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Old 05-12-2015, 06:23 AM
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I have only briefly tested it, but it looks to be very very good reverb. Different settings really sculpt the sound in a different ways, unlike some other reverbs where you can basically only adjust the reverb tail and ER doesn't seem to have much influence. This one does. Kudos!

(where's the AAX-DSP version...?)
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(where's the AAX-DSP version...?)
(Who cares?) It's getting old...
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Those of us who refuse to buy into SoundGrid system and have the opinion that Waves let us old TDM customers down by not supporting Avid DSP platform as they promised (to support every major plugin platform, which Avid DSP is).
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Those of us who refuse to buy into SoundGrid system and have the opinion that Waves let us old TDM customers down by not supporting Avid DSP platform as they promised (to support every major plugin platform, which Avid DSP is).
Well, that's about as new as the ten commandments.

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Well, that's about as new as the ten commandments.
Okay, but let's not go into "you shall not give false testimony" and Waves' promise about platform support, because this thread would derail even further. I'm going to shut up now
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Okay, but let's not go into "you shall not give false testimony" and Waves' promise about platform support, because this thread would derail even further. I'm going to shut up now
Fair enough. Good point, though.
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Great sounding reverb but not CPU friendly at all.
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Those of us who refuse to buy into SoundGrid system and have the opinion that Waves let us old TDM customers down by not supporting Avid DSP platform as they promised (to support every major plugin platform, which Avid DSP is).
You have to get over it. AAX-DSP is not a major format. As small a niche as there is. UAD is more major than AAX-DSP and Waves doesn't support UAD. Before AAX-DSP many of the newest Waves plugins weren't even TDM.
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I said I would shut up on this thread, and I will, but I just have to comment on this. So below the belt.

How do you determine major format -- number of users or number of dollars?

There are "niche" studios (as you said) that cost a million a piece and make a majority of movie soundtracks out there, for example. Isn't that "major format" even though not every Tom, Dick, and Harry have that kind of a system? Or, is it required to have X number of users to be a major format? If so, why did they drop MS DirectX format, because that is possibly available for billions of users...

Waves clearly has their own agenda. I'm furious, but it doesn't matter that much. I can vent too. I just hope not so many people will be burnt with another set of APA-like doorstops.

And please, let's just keep this thread for H-Reverb from now on, okay?
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The point that no one is paying attention to the working music proffesessional by not making true DSP solutions is staggering. We have been left in the dust because there are more people who don't care about zero latency and not having to jump through hoops just to track a band than there are people who do. Tracking drums without the option of putting them through some kind of proccesing in order to have an inspiring sound to perform to, among other points, is really not a great way to make professional records. That is why most major facilities are still using TDM systems. I understand that it's the marketplace but that isn't helping sales and it also dosen't make it any more palatable.
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