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Update 1.2.1: Rescue, now includes Rescue Anniversary Edtion

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bootsie
KVRian
 
651 posts since 19 Apr, 2007, from Frankfurt, Germany

Postby bootsie; Sat Oct 27, 2007 5:42 am Update 1.2.1: Rescue, now includes Rescue Anniversary Edtion

howdy folks,

EDIT/UPDATE 09/17/08:

in summer 2007 I've started my first developments for the "bootsy" VST Plug-Ins series and in autumn that year there was my very first Plug-In release called "Rescue" and therefore all the hassle you can read here in this thread (but which calm down to the end) ;)

To celebrate this, the update 1.2 is now available and contains the "black face" anniversary editon of this plugin.

Rescue in general features decent gain and transient mechanics applied straight forward to m/s encoding. Some decent non-linear signal couloration is given as well.

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Due to the 1.2 release this package now introduces the additional 'RescueAE'
Plug-In. That new Plug-In features a slightly different signal path, some internal rework, 4x Oversampling and a brand new output limiter circuit.

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Requirements:
PC only, VST compatible host und SSE compatible CPU.
Basic m/s understanding.

Update 1.2.1 is available:
>>> to download click here <<<

This update is "safe" - the regular Rescue Plug-In ain't touched at all and can be used in parallel to the RescueAE one.

Many, many thanks to all those who helped so much especially to Paddy for the slick graphic design. Still a classic!

Have fun with it!

peace,
bootsy
Last edited by bootsie on Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:46 pm, edited 9 times in total.
koolkeys
KVRAF
 
16079 posts since 2 Dec, 2003, from Nashville, TN

Postby koolkeys; Sat Oct 27, 2007 5:49 am

That looks very nice! I can't wait to give it a try.

Thanks!

Brent
fabi
KVRAF
 
1574 posts since 1 Jun, 2003

Postby fabi; Sat Oct 27, 2007 5:58 am

mid/side - i like it already. ;)
TotcProductions
KVRAF
 
6236 posts since 5 Mar, 2003, from Philadelphia, USA

Postby TotcProductions; Sat Oct 27, 2007 6:10 am

:love:
Pro-Sounds : Sound....Different

-=ToTc Owns You=-
K-Slash
KVRAF
 
1692 posts since 9 Jul, 2006, from Paris, France

Postby K-Slash; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:33 am

bootsie wrote:howdy folks,

just wanna announce the very first in a series of signal modelling VST fx of mine which will appear this friday. This small but smart gadget called 'Rescue' will appear as freeware.
Here we go for a sneak pre of the user interface:

Image

Many, many thanks to all those who helped so much especially to Paddy for the slick grafic design.

stay tuned!

peace,
bootsy


Looks good, nice GUI. But I have some questions :

1) So this one will be freeware, and the rest will be payware right ;) ?
2) Is it SynthEdit, SynthMaker or completely "hand-built" ?
3) What is "Rescue" aimed at. Why is it useful ^^ ?
4) What can we expect next in this series : equalizers, compressors, filters... ?
5) Last but not least, can you give us some informations about yourself, your background in audio and coding ;) ?

Cheers,
// J u L ! e N //
koolkeys
KVRAF
 
16079 posts since 2 Dec, 2003, from Nashville, TN

Postby koolkeys; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:37 am

K-Slash wrote:
bootsie wrote:howdy folks,

just wanna announce the very first in a series of signal modelling VST fx of mine which will appear this friday. This small but smart gadget called 'Rescue' will appear as freeware.
Here we go for a sneak pre of the user interface:

Image

Many, many thanks to all those who helped so much especially to Paddy for the slick grafic design.

stay tuned!

peace,
bootsy


Looks good, nice GUI. But I have some questions :

1) So this one will be freeware, and the rest will be payware right ;) ?
2) Is it SynthEdit, SynthMaker or completely "hand-built" ?
3) What is "Rescue" aimed at. Why is it useful ^^ ?
4) What can we expect next in this series : equalizers, compressors, filters... ?
5) Last but not least, can you give us some informations about yourself, your background in audio and coding ;) ?

Cheers,
// J u L ! e N //


6) Please give us your Social Security number as well.
7) Oh, and what is your birthdate?
8 ) Have you ever been in a relationship for more than three months? This will help us to know how committed you can be.
9) Is there anything we should know about your credit before we run the report? You don't want to make the men in black suspect anything.



Ok, that should cover it, eh?

Hehe, I kid, I kid. :hihi:


Or, just thank you and I can't wait to see it!

