Got it, thank you!richie43 wrote:I think what he is getting at is that maybe Henry can work on things that are not already available from other good devs. The G2500 library from Gemini is awesome, and includes "mojo" presets as well, they are referred to as "line amp" presets (same idea, different name). The vast Nebula collection available already has many duplicates, which is all good. But if it were up to me (which it isn't, of course), I'd rather see devs like Henry sample things that are not available at all yet. Plus, as more devs repeat each other's work, this drives up unnecessary competition AND keeps other gear off of sample roster (again, just my opinion). Have you tried the Gemini library. Not only does it have amazing "mojo" prestes, but it has extremely well done COMPRESSOR presets.kindafishy wrote:Indeed... should have been even more specific it seems.
A*I 2500 mojo.
I would also rather see sampling of things that are not available yet. I didn't realize that the G2500 had a similar concept.
Nebula compressor programs, however, absolutely do not interest me in the least right now, to the point where I can sincerely say that I don't care how good they sound, I won't use them.
When compressors start coming out in Aqcua format, however, that changes everything, and I will very, very likely be all in. My biggest wishes for Aqcua compressors are A*I 2500, Fairchild 670 and N**e 33609.
Those three compressors, all done to perfection using Nebula technology represent the holy grail as far as I'm concerned. I would hazard a guess that whoever gets those right, in Acqua form, will completely rock the plugin world.