Crackbaby wrote:Having easy tools lets creativity and energy be spent elsewhere
I see there's a stereo input and then two mono, or have i misunderstood it?
no mono inputs here, using REAPER.
Crackbaby wrote:Aha ok, using Mulab here myself. Guess it doesn't matter much if i just use a mono input then.
A little FR would be to be able to monitor the scooped out signal ... just because it would be fun to hear
Crackbaby wrote:Why is it unwise? If i flip it around, what tools are wise to depend on?
grymmjack wrote:Crackbaby wrote:Why is it unwise? If i flip it around, what tools are wise to depend on?
Depending on a proprietary algorithm like this to "add space around something in a mix" instead of learning how to do it using EQ's, compressors, etc.
The dependency one would have on the black-magic of the DSP in the plug to do something I feel is fundamental to the creative process; mixing.
Surely one could argue the same about compression and riding volume faders with automation or by hand even (lol), but I guess that it's only this one developers plugin, even if it makes such a huge difference, terrifies me to consider depending on just this one black-magic "make it good" tool.
Instead of falling back and depending on magic plugins, to learn the process so that the dependency is not there for an activity so personal, so crucial, and so differentiating as mixing ones music.
wavesfactory wrote:Selfik wrote:Just demoed it...controls are very sluggish in Studio one 2 and that demo voice is very annoying...we know it's demo, no need to remind us every 20sec
If you can improve that and adjust intro price I would probably buy.
I know the voice saying "TrackSpacer Demo" is annoying... but there are so few controls (only 3 knobs and 1 button) that presets are not necessary. Also, no recall in the demo version is useless for the same reason. Adding this voice was the only thing that really worked for the demo version.
sonicpowa wrote:Yeah this should be fixed.Selfik wrote:How to exclude rtas during installation?
Deleting the path doesn't do, error message pops...
Tapehead wrote:Elevayta plug is much better, much cheaper and very, very simple.
wavesfactory wrote:I have something to say here.
It's really simple. Our libraries are cheap because they are easy economically easy to develop for us/me. What's the point with TrackSpacer? I'm not a programmer so I had to outsource the work (not cheap) and I didn't know that the plugin "Space Boy" was on the market. Overpriced? It's always hard to set a price for a product, you don't know really how many copies you'll sell. But money is not everything in this life, our first occupation is YOU, money comes after.
We've decided to lower its price.
Intro price: €39
Full price: €59
VAT included, of course.
For people who already bought it, we'll refund €20 right now.
vaisnava wrote:Would a full band Side Chain Compressor achieve the same results?