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synkrotron

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  1. I started watching the series as I had just literally finished a mix and was moving to the "mastering" stage. In a very loose way, of course, because I don't really actually master anything.

    Anyway, watched the first five videos, which covers some stuff I already know.

    Onto the sixth and I now have to register an account before I can continue. So I'm having a think about that.

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  2. 14 minutes ago, Vernon Barnes said:

    Not seeing the Kontakt update here. I am currently version 6.3.2(R71)

     

     

     

    Yep, same here.

    Updated earlier this month.

    The only available updates I am seeing is Komplete Kontrol and Controller Editor, which I don't use.

    I don't have Massive X or Maschine Essentials

     


  3. 16 minutes ago, Wibbles said:

    To that end, it works.

    I agree

     

    As for

    16 minutes ago, Wibbles said:

    schoolboys with guitars

    I thought they were actually quite good, technically.

    I am not going to rush out to buy any albums of theirs, though. I liked some of it but not enough to warrant a purchase.


  4. okay, last one... need to do other stuff now

     

    a closing note

    YouTube can be so enlightening sometimes with what it throws up as suggestions

    I was watching a video of a fellow ambient creator when I spotted a "guitar teacher reacts to" video. I sometimes watch those things

    the music video he was reacting to was the Polyphia G.O.A.T one posted above and that led me to listen to a couple more of their vids

    while I was looking more into the band I came across Covet and then watched some of their stuff too

     

    have a nice day


  5. 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.

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  6. On 8/19/2020 at 1:57 AM, Jim Fogle said:

    From bluegrass to big band, new age to heavy metal, classical to hip-hop, jazz to rap, and alternative rock to techno, Gibson has mapped out everything that can be done to create various effects in all standard mixes.

    What if you don't do any of that stuff?

    Is it still worth me watching?


  7. 2 minutes ago, Cat Schrodinger said:

    Incidentally, it has been on sale for this price previously, e.g. April of this year.

    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


  8. 6 minutes ago, arnoldoo said:

    I'll install it tonight.  thanks

    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

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  9. 20 minutes ago, arnoldoo said:

    Am I missing Adaptiverb or am I missing learning-how-to-get-the-best-of-what-I-f-have?

    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

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