Thanks for the tips regarding Late Replies used within Axiom, I installed the L-R
demo separately so I can study it in more detail...I'll check the videos shortly.
If you are so inclined, install the demo of the 'Wiggle' synth,
and spend a few minutes using their preset manager, I think
you'll see a path through the forest, worth replicating.https://2ndsenseaudio.com/wiggle/
Hope the musicians here will demo Destructor, Late Replies, and then
Axiom, which integrates Destructor and Late replies.
For guitars, synths, percussion, vocals, you-name-it,
Axioms ability to host 3rd-party vst plugins, along with its vast
internal capabilities, makes it a cog in one's wheel of destiny.
(Did I really just say that?
anyway, Axiom, and it's internal team are the best effects system
I've used, and that's said knowing the competition is strong.
A little more fading on the demo audio-dropouts would be nice.
I'm a little jumpy already, when playin a guitar. (yes,
the demos are handy, even after purchasing the license.)