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Posts posted by synkrotron

  1. 6 hours ago, Ashay Arekar said:

    I'm sure there will be more users complaining about this

    Yes, there are.

    6 hours ago, Ashay Arekar said:

    Those guys should fix this as the VST GUIs are too small in this version, which was never a problem with Reaper earlier

    We are all being told to "bridge" the older non-scale-able VSTs.

    If they provide a solution to this, other than bridging, then I will be surprised but enormously please.


  2. 9 hours ago, kitekrazy said:

    They will probably fix it by the end of the week.

    Going off the tone of Justin's reply to the "problem" raised on the REAPER forum I very much doubt it.

    He very clearly puts the blame onto the VST vendor and suggests that I take it up with them. Which I did, actually, when Studio One suffered from the same problem and I was ignored.

    The other two suggested fixes he gives is to set the graphics setting of REAPER to "Unaware" or to "bridge" the VST (which doesn't seem to be available in REAPER 6 anyway).


    And, finally, up to now only two of use have raised this issue on the REAPER forum. They ain't going to faff for a fix just for two moaning users.

  3. 8 hours ago, Wibbles said:

    So you're ready to play with the big boys now? ;)

    I'm not.

    Well, I'm not, actually.

    I just thought that if I was ever going to upgrade to full Kontakt then now was the time to do it.

    I'm not really a library person...

  4. Hi Peeps,

    The latest Spitfire Audio LABS library is now available.

    From the LABS page:-

    In the spirit of creative collaboration, we give you a collection of unique sonic textures made out of audio samples from Ólafur Arnalds and the artists performing at his London festival, Opia: Kiasmos, VAAL, Rhye, Poppy Ackroyd, Högni & Ensemble, Grandbrothers, Hania Rani & Josin. Each artist has submitted a sample that means something to them — from the sounds of ice skating to pianos — mangled and warped by our expert team to create entirely new and unconventional sounds.


    I've not had a play yet but I've heard some of the examples and this is another one right up my street.

    Not much use for you rock'n'rollers :D


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  5. From the Spitfire Audio website:-

    Step into the sound world of composer Oliver Patrice Weder with OPW, a beautifully intimate composing toolkit made up of a unique blend of melodic and percussive elements, giving you both organic, emotive instruments and shimmering electronic manipulations. Released in conjunction with the composer’s debut album of the same name, these 59 presets have been carefully recorded and curated by Oliver himself, specifically with composers and music makers in mind. Inspired by Oliver’s extensive travels, this distinctive collection will add character, texture and beauty to your scores. Featuring his own characterful prepared piano and a Wurlitzer 200A enhanced with effects pedals, discover atmospheric delays, tempo-synced electronics, dreamy pads, swells and textures. Add rhythm and movement with raw and treated percussive one shots and loops, or for a hint of nostalgia, choose the smoky, romantic tones of the flugelhorn.


    I quite enjoyed the Alev Lenz library earlier this year so I will definitely be checking this one out.

    Only £29

    Not even worth waiting for Black Friday...

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