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  1. 9 minutes ago, Gswitz said:

    Any eq you like.

    How do you know you like it? And why? Right! You must've had some experience using it and got at least a general idea how this EQ is different from others.

    11 minutes ago, Gswitz said:

    Just play until you get a sound you like.

     It can easily take weeks or months. No one's willing to spend this much time on each track. 

    That's why we all need tutorials and howtos on basic to advanced sound processing.

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  2. 4 hours ago, Zo said:

    Can recall who told me this was a superb flanger , Ol Pal , Larry or Bapu , but i went for the ada flanger , what a beauty !

    What do you use it for, Zo? To my ears it sounds like a poorly designed or even a damaged circuit.

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  3. 7 hours ago, TheSteven said:

    Thanks for the info.
    AI?  (it's early here maybe my coffee hasn't kicked yet)

    After playing around with the E765RT I concluded that for around $9 (with the discount coupon) it was a no-brainer purchase and picked it up.
    I listened to your audio clip and I like the guitar tones that your getting.
     

    Three tones: Clean, Crunch and Lead in one preset. Use A, B and C buttons to switch settings.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/wfph6kmfvojiruw/SW CleanCrunchLead.vstpreset?dl=0

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  4. On 4/3/2021 at 7:57 PM, TheSteven said:

    It's not bad but it's not hitting that wow threshold for me.
    What's (if you don't mind me asking) is your signal chain setup?

    Normally I record clean signal for further reamping, so in this case my chain is: Guitar->Tube DI-box->AI->DAW.

    Here's a recent example I quickly put together while demoing S1V (random noodling over some weird chords, so bear with my playing):

    https://disk.yandex.ru/d/SOLm1GR5ewSxFQ

    Let me know if you want my preset for E765RT.

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  5. 3 hours ago, Paul Young said:

    While the products are great at this point I would be collecting them.  I have many of them and often I have to go to my account to see which ones I don't have.  With the never ending sales of plugins by developers I have to wonder if many users have gotten to the point they don't need anymore.

    I'm such user. I rarely buy plugins or virtual instruments nowadays. Heck, even bundled plugins and instruments are often good enough to achieve any sound you can imagine.

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  6. 23 minutes ago, Peter - IK Multimedia said:

    We will have an integrated preset sharing system coming.  I happen to have just watched a video showing its features last night.

    That said, the installation rtf should explain the quick process of copying presets to the correct folder that is currently required.

    Sounds good! I hope, this new system doesn't imply there is going to be a time period restriction for downloading presets. 


  7. 4 hours ago, xtenkfarpl said:

    Well, damn.  It's NOT solved.   Things seemed to be going OK, but then I added a TTS1 on another track and Cakewalk crashed with a fatal error. 

    It's a well-known bug. If you try to add TTS-1 to a project, already containing some other SoftSynth(s), you'll get a crash.


  8. Here is some DTR info.

    • USB 1.0 = 12 Mb/s ÷ 8 = 1.5 MB/s
    • USB 2.0 = 480 Mb/s ÷ 8 = 60 MB/s
    • USB 3.0 = 5,000 Mb/s ÷ 8 = 625 MB/s
    • USB 3.1 = 10,000 Mb/s ÷ 8 = 1,250 MB/s
    • USB 3.1 Gen1 = 5Gb/s (625MB/s)
    • USB 3.1 Gen2 = 10Gb/s (1,250MB/s)
    • Thunderbolt 1 = 10Gb/s (1,250MB/s)
    • Thunderbolt 2 = 20Gb/s (2,500MB/s)
    • Thunderbolt 3 = 40Gb/s (5,000MB/s)
    • Samsung 970 PRO M.2 NVMe = 21.6Gb/s (2,700MB/s)
    • Samsung 970 EVO M.2 NVMe = 20.0Gb/s (2,500MB/s)
    • Samsung 960 PRO M.2 NVMe = 16.8Gb/s (2,100MB/s)
    • SATA 3.0 = 4.8Gb/s (600MB/s)

     

     


  9. Another licensed take on SLO-100.  I recall Paul Reed Smith being thrilled about GTR3 back in the day. He "couldn't tell" the difference.

    Wonder, if IK's version will keep the label.


  10. 54 minutes ago, Greg said:

    Revalver hasn’t been updated in years. When they changed ownership I thought we might see something, but not yet. 

    It's still possible. AFAIC, they are beta testing a new version.

     

    1 hour ago, Bapu said:

    So I thought I'd enter into the ReValver fray.

    1. Downloaded Revalver and installed it.

    2. Purchased some amps and cabs (two different orders, one included RIR2)

    I have yet to receive any activation codes and thus everything loads in Demo mode.

    A little disappointed I must say. It's been over 12 hours since I made the purchases.

    I don't remember the activation procedure, but it involves using any USB device as a token. My old USB drive is out of order, so I'm also not able to fully enjoy the guilty pleasure of using their heavenly Vox module. Awaiting for their response on this issue.


  11. 2 minutes ago, DeeringAmps said:

    what the Trakhmann is actually doing

    Well, it's a no frills tube preamp with just 2:1 amplification ratio, no tone or gain control. It matches the impedance and adds no distortion. Normally, you can hardly tell if there is any difference with it being on or off. But, the difference becomes very audible when you compare guitar signal recorded via AI's HiZ preamp vs TubeColour through line-in or even the same HiZ input.

    Simply put, it's a vacuum tube based active DI-box.

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  12. To my ears, this plugin doesn't surpass ReValver's version and even, somehow, doesn't feel right. Too bad, as I had high hopes when this was announced.

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