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  1. 26 minutes ago, cclarry said:

    I think some of the Overloud Plugins in the PC also

    Yes, the VKFX modules for instance, although these are now legacy... Breverb2 and Rematrix on the other hand aren't, even more useful would be some of their Gems.

    I wish for more Boz modules like T-Bone, Little Clipper, Gatey Watey and of course Pan Knob. And something to take over the somewhat limited Quad Curve when I'm starting running out of bands :) 

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  2. 25 minutes ago, cclarry said:

    PC Modules are just VST's with a Proprietary interface...I would think it would be quite
    simple to create a PC interface and make them PC compliant.

    This. I don't remember where I know about it but PC modules are normal VST's with a smaller GUI and only interface is different (ie. proprietary). They are not coming so there must be something else in the way, I think.

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  3. 3 hours ago, ZokZTM said:

    I also do wonder how does the DUY stuff compare sound wise to the other players...

    Of course I don't know for sure but if it's a plugin from '90-ties then my best guess is it has a bland sound but good coding... as opposite to today's competition ;):D 

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  4. 5 minutes ago, pbognar said:

    I think on the Dorico page it says if you create an account, you can have 4.

    link please...? I can only see "Download 4 free..." or "Free to use 4ever..." :D 


  5. 8 hours ago, TracingArcs said:

    I hope Ben will get some decent monies from this (I have no idea how things work with Loot, PB and VST Buzz. But with the low prices his labours have gone for. He is more than deserving of a little financial "comfort".

    I always believed it's the other way around. With lower prices he could get more money from bigger sales number. 


  6. Interesting. I just bought MWobbler and am wondering if this one has anything MWobbler hasn't...? (not counting brilliant selfexplanatory one-page GUI vs crypto menu-diving on melda...:D)

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  7. Free stuff I use regularly:

    • Cakewalk by Bandlab
    • Dexed
    • PG8x
    • VOS
    • Arturia freebies
    • Overloud freebies
    • a lot of free samples/loops

    ...and a few more I don't list here to save some paper (and the forest)

     

    Oh yeah Waves RBass where applicable :) 


  8. 11 hours ago, Variorum said:

    Just as an aside, in this video, the guy is testing Behringer's ASIO Driver for the Zenyx family devices (available here) with the UMC22. Apparently the ASIO driver works with the UMC22 even down to a pretty respectable latency. Might be worth a try if you want to keep the UMC22 as a backup interface.

    Yes, this driver is written by a rather well regarded brand (as opposite to Behringer) called Ploytec that stands behind the drivers for many other USB audio/midi interface producers. It's a proper ASIO driver not a wrapper, I'm using it with ART USB preamp/interface and it's easily on par with the most other popular choices out there.


  9. 2 minutes ago, telecode 101 said:

    They use iLok software to manage licenses. You will need to install iLok. I think their software manage will do it for you.

    I have long time iLok installed, I use machine registration. Central is no no, I hate managers. I also don't like linking accounts but I will link if it's the only way. Thanks


  10. They want me to link their account with ilok whatever that means. That's new to me as I've been always given a redeem code and manually registering in my ilok account. No code with Softube? Or is it again something they push but I can't find a workaround.

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