dellboy wrote:You choose to listen to music made by people using the best that money can buy but without any talent,and I prefer to listen to people who use only minimal gear but are truly gifted.
One sounds ultra pristine and glossy,but is ultimately dross,the other sounds basic and raw,but is real.
No. I choose to listen to music that sounds basic and raw, made by real people with real talent that have also invested in the tools of their trade to make their basic, raw and real music sound the best it can. Because it's worth it.
Bump1 wrote:What are the limitations of the MeldaFree bundle? I really liked the MEqualizer when I tried it years ago...I remember it being 100% free.
One limitation is not being able to use custom skins (quite important for me and I've indeed paid for the upgrade). This is the list of added features from the Melda site:
- You can change size and style of the plugins.
- You can access the sonogram feature in the analyzers and equalizers.
- You can manipulate (save, load, organise) your own presets.
- Most plugins can perform upsampling which minimizes aliasing, therefore it is useful to improve sound quality.
- The plugins will not display the big red reminder box with our clickable logo at the bottom of every GUI.
- You will make us happy and help us develop more free software