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TritoneAddiction
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Post 27 Nov 2018

Maybe more than you should?

Maybe nothing?


Me, I got:

Oberon (39 €)
Efektor WF3607 Wah Filter (15 €)
Efektor TR3604 Tremolo (15 €)
Omega Trimmer (Free)


I feel pretty alright about that :)


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Electric-Metal
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Location: Landstuhl, Germany

Post 27 Nov 2018

Besidesj the free stuff, zero.
:?: The question is - Who cares :?:

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eusti
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Joined: 15 Jan 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

joeyluck wrote:
27 Nov 2018
The Orchestra by Sonuscore/Best Service (40% off)
https://sonuscore.com/shop/the-orchestra/
I was wondering about that one a while ago... Please report back when you have spent some time with it!

D.

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Emian
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Post 27 Nov 2018

Kratos 2 & the freebies :)


"i might be established, but i'll never be establishement "
- Dave Clarke -www.soundcloud.com/emian

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Oquasec
Posts: 2007
Joined: 05 Mar 2017

Post 27 Nov 2018

Wasted no time. stocked up on plugin collection years ago.
Glad I did.
Producer/Sound Designer.
Anything works.

Undistraction
Posts: 171
Joined: 11 May 2018

Post 27 Nov 2018

Nada. If I can't make the music I want to make with all the REs I already have, a few more aren't going to help.

LarsK
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Joined: 20 Jun 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

With the limited amount of time I got for learning new plugins and making music, I shouldn't have bought anything... alas....:

RE:
Kratos 2 Maximizer

VST:
Softube Summit Audio Grand Channel
SoftTube Trident A

Samples:
Mars Audio Everything
Deadmau5 XFER (just a regular sale I think)

Earlier this month:
TAL U-NO-LX (VST)
sknote Disto-S (VST)

What I couldn't find anywhere online....:
MORE TIME! :D

:thumbup:

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Aosta
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Joined: 26 Jun 2017

Post 27 Nov 2018

Electric-Metal wrote:
27 Nov 2018
Besidesj the free stuff, zero.
Same
Tend the flame

TritoneAddiction
Posts: 1555
Joined: 29 Aug 2015
Location: Sweden

Post 27 Nov 2018

Undistraction wrote:
27 Nov 2018
Nada. If I can't make the music I want to make with all the REs I already have, a few more aren't going to help.
That's what I say to myself all the time, yet I keep buying new stuff :D

MrFigg
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Joined: 20 Apr 2018

Post 27 Nov 2018

Kuassa: Dist bundle, Wah and Compressor REs

Robotic Bean: The two clapper REs

The free REs

Mars samples: Everything bundle

Bitley: WBS 1 & 2

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Loque
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Joined: 28 Dec 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

The free RE, Animus and NE SB2. VSTs i got was Arturia update, Loom, 2 Glitchmachines and a sample pack (bought them right before BF at reduced prices) and a few free VSTs. That makes round about 90 for RE and 130 for VSTs and Samples. And in the sum, it was too much as usual :shock:

The freebies from the RE are nice (even i ownd a few of them already). The free VSTs are mostly uber sh1t, especially the Soundspot stuff - horrible sound quality, worst first impression of a company i didnt ownd anything since Sonivox. So i noted to myself, Soundspot and Sonivox quality is uber bad, even for free.

Arturia is a bit expensive, but man...that sound...really good. Glitchmachines are glitchy as usual - good stuff. Loom sounds very good for that few bucks.

Animus is nice, but CPU heavy (unplayable on 96khz on 5ghz machine). NE SB2 is weird and i like SB1 more.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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O1B
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Joined: 26 Jan 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

a MINT Frequency Shifter (FSH-1) and, a MINT Spacial Phaser (SPH-1)
IMG_0289.jpg

Awaiting delivery on a second FSH-1. ...one more phaser to try...!

