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  1. Lee D

    UVI Falcon 2

    Oh damn it I have to buy this
  2. Waveform Extreme Bundle can be had for $300. Worth it? Anyone using this?
  3. Nah it's 96 samples. I agree, it's unusual. It appeared recently in the newer Focusrite Scarlett utility, previously it just went form 64 to 128 samples. Well I use algorithmic reverb and don't use linear phase EQ's. But I know what you're saying, when it comes to doing the final mixing then the buffer size will have to go up probably.
  4. Halion comes with a big library. The includes acoustic sounds (piano, strings, etc) are serviceable but nothing great. The synths are pretty good. It's a very capable sound-design tool and it has a very good wavetable editor and granular engine. It's a very capable sampler as well. The main draw for it is if you want to create your own multisampled instruments. For $125 it's a very good value, and I don't think you can get anything better for anywhere close to that price that does everything Halion does. You don't need a USB eLicenser dongle for it, which is good. You do have to have a soft though, kinda like how Cubase Elements is. If you ever want to sell it then the only way is to transfer it to a USB eLicenser though. I'm not a fan of the overall interface and I frankly hate the Macros. Also, they advertise that it's super easy to create your own instrument interfaces but I would disagree with that, and I am pretty computer savvy. Though honestly I was just trying it to see if I could. . . I had no interest in creating my own really. The development of it is super slow and the community on Steinberg's forums is pretty non-existent if that matters to you. I actually posted my thoughts on it when I owned it. https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=262&t=148241 Feel free to ask me any questions you may have.
  5. Thanks for the feedback everyone. I'm running Windows 10. My buffer size is at 96 samples. I will try bumping it up to 128 samples and see if that fixes the issue. I didn't even think about the ASIO buffer size being the culprit because there's no crackling during playback. Robert Bone I hear what you're saying but I am frequently jumping back and forth between MIDI editing with VST synths and mixing, so I'd really like to get a buffer setting that will work for 95% of the time. Will report back after some research!
  6. WTF are they smoking? Is this an early April Fool's or something?
  7. Lee D

    FL Studio Fire Sale

    I like In The Mix and Busy Works Beats as well, great FL tutorials!
  8. This is probably unlikely, but is the "insert" key on your keyboard busted? The "insert" key is a shortcut for adding a new track.
  9. Lee D

    All the Love I Need

    Great track man! Nice and catchy, feel good for the summer tune for cruising with the windows down!
  10. Lee D

    FL Studio Fire Sale

    Yeah patterns is the difficult part for me. Which is basically the entire workflow. It's awesome for quickly getting ideas down but then when you get into copying patterns, make unique, etc it gets a little bit tricky. And remembering what instrument in the rack is attached to what pattern, etc. I love the interface though, and piano roll is awesome like you said.
  11. Lee D

    FL Studio Fire Sale

    After you adjusted do you like the workflow now?
  12. Is that a custom plugin layout? Or just the default one? If you customized it maybe you need to update your custom layout.
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