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Re: MC77 (1176) Saturation Programs

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Re: MC77 (1176) Saturation Programs

Post by enriquesilveti » Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:38 pm

Thanks Enrique. I did start out with 3 repeats on the program but it gave me a seriously warped freq response. could've just been a corrupted sampling session I suppose, so maybe I'll try again at some point. It's been my plan the whole time to make a program with less kernels (I wouldn't need to sample it again for that)
Thanks! Contact Velinas from Analog In The Box, he did a nightmare sampling sessions on Mammoth EQ library and survive! Now he have the "Volterra University Diploma"

If you plan to release commercial libraries you could associate with Acustica Audio and receive Nebula Platinum that make you able to manipulate almost every parameter of a sampling session.
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Re: MC77 (1176) Saturation Programs

Post by lordnielson » Thu Jul 08, 2010 8:55 pm

enriquesilveti wrote: Thanks! Contact Velinas from Analog In The Box, he did a nightmare sampling sessions on Mammoth EQ library and survive! Now he have the "Volterra University Diploma"

If you plan to release commercial libraries you could associate with Acustica Audio and receive Nebula Platinum that make you able to manipulate almost every parameter of a sampling session.
Cheers Enrique

I wouldn't mind Nebula Platinum and I do enjoy making programs, but I'm not sure about releasing commercial stuff.

The problem with Devs only releasing commercial libraries is that you have to guard your secrets when they make you money. You have to enforce protection to make sure everybody pays etc. Nebula and Nat doesn't move forward that way imo.

Maybe I'm naive and my views will change.

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Post by paulrussell » Thu Jul 08, 2010 9:23 pm

Well done on the dropbox move. I look forward to thrashing these programs later on tomorrow. :D

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Re: MC77 (1176) Saturation Programs

Post by trickster » Fri Jul 09, 2010 2:05 am

The problem with Devs only releasing commercial libraries is that you have to guard your secrets when they make you money. You have to enforce protection to make sure everybody pays etc. Nebula and Nat doesn't move forward that way imo.
Well said sir!!

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