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  1. Based on what Jim said on another thread I am planning for Thunderbolt in the near future. Of course there are many other factors involved (most important having one of these beasts for a processor) but I doubt you could come anywhere close to these results with USB 2.0.
  2. Nice specs Bapu... My mobo died during a mixdown on Friday and doing an emergency build when I get all the components next week: Motherboard ASUS - ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO Socket LGA 1200 USB 3.2 Intel Motherboard Processor Intel Core i9-10900K Comet Lake 3.7GHz Ten-Core LGA 1200 Boxed Processor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From my old machine: Processor Cooler NH-U14S 140mm U-Type Tower Cooler Memory Dominator Platinum - DDR4 16GB 3000Mhz x 2 for 32GB Drives WD - WD_BLACK SN750 NVMe 500GB Internal PCI Express 3.0 x4 Solid State Drive for Laptops & Desktops Samsung EVO 500GB SSD Samsung PRO 250 SSD Asus DVD Writer Power Supply Seasonic Focus+ 80 Plus Gold 850 FX Fully Modular Case Silverstone Fortress FT02 (huge but silent) Trying to re-use what I can and cannot wait for Gen 11 processor. Went with the ROG motherboard since it has other goodies and 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports and did not want the headaches of adding it later... Looking to add this audio interface once the build is working based on Jim's comments about latency: Presonus Quantum 2626 Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interface
  3. I downloaded the demo and I may get it. Definitely a different sound when you A/B with AR Studio 3 and I like the idea of flipping between them. I also like the Ambiance control on this version. Looks like no Unfiltered Audio Bass-Mint for me...
  4. If they renew the vouchers this time around you could get 2 of the 3. $29 for all 3 would be absolutely insane!
  5. For those using Cubase - you can also fire up your new Cubase 11, go to VST Plug-in Manager and click the Plug-in Report button. It was added in Cubase 10.5.
  6. My account shows 2021: PERPETUAL LICENSE after the free upgrade... so to be clear it should never stop working but you are correct - no more updates or upgrades. I will probably sit on this version for a few years at least.
  7. Are you sure there is a free upgrade to the Standard Edition? I did not see this on their website.
  8. Confirmed full Nectar 3, installed and activated.
  9. Definitely appears only VST2 are supported. When I installed VT2 versions of Exponential Audio and rescanned they showed up as well. Same with ARC3 which is good!
  10. Thanks! I did not have VST2 versions of T-Racks installed. Just VST3. They show up now.
  11. Confirmed it supports 3rd Party Plugins with the standalone version - no Waves or IK Multimedia though. Sonarworks and all of the PA stuff are there plus others. You can even load bx_masterdesk or dearVT Pro if you so desire! That should be interesting to play around with... According to their support site it is NOT officially supported.
  12. FYI - T-Racks has also been updated to Ver. 5.4.0: Introducing Space Delay General reliability improvements
  13. I did it just the other day - have not had the time to delve in to all the new features but to me it is almost worth it just for the new Plug-In report button on the VST Plug-in Manager - very nice! Version: 10.5.20 Build: 179 Build Date: May 5 2020 OS Version: Windows 10.0.18363 Date/Time: Fri Jul 3 10:15:59 2020 Total Plug-ins: 799 Effect Plug-ins: 755 Instrument Plug-ins: 44 VST3 Plug-ins: 678 VST2 Plug-ins: 120 Other Plug-ins: 1 Blacklisted Plug-ins: 15 Reactivated Plug-ins: 0
  14. Updates are also 40% off - Cubase Pro 10.0 to 10.5 is $35.99.
  15. Did Larry miss Round 6 or am I blind???
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