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Eusebio Rufian-Zilbermann

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  1. Note that this code can also be used for 50% off from the Pro version (that adds various stem cleanup tools, plus Audiosuite version for ProTools, or ARA for other DAWs)
  2. No vouchers for me either. This year my plan is to wait for a "2024 releases bundle" in December or January. Until then, I have the "all releases up to 2024" bundle, which is plenty to play with.
  3. I use it in some of my projects and I find it a good tool for creating music by "drawing its shape" and easily trying patterns from various palettes of options. Note that it's not a "magic AI" idea generator. For using it effectively you'll need to have a reasonably good idea of what you want to do (e.g., think in terms of "this bar is in C and I want to start at A, go up slightly past C and then end in C").
  4. Airline amp sim Sounds nice, although I probably have too many amp sims already.
  5. For reference, MMM 2024 became available in August 2023. If we assume a yearly release cadence, and that MMM stays afloat, as part of Magix or owned by someone else, buying or upgrading to 2024 now would probably get you 3 months until the upgrade notifications start popping up Magix tends to change every few weeks both the price and the bundled products. The current one is probably the best it's ever going to get in terms of price. Personally rather than price I prefer waiting until they bundle something I'm interested in. The current bundle is Native Instruments Hybrid Keys & iZotope Ozone 11 Elements, and MMM 2024 premium doesn't give me anything I'd want compared to MMM 2023 Premium+Free MMM 2024. I prefer waiting until they offer a bundle with a few producerplanet vouchers that let me get commercial licenses for soundpools of my choice.
  6. There should be a law against shutting down a licensing service without providing licensing-free copies first
  7. I got it and I won't be using it. If redemption is not personalized, mine is up for grabs
  8. You can get unbiased reviews from a professional reviewer if you pay the reviewer and make it a viable business for him/her. An example would be "Snake oil" White Sea Studios who gets funding from Patreon and YouTube memberships (I'm one of his Patreon supporters). He occasionally gets some "perks" from a manufacturer, like a review version not accessible to the public, but he discloses it when that's the case (and notes that he is not getting the videos "vetted" by the company) https://www.youtube.com/@Whiteseastudio/videos
  9. Nothing but VWAG (vouchers we all get) for me since the end of last year, therefore I haven't bought anything from them this year (I was looking for an "All new plugins 2024" deal but they didn't do that either, I guess I'll wait for the end of the year). Anyway, I have every PA plugin up released until the end of 2023, and that should cover my needs. My goal for now anyway is to focus on snapping up long-term wants when good deals show up at knobcloud (I recently got a couple of Zynaptiq plugins and Omnisphere, still on the lookout for Serum)
  10. That's great! Not always, but I often give away things for free as well I only suggested knobcloud because I didn't want to "be generous with things that aren't mine"
  11. For people who have everything AAS, there's always knobcloud and buy/sell forums
  12. As a reminder, a one-year sub is $24 (base price if you have accumulated rewards, $90 otherwise) at https://audioplugin.deals/product/beat-magazine-12-month-subscription-2024/
  13. The 10% off coupon pushed me over the edge (m-tron mk II and the veevum bundle)
  14. With all these caveats, you may be better off getting a SM58 or SM57 and using the bigger windscreen+eq tricks for making them practically equivalent to an SM7B
  15. The Alan Meyerson Edition works ok in Pro Tools and it's not bad, maybe better than "plain" Waves Nx, but not as good as CLA Nx with the head tracking device, which is my favorite environment for reducing "headphone fatigue".
  16. I have the Alan Meyerson Edition and it makes my Cakewalk (Cbb and old Sonar) crash during startup. Anybody else seeing similar issues?
  17. Don't forget to stack the ETHERALOYALTY code during checkout if this is not your first Ethera purchase
  18. Is this a good path towards M-Tron Pro - Complete? https://www.gforcesoftware.com/products/m-tron-pro-complete/ I couldn't find the Streetly tapes bundle being available anymore (the link that I found in older messages in this forum, it just takes you to the M-Tron Pro - Complete page), and buying this one and the expansions independently, could potentially be more expensive Maybe someone who has it already can comment if you get a personalized offer for the expansion bundle from time to time?
  19. 1) Delete (or move to a different folder) the folder containing the soundpool with the ogg files 2) Rescan the soundpools (there is a button in the same program settings dialog you used to switch from ogg to wav) and then exit MMM 3) Start MMM, go to Downloads (View>>Window>>Downloads) and it should be available in the list of available downloads (with a button to actually download it) Of course, you can always do it manually (and it may be easier if it's only one soundpool) 1) Log in to Producerplanet.com 2) Find the soundpool in your library page 3) download and unzip
  20. Yes, for many years the vast majority of the deals included only the non-commercial license (unless you got a voucher for a certain amount of money and used it to buy commercial licenses). In the second half of 2023, they started offering deals that included the commercial license, finally! (but, make sure to check each specific deal) (clarification: no, I'm not affiliated with Magix, but I am a soundpool addict)
  21. It's MAGIX's name for their construction kits, that is, sample packs (available in wav and ogg versions) where most loops are available in 6 or 7 keys (in some cases it's not just pitch shift, but a slightly different version of the loop in a different key, and changing from major to minor when appropriate). Soundpools also include additional info files (an ini and an xml) so that they can be integrated into MAGIX Music Maker's Songmaker AI composition tools (but you can just ignore these files if using with other DAWs)
  22. The "sounds like Ukraine" topic reminded me of Pripyat Pianos and Emisynth https://strixinstruments.com/pripyat-pianos/ https://strixinstruments.com/emisynth/ ($19 each) (note: better deal at Pluginboutique https://www.pluginboutique.com/product/1-Instruments/55-Kontakt-Instrument/7597-PRIPYAT-Pianos thanks to Virtual Cash and tokens)
  23. Nice! we no longer need to select "Other" and type it in.
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