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3 hours ago, Sander Verstraten said:

How does it sound?

Strike that. How does it look?

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8 minutes ago, Fleer said:

Strike that. How does it look?

You mean: 'do we have to scroll  for minutes from the bottom to get to the controls at the top?'

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12 minutes ago, Sander Verstraten said:

You mean: 'do we have to scroll  for minutes from the bottom to get to the controls at the top?'

I bet, skillful players can scroll to the top in seconds!

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Add it to your cart then use the code at checkout?  I haven't done it yet, but I assume that's how it would work.

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10 minutes ago, mibby said:

Add it to your cart then use the code at checkout?  I haven't done it yet, but I assume that's how it would work.

This is exactly how I did it.

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1 minute ago, Sidney Earl Goodroe said:

Thanks, guys! I suppose you have to have an account?

Yep!

You don't own any Plugin Alliance stuff??

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7 minutes ago, mibby said:

You don't own any Plugin Alliance stuff??

Wow!! That's hard to believe!! I thought we all had some of that stuff!

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in what sphere of music production (excluding guitar processing ) this type of fx can be used?

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14 minutes ago, Grem said:

Wow!! That's hard to believe!! I thought we all had some of that stuff!

I'm not the poster, but I'm fairly new to them (which I'd argue was a mistake).  The retail rates they had made me think, I shouldn't even try this stuff becuase I'll never buy it.  I held off for years!

It wasn't until last year that I realized how deep the discounts really got...then went crazy.  Bought a whole mess of stuff it has helped getting away from some plugin makers that have less than idea authorization schemes and update models.   Granted PA isn't the best in the business on that front, but it seems pretty reasonable.

 

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I wasn't going to go for it, but waht the hell, it's just three clicks away

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shouldn't the stupid PA plugin manager have a modicum of intelligence and track what you've already installed so you don't have to? wouldn't that be the *minimum* a plugin manager oughtta do? do you guys like to complain as much as I do? feels great

EDIT: shouldn't this "manager" also authorize plugins since it's using your account to connect to and download from PA anyways? sheesh

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7 minutes ago, alex satt said:

in what sphere of music production (excluding guitar processing ) this type of fx can be used?

Any "bass" type of source would be ripe for processing with this.  It would be like running any source though a bass amp, simple as that.  

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14 minutes ago, Brian Walton said:

I realized how deep the discounts really got...then went crazy.

They have some really good stuff. Some of the best in the business in fact. I haven't regretted getting in on some of this stuff, even at the non sale prices I paid for some of it.

I haven't tried this plugin yet, but I do have the STV Classic by Brainworx that I have with my Universal Audio plugins and I can tell you, that one sounds great. I had always used mostly Overlouds Mark Bass in my projects. Now I reach for the UA SVT Classic. So I am hoping this one sounds close to the UA version.

 

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4 minutes ago, Grem said:

They have some really good stuff. Some of the best in the business in fact. I haven't regretted getting in on some of this stuff, even at the non sale prices I paid for some of it.

I haven't tried this plugin yet, but I do have the STV Classic by Brainworx that I have with my Universal Audio plugins and I can tell you, that one sounds great. I had always used mostly Overlouds Mark Bass in my projects. Now I reach for the UA SVT Classic. So I am hoping this one sounds close to the UA version.

 

The UA Ampeg stuff is the exact same as the PA, made by the same people.  Only difference on this one is it is a stripped down version.

I have the SVT3 Pro which I got for the versatility, but the V4-B is my favorite sounding one for recording, it just works in the mix without fuss unlike anything else I've tried.

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