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  1. I’ve had Pi and Phi since version 1, I found I could get results from it that I couldn’t get with other plugins, it’s been improved with version 3, never really been sure what it was doing under the hood, but the end results was pleasing and it's a useful eq/enhancer to have. I also have the 358 enhancer, which is a nice enhancer, this has also been updated to version 2. Also have the three Musiqual EQs, although never use them, I wish they'd just combine the three into one plugin, so you could just switch between them. MIA Labs do seem to update their plugins and I think they’ve all been free updates, as far as I can remember. The whole collection for €99 seems good value, as long as you end up using them! I would recommend people to try out the Pi and Phi as it is a great eq/enhancer.
  2. I have the T-De-Esser Plus/Pro, T-Compressor, and T-Clarity. The De-Esser Pro is good, although I’m not a fan of their plugin protection, the plugins need to be signed in, and it seemed to loose the sign in sometimes, I think they may have fixed that in an update. I can’t tell you what the T-Compressor is like as I’ve not managed to get it to load without an error, for some reason I didn’t demo T-Compressor which I should have, but you kind of expect plugins to work! T-Clarity works fine. For free I’d grab the T-Compressor, and I’d recommend the T-De-Esser Pro, and the T-De-Esser free version is worth having.
  3. Thank you for taking the time to share, and your views on the scripting always good to hear other peoples opinions, the truth is I don’t have the skill or musical knowledge to do any these libraries justice, but I do enjoy trying out and spending time using libraries, as I still think it’s pretty amazing that we have these tools at our disposal. I like the idea of a library of intimate more minimal strings, so I thought I’d give the library a try. I think I’ll keep an eye out for a Fluffy Audio sale, and try the viola solo string library, I’m quite intrigued by the difference in playability / scrpting between the libraries.
  4. Thanks for the mini review Peter, I wasn't sure if I should buy it or not, as it's all too easy to get tempted by deals. Any extra info or views on 8dio stuff is always welcome, as the 8dio walk throughs seem to go forever!
  5. I think they're royalty-free. And it's probably the best value loop bundles you can buy, although whether the loops are useful to you is another matter, but quite a mixture in the bundle (mostly dance related though), packs do include a reasonable amount of midi files which is a bonus.
  6. I found TS2 to be bit limited when compared to other audio editors, it doesn’t have built-in tools for repairing audio like an interpolate / repair, or de-noising, but it does have some interesting functions, like the Spectral Clipping effect, and has multichannel audio support, and they seem to be adding new features, it’s worth a look and trying at $24. It depends what your needs are for an audio editor, something like Acon Digital Acoustica Premium 7.2 costs more, but you get way more features and functions included with it, plus a whole bunch of Acon Digital’s plugin included, so could be more useful in the long run, over TS2.
  7. I wonder if they have to be registered to your account and show on the hardware tab? I have iLoud Micro Monitor registered to my account and it's giving me a discount coupon at checkout.
  8. Couldn't agree more, an excellent audio editor and more, with Premium you get a whole lot for your money, with the additional plugins. I already had RX and bought Acoustica Premium after demoing it, as I found it better and faster than iZotope RX for somethings. Plus developer is helpful too.
  9. It was a library for Kontakt, but now a new plugin version, I bought the Kontakt version of Le Skank as it looked fun, plus I love reggae and dub, but haven't got around to using it properly, but I did enjoy messing about with it though. Plus I like Sound Fingers / Matt's vibe too.
  10. Many thanks... pseudopop ...I've been wanting to get Kilohearts Toolbox for ages... many thanks.
  11. ashley_k

    Eventide SplitEQ

    It looks to have been on Sound on Sound as a News, Eventide SplitEQ unveiled (Published 3/11/21) but seem to have been deleted, just google cached left now. Mentions special introductory price of $99 (normally $179), looks to be a great eq tool. Here's one of the Eventide youtube promos on it.
  12. I do have the MKI versions of Musiqual EQs, not downloaded the free update to MKII yet, I do have the others three super plugin as well, I’ve never really use any of this bundle, the Red, Blue, Green Musiqual names don’t mean much and don’t help you remember which one sounds like what, so I end up using something I know instead, although the new MKII version look much improved with new features like a harmonic distortion, compressor, so I'll probably give them a try. It would be much better if they just combined the there plugins into one plugin, that would make a really usable single plugin, rather than let me try the blue, now let me drag the red and try, etc. If you wanted some plugins to add some colour, analog flavour, etc., it’s good value, as long as you get some use out of them. One plus with MIA Laboratories is they haven't charged existing MKI plugin owners for the recent updates to MKII plugins, so props to them for that. I’ve found the MIA Laboratories Pi and Phi MkII EQ to be more useful (it’s also on sale, and on JRR Shop and AudioDeluxe), the Pi and Phi MkII EQ is unusual EQ / enhancer that works really well, but one plugin that you need to try, and decide for yourself. https://www.jrrshop.com/mia-laboratories-pi-and-phi-mkii
  13. A bit of long shot, but if you can find a cheap copy of the "XCHANGE Recording Collection" this includes the PSP 85, that's how I got my PSP 85, was a good few years ago though. The only things is from memory, you have to have the physical box as it has the serial/registration info in it, so it's a bit of a pain paying for shipping, but if you can find "XCHANGE Recording Collection" for a cheap enough price it could be worth it.
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