"The FSH-1 does not offer instant gratification but, rather, it rewards patient experimentation."
"In short, the SPH-2 is perhaps the most productive sci–fi sound effects machine that I have encountered since 1970–something. "
https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/cw ... les-part-1

and... Talk about Envelope Following - and Tilt. :lol: ...huh, Normen. :P

Frap Tools FUMANA .. Cyber10. I missed Friday15. Doh! But, finally..! It's on the way!
Image

...just for Antics...
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LABONERECORDINGS
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Location: UK

Post 27 Nov 2018

Softube Summit Audio Grand Channel
SoftTube Trident A (couln't pass up on these two... what a bargain)

ALL THE SAMPLES FROM MARS

Rigid Audio instruments

Eventide BlackHole and Mangleverb (perfect for some serious delicious offworld guitar sounds)

Photosounder (for Aphex Twin screwy sounds, and on Windows! We knew this originally was Mac only way back IWRC)

Subvert and Convex by Glitchmachines (to go with a few other GM vsts, simple dirty chipped sounds galore)
Vimana samples by Glitchmachines (yet to explore but will enjoy Grain'ing / Serum'ing / Omnisphere'ing these)

MOK Waverazor (got it a bit cheaper by cheeky offers on ebay, bonus) - and found the installer bug on Windows (hence v2.0.6 fix :P )

Colour Palette 500 with CMOS, JFET and 15IPS colours (all to be soldered and racked)

Broken wallet :D
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boesOne
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Joined: 09 Nov 2018

Post 27 Nov 2018

Just the free RE's and Noise Engineerings Synth Bundle 1. I can use some weird snares and hats.

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Loque
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Post 27 Nov 2018

LABONERECORDINGS wrote:
27 Nov 2018
Photosounder (for Aphex Twin screwy sounds, and on Windows! We knew this originally was Mac only way back IWRC)
Man...i am still struggling with this one. I wish it would be a VST.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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LABONERECORDINGS
Posts: 225
Joined: 16 Jan 2015
Location: UK

Post 27 Nov 2018

Loque wrote:
27 Nov 2018
Man...i am still struggling with this one. I wish it would be a VST.
We find it quite a cool tool, to go with Iris perhaps once we get our image-to-sound.... we might look into converting photoswith solarize or psychedelic colour transform to give Photosounder a more 'temperature' based image... alien scapes in seconds

electricthing
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Post 27 Nov 2018

In hindsight.....nevermind :geek:
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aeox
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Post 27 Nov 2018

Zilch
whoahh

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guitfnky
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Joined: 19 Jan 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

nnnnnothing!

but only because I bought a bunch of Waves plugins and managed to snag a really good deal on Neutron standard earlier this month. 😁

EdGrip
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Post 27 Nov 2018

NOTHING!
Apart from Lectric Panda's Amp. :)

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avasopht
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Joined: 16 Jan 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

I only went for the no-brainer cheapo deals:

1. Loom (£3.23)
2. AIR Hybrid 3 + iZotope Neutron Elements (£1)

There were lots of "interesting" offers. Maybe next time round I'll get one of those Waves bundles.
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esselfortium
Posts: 1045
Joined: 15 Jan 2015

Post 27 Nov 2018

Kuassa Efektor Wah and Cerberus, the Synapse RE bundle, and the Embertone erhu, clarinet, and lite-version piano for Kontakt.

But the biggest upgrade this weekend was finally getting around to moving my OS install to a larger SSD I'd bought a month or so ago, and getting all my instrument libraries moved over to it for faster loading. :puf_smile:
Sarah Mancuso
New album「Transmission Control: Music from Subserial Network」is out now!

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Adabler
Posts: 224
Joined: 05 Oct 2017
Location: Oslo

Post 27 Nov 2018

I bought:
Digital Genome refill
A-List Acoustic Guitarist
Horizons
NE synth bundle1

Which in turn frees up a lot of space in my subscription. December will be very RE-y!
:reason: 10 on Win10

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hurricane
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Joined: 14 Oct 2017

Post 27 Nov 2018

Softube Summit Audio Grand Channel of course (which is still "processing" wtf)
Hornet Spikes for less than $4.

And this beautiful beast:
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