritative source on what I wrote and intended and I  was comparing WUP to a subscription model,  not saying it was one. You restated what I  wrote as me stating that WUP is a subscription model and I  was clarifying that was not what I meant. 

    Now you're making even more attacks and projecting that I'm insulting you and arrogant. You completely violated forum policy with personal attacks. Please do not comment on my posts going forward. I will not respond to you  and your attacks any more. 

    Are you serious. I didn't say I didn't refer to your post. I said I didn't quote or misquote you. Not a difficult distinction.  The moment I figure how block works on this forum it is done.Bye


  12. 6 minutes ago, PavlovsCat said:

    First you called me a "liar" and claimed that you weren't referring to my post with your post that very clearly referenced my post. I am the authoritative source on what I wrote and intended and I  was comparing WUP to a subscription model,  not saying it was one. You restated what I  wrote as me stating that WUP is a subscription model and I  was clarifying that was not what I meant. 

    Now you're making even more attacks and projecting that I'm insulting you and arrogant. You completely violated forum policy with personal attacks. Please do not comment on my posts going forward. I will not respond to you  and your attacks any more. 

    Are you serious. I didn't say I didn't refer to your post. I said I didn't quote or misquote you. Not a difficult distonction. Bye


  13. 3 minutes ago, PavlovsCat said:

    No one's claiming to be a victim. I'll make this my last post responding to you. 

    On page one, after my post you clearly referenced my post. Your post in its entirety: 

    "WUP is annoying but subscription model comparison is not quite right.  Waves plugins work fine for years without paying WUP. I used RBass for 5 years without paying. Most subscription models stop working when you stop paying.  "

    That is what I referred to when I  stated that you misstated/misunderstood what I  wrote. I didn't write that as an insult, which I  think is how, unfortunately,  you interpreted it. The point of my original remark was not that Waves has a subscription model,  but that their WUP serves much of the same purpose in generating recurring revenue but it isn't clear upfront like a subscription model. Anyhow, that's all.  Peace. 

    Now it has went from "misquoted" to "misunderstood". Make up your mind which passive aggressive condescension you wish to use. I understood you just fine and again, your narcissism is showing to claim anyone on here didn't understand you just because we didn't agree. I got your point exactly . Get past your inflated sense of self. I will drop this because each response is getting more insulting. Peace


  14. And I don't give a fraction of a ___ what kind of strategist you claim to be. So what. An appeal to authority is a logical fallacy, even if that appeal is using yourself.  Again, it's not your opinion that initiated my response. It is the fact you are doubling down on claiming I misquoted you when it is in black and white that I did not. Nowhere did I claim you said anything about WUP actually being a subscription model. I said you made a comparison. You DID indeed make a comparison.  Instead of leaving as an agree to disagree you made up some nonsense to paint yourself as misquoted and to repeat what kind of strategist you are. 


  15. 1 minute ago, PavlovsCat said:

    First, wow. Can you not engage in calling others names like liar. You clearly posted referring to my statement that Waves WUP was like a backhanded way to do something very much like a subscription model and that the second license could rightfully be termed a subscription model.  I'm a strategist.  I've done a lot of writing and thinking about strategy and I find Waves practice problematic and I  was doing my best to explain why. You referenced my statement using the phrase subscription model right after my post and no other post after mine made that reference, so I'm not sure who else you referred to. But in any event,  there's no need for personal attacks. I absolutely didn't state anything false, but there's no reason to make that kind of attack  and I  certainly don't wish you any ill will.  You responded to my post and I  referenced you. It shouldn't get to the point of personal attacks. 

    You seem to like throwing out inflammatory statements and inaccurate ones at that and then acting like a victim. I didn't call you a name. I said you lied which is not an attack. It is an irrefutable fact. I have hostility or anger towards you. I ignored your response because it seemed clear that you wanted to argue for the sake of arguing.  I simply do not like someone saying something about me that is not true. I corrected the lie you told.  I don't mind being quoted or even if you chose to address my actual words but claiming I quoted or misquoted you is what it is. Your opinion is just that but you should expect people to not appreciate you changing their words to continue your back and forth over nothing.  


  16. 6 hours ago, PavlovsCat said:

    Come on, one guy misquoted me and now it's turned into the misquote. I never wrote that it's a subscription model,  I wrote that there are similarities, which is factual. I'm a business strategist and business writer.  Waves absolutely does take elements of the subscription model and apply it to the Waves Update Plan. Specifically,  products and updates only apply for one year after purchase and to maintain a second installation the buyer must pay a renewable annual fee. If the buyer fails to pay the annual fee the second installation no longer works to quote you "If Waves were a subscription, you would lose access to use the program/plugin after your year is up.   Waves is not a subscription." You actually do lose access to the second installation if you don't pay for the annual Waves Update Plan. Consequently,  that aspect of the Waves Update Plan, the second installation,  is essentially a subscription model, while the software only receiving updates and support for year one unless the buyer pays for an annual renewal is SIMILAR to a subscription model. 

    I didn't misquote you. I didn't quote you at all or even paraphrase . if you are going to disagree, cool, but pleas do not ever lie on me again. My literal words were that I didn't agree with the comparison which you responded by defending that  comparison. That is your right to do, but no quoting or misquoting was involved so please refrain from telling untruths to rationalize your argument with another.

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