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  1. I don't know Loops de la Creme, but the demo sounds good here, and they seem to have a good reputation. The Manhattan jazz kit here is 50% off for the introductory period until 14th March at 32Eu (+ applicable tax, VAT etc). Needs full Kontakt 5.3+. https://www.loopsdelacreme.com/kontakt-libraries (scroll down the page a little) I have both AD2 jazz kits, but this sounds really useful. Jerry
  2. Is this an early April 1st? I can't wait for Hamster Tweets and Llama Bleats
  3. Indeed it does does doesoesessssss ... .. see what I did there?
  4. I keep a handy shortcut to the download for the Yamaha ASIO driver for the UR22 now. It (almost) always needs reinstalling after Windows updates.
  5. Bapu - Is that a contemporary strat? I have one of those from '85. Lovely guitar. For many years I played it with SD hotrails in the bridge with a coil-tap. But it's now back to the original PU, just changed the pickguard to an ivory pearl (with matching knobs and PU covers). I took out the tuning lock screws at the headend and the microtuners on the trem. I couldn't get along with them. jdf
  6. Yeah, good old Voyetra DOPro. For the 80TB had, I wonder if these will mainly find their market in server farms, etc. , especially where a back up regime is convenient and automated. I couldn't imagine trusting 80TB on one drive, you'd need another one to back up the data locally. Probably in the time scale of these hard drives, the more likely home user would be increasingly utilising cloud storage (which would be using these drives).
  7. Yes, but we were happy
  8. Thanks Tecknot. As you see, I almost immediately edited my post when I re-read the advert. Having owned Cubase for sometime, I'm sure I must have known this already, but at my age you get so many things in your head, most of it is rubbish. jdf
  9. Hi, I should know this, but I don't ... I already have my usb dongle for cubase. If I now buy Wavelab, do I need another dongle, or can the same dongle be used for both? EDIT - No I don't - just read the advert again! Thanks
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  11. Agree with the Tonespot Acoustic. Go for the Express,and like me, you end up shelling out for the full version. If I was to contravene my no-Waves policy, I'd probably suggest CLA-Unplugged. Tonespot can get the same effects as the CLA, but with many more options, and so takes longer to get the final sound. But I also agree that you can overdo the effect, and you need to keep the acoustic fairly pure. jdf
  12. I'm not in the market for this, and normally I'd say "you get what you pay for (if you're lucky)". However, I've seen some good reviews of this brand, not only teles, but also 335's. This isn't an endorsement. I suppose the most you lose is the $80. jdf
  13. +1 However, I have to admit a grudging like for the Waves JJP bass. It's the only Waves I use these days. Ok, maybe their CLA bass too.
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