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Discussion in 'Backline' started by jangoux, Oct 17, 2013.
FUCK Slate is taking my money AGAIN
EDIT: Slate is taking my money again, next year, when he launches this
I love and hate this company in the best ways possible.
Oh shit, Slate is fucking killing it! I can't wait for this!
Next year eh?
I knew there was no way around this Those guys are on one hell of a run. Looking forward to this one!
Not that psyched after VBC, which I did not enjoy. But what they did with Trigger 2 (and actually offering it free for all Trigger 1 users) deserves a lot of respect.
I'll immediately buy it if it is good though. But being honest, I found myself using "pseudo analog" tools less and less often these days.
This looks extremely useful. Which compressors are those supposed to model exactly?
Having an eq, compressor, and vcc in one plugin like that should be VERY useful...
I think some SSL-ish and the Slate Dragon (they say it somewhere on the link above)
sure this will be the absolute tits. buzzing if its released any time soon...
GUI looks stunning.
Yea and the Dragon is like a modded 1176 - I mean with Slate's own changes and sonic color.
This looks great!
If they make more modules available, I hope they put out a dbx 160. That would be amazing.
Looks great, hope its CPU efficient. If everything runs like vbc/vcc/vtm then my machine is dead after 10 tracks.
It's always FG-X that kills my CPU. VCC/VTM/VBC worked fine.
I'm going to purchase (only demoed) VBC at some point as I really like what it did to my mixes. I'm not overly fussed by the mix rack thing though.
Steve said on his YouTube video it was going to have zero latency issues... Maybe a UAD style DSP card? I would like to see some API eq and a mastering EQ.
I can get onboard with this purely from a workflow standpoint. The ability to have several modules right in front of you and not have to switch among several inserts is HUGE for ergonomics/ease-of-use. Excited to see how it stacks up against UAD's stuff.
Steven, take my money!