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Old 10-09-2007, 01:47 PM
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Default Is there a Website that \'grades\' plugins NI, McDSP, MOTU,IK?

Is there a Website that 'grades' plugins NI, McDSP, MOTU,IK, AIR, Sony Oxford? I don't have time to go to each and every one of these websites and see if they have the instruments I want as demos to listen to...not to mention lisening to them!

There has to be somewhere a groups of professionals that decides this is better than that plug in at what its trying to do.

I'm mainly into mixing and orchestral/piano sounds. Expand has a 'great' Grand.

Thank you in advance!
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Old 10-09-2007, 05:29 PM
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Is there a Website that 'grades' plugins NI, McDSP, MOTU,IK, AIR, Sony Oxford? I don't have time to go to each and every one of these websites and see if they have the instruments I want as demos to listen to...not to mention lisening to them!

There has to be somewhere a groups of professionals that decides this is better than that plug in at what its trying to do.

I'm mainly into mixing and orchestral/piano sounds. Expand has a 'great' Grand.

Thank you in advance!
None that I know but you will read many opinions on the popular audio forums. At the end of the day, you still have to give these a good listen and see what works for you.

Another thing you could do is make individual posts regarding the plug-ins you are interested in and ask for personal experience from the people who use them. An example would be, "TL Space, Waves IR-1, Altiverb: Any feedback from the people who use these?"

Those type of posts will have many responses from actual users with alot of great info.

Hope that helps.

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Old 10-09-2007, 11:11 PM
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Is there a Website that 'grades' plugins NI, McDSP, MOTU,IK, AIR, Sony Oxford? I don't have time to go to each and every one of these websites and see if they have the instruments I want as demos to listen to...not to mention lisening to them!

There has to be somewhere a groups of professionals that decides this is better than that plug in at what its trying to do.

I'm mainly into mixing and orchestral/piano sounds. Expand has a 'great' Grand.

Thank you in advance!
None that I know but you will read many opinions on the popular audio forums. At the end of the day, you still have to give these a good listen and see what works for you.

Another thing you could do is make individual posts regarding the plug-ins you are interested in and ask for personal experience from the people who use them. An example would be, "TL Space, Waves IR-1, Altiverb: Any feedback from the people who use these?"

Those type of posts will have many responses from actual users with alot of great info.

Hope that helps.

Shane

Thanks man I will.

I also read your posts about digidesign dropin the ball on this 7.4 very informative
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