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Doug Rintoul

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  1. Should have mentioned this before. I have a key for Ignite that I don't need if anyone wants it. I got it during the last Acoustica Humble Bundle. PM me. First come, first serve.
  2. Disengaging in 3...2...1...Disengaged.
  3. I don't know about the size of all the companies. Sonuscore is fairly well known. But why should that make a difference? Because a company is large, it should absorb the cost of downloads? And if they don't, that makes them scuzzy and evil?
  4. Sonuscore for one. In fact, when I try to download something I purchased in April 2021, I get the message: Sorry, this download has expired: Go to shop. Looks like I would have to buy the product all over again. Fluffy Audio states this: Download links will expire seven days after this E-mail is sent. And there are limited download attempts for downloading your product. We suggest to backup your product to be able to recover your files anytime. Sampletraxx has the same policy as Fluffy. They both use Fastspring for their downloads so it may that way for any Fastspring downloads. Audiofier is another that uses Fastpring. Their email states: The link will expire in 7 days, so please hurry up 🙂 Xtant Audio has the same message as Sonuscore when I try to download past purchases. These are some examples from my last year of purchases. Now it may be that if I contacted support, they might be willing to reinstate a download for free, but no where on their websites do they specify that this service is available. Fortunately I have not had to find out I would like to point out that just because some or even the majority of company follow a certain policy, not all companies should follow that policy. IKM implimented download charges for a reason, and I don't believe for a moment they did it because they were evil or trying to do something underhanded. Update: Just checked Fluffy's FAQ. Looks like they can reinstate download link if you contact support.
  5. I don't find it sheisty or evil. And I am not going let a measly potential $10 charge stop me from purchasing from a company that gives me good value in their poducts. If you want to avoid a company based on an out of perspective principle, as you say, have at it. It is your loss. Fine by me.✌️
  6. Curious, where is this IK forum you speak of? Nevermind...found it here: https://cgi.ikmultimedia.com/ikforum/
  7. Spent my "budget" for this month. Fortunately, April is almost over and the GB will still be going strong in May. Probably like a lot of people, I'll jump in at 10 freebies.
  8. 401...6 free synths now.
  9. I can't understand why people get their panties in such a knot over this one. I know IK Multimedia could foster a lot of good will by doing away with this but it is all of $10 for crying out loud. I have spent more on plugins that turned out to be garbage and were useless to me. Even spent more on duplicate plugins I had forgotten I already had. And IKM is not the only company to expire download access. Some even expire after a week or two. To me 180 days is quite reasonable. There are a lot of things to complain about with the way IKM has done stuff in tbe past. This is way down the list for me.
  10. Now I got the Floyd running through my head.
  11. For me this was the misunderstanding on my part. This was it for me also, and not really understanding what the Edit button did. I assumed that the Edit button was for editing all the parameters of a synth not just the Wave Sets. So I thought that if S2 CS and SE did not upgrade V1 synths, I was stuck with the V1 presets as is with no way to modify them. I was wrong of course.
  12. This is incorrect as has already been explained earlier in the thread. Full S2 does not allow S1 presets in edit mode. Edit mode is a new feature for S2 and only works with S2 presets. Note that you can still do all the same things to S1 presets in S2 that you could do in S1, ie the instrument interface is still available for S1 presets.
  13. Anybody actually got this to work? I tried registering with them but never received an email.
  14. Can never have too many tuners, my mamma used to always say.
  15. My current understanding is that there is no difference in the underlying program between the different versions of Syntronik 2. The total difference is in the content. You may not be seeing any Syntronik 2 presets because you have not downloaded the sound content for CS. You can do this in the Product manager. You also have to download the V2 presets for previously purchased synths if you get 2 or Max. I owned J-60 and V-80 previously but still had to download the new sound content in order to see the V2 presets.
  16. I think that is an old voucher from 2021🤪. This is real one: 2022-04-25GS8P973iTw243
  17. Thanks for clarifying this. So "upgrading" previous purchased synths really means just adding V2 presets (not that this is insignificant). It however does nothing with the V1 presets.
  18. Are you bragging about your IQ? https://www.iq-test.net/IQ-136-and-its-meaning-10202.html
  19. I saw your message. I guess I didn't state my question very well. You do say you get V1 and V2 presets but can you edit the V1 presets if you only have CS or SE? My experience with getting the free Syntronik 2 V-80 and the Syntronik 2 J-60 is that you cannot edit the V1 presets. So the Tracks option on the Edit page is useless if you cannot get to the Edit page. It is stated the product page of Syntronik 2 in the Version comparison, that CS and SE hosts previously purchased synths, but 2 and MAX upgrades previously purchased synths. The real issue is what is meant by upgrading previously purchased synths. Does upgrading convert V1 presets to V2 presets and thus allow you to edit them, or does it just add V2 presets which are editable in Syntronik 2, but the V1 presets are still not editable?
  20. I think the issue is that, at least for me, even when a synth is V2, not all the V1 presets are included in V2, and it seems like you cannot edit the V1 presets in Syntronik 2. My understanding is that if you purchase Syntronik 2 or Max, your V1 synths are upgraded to V2 enabling you to edit the V1 presets in Syntronik 2. Can anyone verify this?
  21. They're worth more that way. Collector's item you know.
  22. Funny, I read this as LO-RES until I watched the video. I thought it was some sort of bit-crusher based instrument. Does sound good though. Kind of in the same vein as Zero-G's Elements.
  23. Good reminder for me. I had gotten the V-80 from APD but had forgotten to register the serial. I am not expecting it to qualify for the GB but glad to have another toy to play with. Now I need to check out the CM freebie.
  24. Why get it for free when you can pay $24.99!
  25. This is now truly fixed. Sick Noise has reduced the price of NoiseClick to 15e so it can be had for free with the coupon.
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