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Saw it listed in S-Gear forum.  I haven't had a chance to try it yet but their Cranked AC plugin was pretty good (although 32 bit only).

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1 hour ago, RSMcGuitar said:

Very cool!

Did he announce this?

I received e-mail from Wampler, today, announcing the plugins.  I haven't downloaded any of them yet.  Hoping to hear what others think about them first 🙂

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42 minutes ago, RSMcGuitar said:

I can't get them to show up in Studio One

Show up fine here.

You did put the in your vst3 folder (usually Common Files/VST3)

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1 hour ago, Tom B said:

I received e-mail from Wampler, today, announcing the plugins.  I haven't downloaded any of them yet.  Hoping to hear what others think about them first 🙂

Well, they are better than a poke in the eye with a blunt stick.

If you already have these bases covered you likely wont change, but there is nothing really wrong with them, a bit primitive. No real harm trying them out, they won't mess up you system or anything, just a single file to manually place in your vst3 folder.

The envelope filter is fun, I'll play around with them a little more, but that will probably be it for me. YMMV

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Very interesting. Love their guitar pedals like Tumnus and Ego compressor.

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The form says 'free to download' and the download page says 'Test out 3 plugins...', not clear if the plugins will be free forever...

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9 hours ago, ensconced said:

No real harm trying them out, they won't mess up you system or anything, just a single file to manually place in your vst3 folder.

Hmm.

Copied all three Wamplers vst3 files to C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\ where I have other plugins.  CbB doesn't recognize them.

I have also tried to rename vst3 to dll and push them to C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST2 but with the same (negative) result after scan.

Anyone here who has similar issue?

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10 hours ago, ensconced said:

Show up fine here.

You did put the in your vst3 folder (usually Common Files/VST3)

Nope! Missed that. I just put them in a random plugin folder I use. I didn't realize vst3 needed a special folder.

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The man went all the way from selling BSIAB clones to the software plugins. How cool is that! Kudos to Brian!

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Am unable to get past the Form. I've tried several times. Anyone else have this issue?

Edit: I've tried the link in Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Nothing happens when I click on download after filling up the form.

 

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On 5/30/2020 at 3:21 AM, Kal S said:

Am unable to get past the Form. I've tried several times. Anyone else have this issue?

Edit: I've tried the link in Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Nothing happens when I click on download after filling up the form.

 

Bypass the form.

https://www.wamplerpedals.com/plugin-downloads/

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On 5/29/2020 at 2:27 AM, filo said:

I have also tried to rename vst3 to dll

I can't see that ever resulting in anything good 🙂

I don't use CbB, but all I did was place the files in C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3 and all was good.

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