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  1. The best method to find false negatives, is to look at the type of purported infection. For false negatives, you will find it usually based on patterns from the 90s or early 2000s and the chance of infection is extremely thin. A lot of engines are repackaged garbage, or even malware, made to milk you dry. The reputable ones let you upload the "infected" file for analyzis, and give you answer in few hours. Almost all active infections today will include rootkit infections, not all virus engines will find them, not even the good ones. That's why I recommend to run online scan and anti-rootkit regularly.
  2. All the hallmarks of a malware. DNS record created on 13. of november 2020. I suggest running online scan at housecall.antivirus.com and anti root kit at https://www.malwarebytes.com/antirootkit/
  3. Grab it until 20th november. https://bedroomproducersblog.com/2020/11/17/t-racks-equal-free/?fbclid=IwAR1jMkoSccsOq26SbymqvL5QXLIGcKIiSqS8vbOyYFAcHX9FqwitenIvDRE
  4. I was just joking, trying to picture an electric harp with Modo Bass and Drums with Amplitube effects, but I agree that the harps instruments at Pianoteq are really great.
  5. Damn, you must be right. But the effect range for a Modo Harp would have been very interesting. Probably not their intent, but the sign reminded me of a futuristic harp...
  6. Programs using the WASAPI through the "new" Windows 10 Audio Engine, should work just fine, in regards to latency. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/audio/windows-threshold--what-s-new-for-audio "In Windows 10 work was done to reduce the latency in the OS. Without any driver changes, applications in Windows 10 will experience 4.5-16ms lower latency. In addition, if the driver has been updated to take advantage of the new low latency DDIs that use small buffers to process audio data, then the latency will be reduced even more. If a driver supports 3ms audio buffers, then the roundtrip latency is ~10ms."
  7. The most sensible way is having the option to have it as Steam does it, with offline option for a time limit of your own choosing, say 1 to 31 days. The current cloud option at iLok is a step towards it, but doesn't work for older licenses. That's a big shame. It would mean no problems if your motherboard fails or disk drive, or for something unpleasant as happens every time Windows updates with XLN Audio plugins
  8. It gives you temporary licenses, but you will still have to contact developers for resetting authorizations.
  9. iLok licenses are tied to the motherboard (that is, if not on iLok key). You motherboard dies, you will have to contact the developers. Some of them will answer after several weeks only, some almost instantly.
  10. I wrote the most probable reason and solution in the original thread.
  11. If Hyper-V got installed in the update, you will have this problem. It practically takes over the network interface setup. If you uninstall it, temporary or not, you will get chance to move the licenses to a USB stick.
  12. Nope, the diaphragm is small and probably crap.
  13. I just realized that the word "capsule" can mean two things. I meant the (donor) body.
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