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Dzilizzi

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  1. It's not in mine either. Maybe it is not yet been rolled out? I have full Reason 10. I have to wonder if having Reason Lite 11 will give me access to my Reason 10 instruments/effects as VST plugins? Probably not. Still waiting on the upgrade sale.
  2. It's only the boxes that are a deal. I ordered from Thomann and it should arrive next week sometime. It's costing me about $23 more than it would cost if I wait until the next 50% off sale. (for shipping) If you have a 0 transaction fees card, it is the better way to go. Paypal was going to charge another $5 or so. (I still use Paypal, I just pay in Euros)
  3. It sounds interesting, but I think I have all of those in plucked form in other instruments. I have to quit buying stuff I don't use.....
  4. But it's Sine only. So far, not AAX and crashes Cubase. It's funny because the standalone version works fine on my computer.
  5. Is Zinio getting the English version? Not that I need Ozone Elements. I think I would just prefer dealing with them over dealing with Falkmedia. Edit: okay, looks like they get it also. I will probably wait until it comes out in English.
  6. Unfortunately, ProTools is AAX. 😝 Otherwise, I probably wouldn't use anything else.
  7. I actually don't use CW. I mostly use either ProTools or Cubase. I used to use Sonar all the time, but picked up Cubase when Cakewalk was going out of business as a crossgrade (they did a very nice sale for Sonar users) 😉 If it can just be downloaded, I will check it out. I just don't want to be stuck paying for something I don't want. Thanks!
  8. I have so many virtual instruments, I won't buy another loop library again. I just don't have the control with them. I think I looked at Loopcloud, but I didn't want to sign up with them to be able to use their organizer. Isn't the organizer online, even if your loops aren't? I'll look at it again, but there was something about it I didn't like.
  9. I have a whole bunch of loops I've collected over the years. I never use them because it just takes too much time to go through them all to figure out what I like. So they usually sit in a backup drive. I would love a good organizer tool. The only one I found that seemed decent is Apple only. Or was Apple only. The reviews on the Windows ones were never very good. ProTools Workspace makes auditioning loops somewhat easier. Plus if you import through the workspace and they are Apple/Rex/Acid loops, Elastic Audio is enabled on them, making it easier to change tempo, keys, etc... If I could get them a little better organized, I might actually use them.
  10. If you drag it into your project, it usually gets copied into your project folder, which should be on a fast drive, whether 7200 RPM or SSD. If it doesn't copy, you could be in trouble later if the drive isn't available. Believe me, you want it all together. I've opened old projects and found audio is gone because I didn't save them correctly. Trying to recreate them can be impossible.
  11. I've never had a problem with UJam through multiple hardware changes. Works great.
  12. Yes, And you don't need a fancy drive for this because you shouldn't be streaming these, unlike say a Kontakt library.
  13. I have about 3 external HDD's that I keep various libraries on. All are 7200 RPM in USB3 enclosures. My Kontakt drive is all nicely organized and is mostly non-player libraries. And now I have 4 1TB drives that usually have my bigger orchestral libraries on them (library tab libraries so I don't have to worry about looking for them) - things that bog down on a spinning drive. I have a lot of libraries. Also, you can pretty much fill library drives. Since you normally only write a library once and then just read, you don't need the extra space usually required for a drive to function. The "back-up" drives you buy at places like Costco are great for storing stuff you aren't using and back-up. But I wouldn't try to use them for any actual streaming applications. They would work for loops where you pull them into your project folder to actually play.
  14. I like the acoustic pianos. They are fun to play. My only complaint is it doesn't have midi out. If you use Kontakt's midi out, you get a jumbled mess of midi notes.
  15. Dzilizzi

    Audiothing Bells

    I like Audio Thing's instruments. I was playing with Glass the other day. And now I have another copy of Trash. Actually, I think I also now have another copy of Carbon....
  16. Looks like they already added them to my account. Sweet!
  17. Haven't seen that happen yet. The Ultimate items haven't yet showed up in the standard edition. I'm thinking it will be the same for the CE stuff.
  18. And this is why I still have spinning drives. Lots of spinning drives. With all the stuff I use almost never. But there just in case.
  19. I do use the Kontakt instruments. Mostly the ones that come with Ultimate, not the ones that come with standard Komplete. So Ultimate was probably worth it. And at half price, KU13 CE is probably worth it to me...... I've been waiting for Noire for a while.....
  20. I'm the same.,,,,,, 😉
  21. The do add a lot of stuff in these bundles. Problem is? I don't want/use half of it. I think I opened Massive X once. Same with Massive. I don't use any of the expansions. How do they even work? I really wanted the Quartet and Arkhis, so I will wait until the sale because I will have to update to CE. It is kind of sad they put all this stuff in their bundles and people only use maybe a third of it, depending on the type of music they make.
  22. The Eighty-eight in the Film Score bundle is actually a really nice piano. Works great in a mix.
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