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  1. Hmm, strange. It might be that I wasn't logged in to my account, when I checked it, so it didn't know what I own and showed me everything. 😊
  2. The driver IS available separately (if I'm not completely wrong here): https://customer.focusrite.com/support/downloads?brand=Focusrite&product_by_type=431&download_type=all Open the Software container, and there it is, for you to download... -Pete
  3. I see these "Someone just bought/added to cart this and that" on a few plugin sites... Might be legit, it's a global thing after all. The plugin IS good. Just take a look at the "Snake Oil" video embedded on the True Iron page; that Wytse guy very rarely likes anything, but even he had to admit there's something there. This plugin is quite subtle, but it makes a difference. And, I don't work for Kazrog, I'm just a music hobbyist from Finland. The plugin itself doesn't seem to use iLok or other licensing mechanism. I recall just buying the thing, downloading it with the link and installing it. I don't remember entering any serial either. Maybe someone with a better memory can help? 😀 I just searched through my mails and didn't even see any serials being sent to me, only receipts and order confirmations. Quite relaxed, actually...
  4. True Iron from Kazrog: https://kazrog.com/collections/audio-plugins/products/true-iron I these days throw it almost on everything; tracks and buses.
  5. While on the subject of aim assist, I'd like an option for moving audio clips: When I have the aim assist on and start moving an audio clip, it would be nice to (optionally) have the aim line stay at the location where I click the clip when I start dragging it (a zero crossing, peak etc.). Now the aim line moves to the start of the clip, which doesn't alwayshelp much. Say, if you're aligning two clips to be exactly in phase, you first have to drag a clip and then check with aim assist if the two are now ok relative to each other. If the aim assist would remain in the position I want to align to, this would be a bit easier.
  6. I sometimes think these are some kind of timing problems. Open CbB "cold" with the project, and the first time leads into a crash, but the second time when most of the stuff already is in caches or whatever, having just been accessed, things go smoothly. I don't know what else could be different between the first and second launch. But, this is software and there are a few possible orders things happen when multitasking...
  7. Met with the Ducks again yesterday evening and they were working fine, pot values and meters. Must've been some strange thing with adding plugins in CbB the first time. Now everything was as you'd expect. Must give the Duckies a new try soon - I think especially the chorus, phaser and flanger are very good and clean, the filter as well. The minimalism of the UI is a delight. As a Finn, I value clear design a lot. 😊
  8. Tried the Dead Ducks out yesterday, but there's something wrong with drawing the UI, at least in my system: the level meters don't work in any effect that have them and turning the pots only shows the value when I release the mouse. (Win 10 Pro 1903 with latest updates, Intel/nVidia combo with up-to-date drivers). Does anyone else have this problem with these? I'd actually like to use many of these, but the UI... 😐 -Pete
  9. This is right next to my house...
  10. I have it since last spring and wouldn't part with it ever. After calibrating my monitors (a pair of small Genelecs with the smallish "porridge pot" sub) I have gotten much better mix results, and I don't even have any treatment in the room whatsoever. It used to be very hard for me to get the low end even near right (surprise!), but now I can better trust what I hear. The Studio also comes with headphone calibration (I think) and my Beyer 880 Pros are much more usable for mixing than before. The calibration process is quite fun and you can do it easily whenever need be. Sonarworks releases new versions surprisingly often and has a very responsive support, so you don't have to suffer from bugs for very long. So, to answer your question, it really was and is worth the money in my opinion. I bought it at full price, but have seen some deals on it as well after purchasing it. Monitor the Coffee House V2.0/Deals subforum here, as you can spot good deals there without having to google so much...
  11. This is what BassDrive looks like in Logic (snipped out of one of Airwindows' videos): Something like this is all I'm after. I guess a few more pixels have been put into use here - with a proper scalable font and not the a-few-pixels-by-a-few-pixels bitmapped relic font that's still in use in Cakewalk.
  12. Vantaa, Finland. Ten miles north of Helsinki.
  13. That BassDrive IS an Airwindows plugin. These plugins are numerous and some are quite interesting... I guess the Airwindows motto is: "In the mix, no-one can hear your screen." 😁
  14. @Chuck E Baby: Here's a default GUI example for you. Probably a blast right outta the 90's. The font height ain't too many pixels. Ahh, those were the times: screen resolution of 800 x 600 px, and you were rockin'! You could read it well back then, not so much today.
  15. Have to try it, seems quite useful! Thanks for the tip, @scook!
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