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Old 11-10-2010, 07:16 AM
chicken chicken is offline
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Default HEAT and PT 9 non-HD

The only thing I miss on PT 9 and 003 is HEAT.
Could we say that if we use the Cranesong phoenix plug in (or a simular RTAS plug in - Which?) on every track that we get the same result?

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Old 11-10-2010, 07:43 AM
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Default Re: HEAT and PT 9 non-HD

Well, there's no way to use the Phoenix plugin as it's TDM only, not rtas.

The closest thing to heat right now would probably be the Slate Digital Virtual Console Collection. Not quite the same thing, but can give a similar effect, depending on what you do with it.

However, it's not actually released yet, but should be soon. They had a beta version you could buy or demo, but now they pulled it to make the final updates for the official release.
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