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Re: Lime

Post by giancarlo » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:05 pm

There is a new release, there is a new skin and a fix on output knob (it was reverting to init); we updated also the user manual with a better explanation about the compressor.

Trial version had several fixes too.

About notifications: just follow our twitter page. We also notify using emails, with several hours or days of delay. If you are waiting for an official announcement... just wait for the official announcement.

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Re: Lime

Post by markgalup » Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:22 pm

Hey G, the last post on AA's twitter page is from September of 2016. Is there a new twitter? Can you put links to your socials in your signature please?

UPDATE: I just found that you updated your twitter account to a new name.
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Re: Lime

Post by giancarlo » Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:17 am

Yes it is
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Re: Lime

Post by mightymosaic » Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:03 am

giancarlo wrote:There is a new release, there is a new skin and a fix on output knob (it was reverting to init); we updated also the user manual with a better explanation about the compressor.

Trial version had several fixes too.

About notifications: just follow our twitter page. We also notify using emails, with several hours or days of delay. If you are waiting for an official announcement...just wait for the official announcement.
G why are you unable to answer our questions about the low frequency echo? If you don't want to fix it just say you don't want to fix it and we'll move on. But dont ignore us man it's really unsettling.

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Re: Lime

Post by offaxis » Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:27 pm

I'm a bit unclear - is there new versions of the "Crazy88" plugins or is the new update only for the Lime channel strip?

here is what is showing in the downloads folder:
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current Lime downloads folder (15.02.17)

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Re: Lime

Post by giancarlo » Wed Feb 15, 2017 11:40 pm

mightymosaic wrote:
giancarlo wrote:There is a new release, there is a new skin and a fix on output knob (it was reverting to init); we updated also the user manual with a better explanation about the compressor.

Trial version had several fixes too.

About notifications: just follow our twitter page. We also notify using emails, with several hours or days of delay. If you are waiting for an official announcement...just wait for the official announcement.
G why are you unable to answer our questions about the low frequency echo? If you don't want to fix it just say you don't want to fix it and we'll move on. But dont ignore us man it's really unsettling.
For what I know current version is the best compromise possible, but if you find it not good enough open a ticket with an example
Possibly we'll look for an automated way for improving things further in the future.

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Re: Lime

Post by BearOnGuitar » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:24 pm

mightymosaic wrote:
giancarlo wrote:There is a new release, there is a new skin and a fix on output knob (it was reverting to init); we updated also the user manual with a better explanation about the compressor.

Trial version had several fixes too.

About notifications: just follow our twitter page. We also notify using emails, with several hours or days of delay. If you are waiting for an official announcement...just wait for the official announcement.
G why are you unable to answer our questions about the low frequency echo? If you don't want to fix it just say you don't want to fix it and we'll move on. But dont ignore us man it's really unsettling.
Can you explain the low frequency echo bug? Just want to make sure there's nothing funny going on when I demo the full strip.

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Re: Lime

Post by robschroeder » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:33 pm


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Re: Lime

Post by RainbowSix » Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:12 am

mightymosaic wrote:
giancarlo wrote:There is a new release, there is a new skin and a fix on output knob (it was reverting to init); we updated also the user manual with a better explanation about the compressor.

Trial version had several fixes too.

About notifications: just follow our twitter page. We also notify using emails, with several hours or days of delay. If you are waiting for an official announcement...just wait for the official announcement.
G why are you unable to answer our questions about the low frequency echo? If you don't want to fix it just say you don't want to fix it and we'll move on. But dont ignore us man it's really unsettling.
I have to agree with you on this, what's up with this? The echo bug can be fixed as evidenced in Magenta and Navy. In both those products it's non-existent but in ones like Lime it is definitely there when I use heavy weight kick drums and anything with lots of bass energy. Please answer the question we've been asking for a couple of weeks now. :?:

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Re: Lime

Post by BearOnGuitar » Fri Feb 17, 2017 7:12 am

robschroeder wrote:You can find an extra topic here:
http://acustica-audio.com/phpBB3/viewto ... hilit=Echo
Thanks, this was quite an interesting read.

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