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synkrotron

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  1. sorry couldn't get back to sleep after getting up for a pee
  2. yes, yes, I do Craig, yes, I really do thank you
  3. I shouldn't even be replying here because I can't play guitar for shit and I wouldn't know a "good sounding guitar" if it hit me in the face. What I will say, though, is I love my PRS Studio. They don't appear to make them anymore. Not expensive at around £2200 but the most expensive single musical item I have ever bought. That got me a "Ten Top." A beautiful work of art, in my opinion.
  4. What if you don't do any of that stuff? Is it still worth me watching?
  5. Bbbutttt!!! a hundred bucks IS a DEAL! this effect is worth the full asking price, in my ridiculous opinion
  6. Just pay the one hundred bucks FFS! 🙄
  7. oh, wait, I think I get this one
  8. Ah, I didn't realise that... I must have missed that one. Not that I need it because I purchased Adaptiverb as soon as it was released. I have since changed the title of the topic
  9. If you need any help, tricks or tips, give me a shout here. I generally call in a couple of times a day. cheers andy
  10. Yes, you need to install the iLok License Manager software.
  11. Hi arnoldoo, I am afraid that the only person that can answer that question is you. I will say this, however, ADAPTIVERB is very much a "creative" reverb and not a reverb in the traditional sense. For me, ADAPTIVERB is a great sound design tool. I never use it as a reverb... I have Pro-R for reverb duties. I will also say that I have Valhalla Supermassive and Tritik IRID and they are also creative reverbs and I will sometimes use all three in a single project, such is the difference between them. It is possible to install ADAPTIVERB for a trial period. If you are looking for "just another reverb" then ADAPTIVERB is not for you. cheers andy
  12. synkrotron

    ADAPTIVERB deal

    https://www.zynaptiq.com/adaptiverb/ Less than a hundred buck or euros until the end of August!!!
  13. @craigb okay dood, here's the latest "concept" I am now going through the process of trying to create some kind of backstory which will be some kind of sci-fi thing five tracks totalling 65 minutes which are all on SC as private tracks so that I can listen and self crit over then next week or so I'm hoping for an early September release
  14. wasn't that margarine? erm... no, you were right...
  15. Thanks for the buttering up, Craig 😄 On its way... I'll post elsewhere about that so as not to annoy the OP 😉
  16. Sad news indeed... Just been reading some articles on the www. I've seen UFO twice in the last eight years but those line-ups did not include Pete Way, unfortunately.
  17. As I listen to the 65 minutes of stuff I currently have on SoundCloud (as private tracks I hasten to add) I realise that I have it easy. I have embraced LUFS over the last two years and, thinking about it, it really does suit the kind of material I create. And that is why I am saying, "I have it easy." A very high proportion of my work is neither compressed or limited. Well, not entirely true, because I have recently been getting to grips with Pro-Q3's "dynamic EQ" tool. I like that, because it is a lot easier to use than compression where you have to understand all the various settings. With Pro-Q3's dynamic EQ, you just apply it... Nothing to learn other than understanding how it alters sounds. And I only really use it with individual notes that sometimes run riot at certain points, so, quite a narrow Q setting. And my number? -16 I tried -18 for a time, which gives you more dynamic range, but I felt that it was a bit too "quiet" even for my stuff. Every now and then I create something with percussion and I ramp it up to -14. Having said all that, I agree with that Scheps character in that we should mix to suit the material and not some arbitrary level set by others. Sure, there are times when a common level across various genres, or stuff that gets listened to together, is a big plus. You don't want to be reaching for the volume control because your playlist contains some tracks that were mixed and mastered back in the early seventies and some that were done in the late nineties. okay... carry on...
  18. Anyway, some great pics and all that, but I finally took some time to watch the video in the original post and thought that it was a good interview. Just sayin, like...
  19. oh, yes, of course Wibbs, I mean, do we really want to get "it?"
  20. Well, if you do, don't tell me because I want to try and get it myself.
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