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  1. Wave Destroyer is an audio distortion plugin capable of a massive range of tones. The distortion character is endlessly tweak-able thanks to a unique compliment of controls as well as independent pre and post EQ sections. It can be used subtly as a saturator and exciter or it can be a tool of ultimate sonic destruction. Overdrive, distortion, fuzz, glitchy broken tones, and anything else you can dream up; its all possible with Wave Destroyer. https://www.gmhaudio.com/wave-destroyer
  2. PreFET is a Machine-Learning based transistor pre-amp emulation which was designed using the same concept as PreTube. The included artificial neural network has learnt to precisely imitate the transistor pre-amp stage of a 70s tabletop cassette recorder. Depending on the Drive-Setting PreFET can colour your sounds from subtle analogue saturation to heavy overdrive. https://www.accentize.com/PreFET
  3. It's not bad; but IMO it lacks 'character' compared to Kramer Master Tape, J37, Saturn, iZotope Exciter, etc.
  4. Thank you trager and simon ... enabling the Legacy VST Support option fixed the problem. 😀
  5. After running their installer, all of my previous .dll-files were deleted and replaced with just: Black Rooster Audio.dll. Okay, no problem if that's how they're doing it now. But! Now none of my previous plugins are detected in Cubase, including Magnetite. Nice! So what they're saying is: No plugins for you! Come back one year.
  6. I think just a subset judging from the announcement video.
  7. Presonus seems to have closed the feature-gap between Cubase and S1 enough so that I can finally ditch Cubase. Fingers crossed...
  8. Just listened to the KNIF Knifonium Tube Synth playthrough and was very underwhelmed. It sounds like just another generic synth rather than something with unique character like DS Thorn or Lion (both of which I love and use often).
  9. Very nice freebie! Lots of vintage vibe.
  10. I'm hoping that version 11 will finally deliver the much needed (and requested) bug fixes, stability and productivity improvements. Matthias Quellmann seems to have hinted that may be the case in this post: https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=283&t=189447&p=1011022&hilit=boring#p1011022
  11. locrian

    UJAM Mellow

    Yeah, but is it Yellow?
  12. I watched it too as well as the ones by Chris Lord-Alge, Piper Payne, Tony Maserati, and Chris Baseford. The only one I found useful/insightful was the one by Chris Baseford. It's not just that Waves plugs their plugins, but the classes were very unfocused. I plan to watch Eddie Kramer's masterclass; but with low expectations. I'm hoping to be surprised.
  13. Are these also included for the 79EUR price, or do you have to buy them separately?
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