Airraid Audio still active?

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Loque
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Post 25 Mar 2020

Looks like the site is expired and nothing new since quite a long time. Does anybody have any infos?

https://www.airraidaudio.com/

https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/brow ... id%20Audio
:reason: 11, Win10 64Bit.

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MrFigg
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Post 25 Mar 2020

Loque wrote:
25 Mar 2020
Looks like the site is expired and nothing new since quite a long time. Does anybody have any infos?

https://www.airraidaudio.com/

https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/brow ... id%20Audio
I think I wrote to them ages ago and never got a reply. Remember 2 or 3 Black Fridays ago when that everything bundle was in the shop at €59. Total mistake. I’d already bought so much stuff I couldn’t bring myself to part with more cash hahaha.
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ravasb
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Post 26 Mar 2020

When I go through my RE folder it is sad to see how very few of them are still being developed or even supported. Some because the company disappeared and some because the company just makes VSTs. I appreciate the few who are left who are trying to do new things.

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Loque
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Post 26 Mar 2020

ravasb wrote:
26 Mar 2020
When I go through my RE folder it is sad to see how very few of them are still being developed or even supported. Some because the company disappeared and some because the company just makes VSTs. I appreciate the few who are left who are trying to do new things.
Yes, it is a bit sad, but nothing stays forever and the RE still work. Sadly they are not beeing improved over the years.

And btw, there are trillions of VST devs which are noe more active too, even comercial ones.
:reason: 11, Win10 64Bit.

ravasb
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Post 26 Mar 2020

Loque wrote:
26 Mar 2020
ravasb wrote:
26 Mar 2020
When I go through my RE folder it is sad to see how very few of them are still being developed or even supported. Some because the company disappeared and some because the company just makes VSTs. I appreciate the few who are left who are trying to do new things.
Yes, it is a bit sad, but nothing stays forever and the RE still work. Sadly they are not beeing improved over the years.

And btw, there are trillions of VST devs which are noe more active too, even comercial ones.
It is true about the VST devs, but there are so many making incredible new ones. The RE form is so limited in so many ways. I wish the Reason people (still want to call them Props) would increase the creative capacity of REs.

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Loque
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Post 26 Mar 2020

ravasb wrote:
26 Mar 2020
Loque wrote:
26 Mar 2020


Yes, it is a bit sad, but nothing stays forever and the RE still work. Sadly they are not beeing improved over the years.

And btw, there are trillions of VST devs which are noe more active too, even comercial ones.
It is true about the VST devs, but there are so many making incredible new ones. The RE form is so limited in so many ways. I wish the Reason people (still want to call them Props) would increase the creative capacity of REs.
Since i am pretty saturated with everything, i did not have seen anything really innovative since quite a while in the VST world. Always new Reverbs, Delays, Compressors and Chanelstrips. And everybody calls them analog, best, modelled after, blahblah....Today i read something about a "innovative" thing which can do granular fx with FM and the guys so "woooahhh, it is so keeewwwl!". And i just thought "wait, i have Fritz" and i felt mercy with the VST-only guys :(

Just tried Cherry Audio and thought, Reason can do it better. It just lacks the audio-rate modulation everywhere, but this is because, the devs had never thought about it in the past...
:reason: 11, Win10 64Bit.

ravasb
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Post 26 Mar 2020

At least we don't have to choose between systems. Cherry Audio plus some of the dev modules is really good. It works pretty well with Reason, too.

VCV Rack is genius and hopefully will be for VST this year.

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