Brent
K-Slash
KVRAF
 
1692 posts since 9 Jul, 2006, from Paris, France

Postby K-Slash; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:46 am

Yeah, I know :D .

But I don't wanna be fooled by a "new plugins maker in the game" who made all the efforts on no more than a nice GUI for the moment. And having some more informations about the series can be useful to know, as same as for the backgroun, which seems interesting to know.

Like if he had experience with analog gear during his life as a geek programmer who whished to have the same feeling on his computer that he was not able to get with existing plugins blabla ^^.

You know what I mean, I'm sure :p.

By the way, I'm not saying that we'll be fooled. Don't misunderstood me :oops:.
Last edited by K-Slash on Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:49 am, edited 3 times in total.
tonAP
KVRian
 
585 posts since 10 Oct, 2006

Postby tonAP; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:47 am

koolkeys wrote:
K-Slash wrote:
bootsie wrote:howdy folks,

just wanna announce the very first in a series of signal modelling VST fx of mine which will appear this friday. This small but smart gadget called 'Rescue' will appear as freeware.
Here we go for a sneak pre of the user interface:

Image

Many, many thanks to all those who helped so much especially to Paddy for the slick grafic design.

stay tuned!

peace,
bootsy


Looks good, nice GUI. But I have some questions :

1) So this one will be freeware, and the rest will be payware right ;) ?
2) Is it SynthEdit, SynthMaker or completely "hand-built" ?
3) What is "Rescue" aimed at. Why is it useful ^^ ?
4) What can we expect next in this series : equalizers, compressors, filters... ?
5) Last but not least, can you give us some informations about yourself, your background in audio and coding ;) ?

Cheers,
// J u L ! e N //


6) Please give us your Social Security number as well.
7) Oh, and what is your birthdate?
8 ) Have you ever been in a relationship for more than three months? This will help us to know how committed you can be.
9) Is there anything we should know about your credit before we run the report? You don't want to make the men in black suspect anything.


:dog: This is KVR :hihi:
triple p
KVRian
 
1221 posts since 11 May, 2007

Postby triple p; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:51 am

that looks to be cool, but what is it for?
sinkmusic
KVRAF
 
5476 posts since 28 Apr, 2004, from france

Postby sinkmusic; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:51 am

gorgeous !
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fabi
KVRAF
 
1574 posts since 1 Jun, 2003

Postby fabi; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:56 am

triple p wrote:that looks to be cool, but what is it for?


well it has mid, side, punch and width controls - might be some kind of analogish-fattening-and-widening magic box. 8)
triple p
KVRian
 
1221 posts since 11 May, 2007

Postby triple p; Sat Oct 27, 2007 8:57 am

aha! I like Magic Boxes! I hadn't noticed the mid/side so now I am excited!!!!!
tonAP
KVRian
 
585 posts since 10 Oct, 2006

Postby tonAP; Sat Oct 27, 2007 9:11 am

now I am excited!!!!!

So... is it an exiter? :oops: :D
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stanlea
KVRAF
 
4590 posts since 11 Feb, 2005, from Bordeaux France

Postby stanlea; Sat Oct 27, 2007 11:53 am

Very cool GUI.
You can't always get what you waaaant...
Vonbrucken
KVRAF
 
3566 posts since 26 Feb, 2004, from Paris (france)

Postby Vonbrucken; Sat Oct 27, 2007 12:05 pm

koolkeys wrote:
K-Slash wrote:
bootsie wrote:howdy folks,

just wanna announce the very first in a series of signal modelling VST fx of mine which will appear this friday. This small but smart gadget called 'Rescue' will appear as freeware.
Here we go for a sneak pre of the user interface:

Image

Many, many thanks to all those who helped so much especially to Paddy for the slick grafic design.

stay tuned!

peace,
bootsy


Looks good, nice GUI. But I have some questions :

1) So this one will be freeware, and the rest will be payware right ;) ?
2) Is it SynthEdit, SynthMaker or completely "hand-built" ?
3) What is "Rescue" aimed at. Why is it useful ^^ ?
4) What can we expect next in this series : equalizers, compressors, filters... ?
5) Last but not least, can you give us some informations about yourself, your background in audio and coding ;) ?

Cheers,
// J u L ! e N //


6) Please give us your Social Security number as well.
7) Oh, and what is your birthdate?
8 ) Have you ever been in a relationship for more than three months? This will help us to know how committed you can be.
9) Is there anything we should know about your credit before we run the report? You don't want to make the men in black suspect anything.

10) are you communist ?
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Organising a protest march this Friday Schlesische Strasse 28 ,10997 Berlin, Germany
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