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  1. The Ample Sound upright is one of my favorite instruments - I use it a lot and recommend it highly.
  2. I like the sound of the AD2 kits - I would guess that I have about 75% of them. But I use Jamstix to power them and it's a great combination. (Jamstix does not get the interest that it deserves - I think it's the best drum program in the market.) I did try a demo of EZDrummer2 last year, but found that it did not compare to Jamstix (at least for my workflow). I suppose I'll give EZDrummer3 a spin when they offer a demo.
  3. Yep, that's what I did - got Synth-V, Kevin and Solaria. And I have to say it's been great fun with shockingly good results. Hopefully they come out with some good ENGLISH tutorials (either written or video) that will make Synth-V easier to use. (And yes, the VI-Control thread has been very useful!)
  4. Loom II is excellent and it makes this deal very worthwhile.
  5. Have you ever tried Reaper? Whole download is only about 20MB and it loads up EXTREMELY fast. Works with VST2 and VST3, unlimited tracks, VERY stable. And you can use it free for 60 days while you evaluate it.
  6. Maybe this chart helps? https://fablesounds.com/broadway-comparison-charts/
  7. Just getting the 4 Cherry Audio items made this a great deal for me!
  8. I downloaded and tried the Fyler demo. I was not impressed as it was just way too basic. For a little more money, you could buy Reaper and just use it's Media Explorer which is far superior. (Free to try, so check it out.) And of course it's a great DAW as well. Or if you want what I consider the king of media databases, then get a subscription to LoopCloud. Their database will allow you to search on key, BPM, frequency range, length of clip in seconds, instrument type, musical genre, and much more.
  9. I remember when I first discovered text games (Commodore 64 early 80s), I went nuts! I thought it was the coolest thing and I remember showing friends and they were amazed too. Zork, Planetfall, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, and so many more - and I loved 'em all.
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    Zero G Deeva

    Check this out for some interesting male background vocals: https://soundiron.com/products/questionably-barbershop Yeah, it says barbershop, but it has lots of be-bop type scat stuff that will work well in the background. As to Synthesizer V, I purchased the pro version a few weeks ago along with the Solaria and Kenneth voices. It REALLY could use a good manual as you have to figure out things by watching YouTube videos. However, despite the lack of documentation I am getting pretty good results and would recommend it.
  11. If I see something by Ben Osterhouse is on sale that I don't own, then I buy it.
  12. I didn't watch the video... but isn't this a timeless expression (why is today's music so bad?) that has been used by generation after generation? There were probably complaints about Bach and Mozart...
  13. Thanks guys! I didn't realize that these are their free plugins. So yeah, I'll just wait for their half-off price for their entire free bundle.
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    Melda deal?

    I see this bundle deal on WAProductions website. It has 16 Melda effects for $24.95. They say they include "extended" licenses, which is a phrase I cannot even locate on the Melda website. If they mean full licenses (which is how they are describing them), then this would seem to be a good deal. Any thoughts? https://www.waproduction.com/bundles/view/mstarterfxbundle
  15. I see Jack Benny in Reid's profile picture.
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