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by cryophonik; Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:25 pm
by The Telenator; Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:41 pm
Never heard of them until I stumbled across your post here. Their plugin's GUIs look very interesting to me -- I like those; however the FX appear to be nothing I can't live without. Somewhat mundane. Just sayin'.
I'll venture a guess that they are a struggling little outfit/company that is making an effort for a comeback or maybe just trying to hold it all together right now. Says Argentina on the web page there.
Cheers and good luck with this.
by cryophonik; Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:51 pm
by cryophonik; Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:45 pm
Aloysius wrote:The Eiosis guy is the Steven Slate guy.
Wait, what?! I thought Fabrice Gabriel was the Eiosis guy and he went to work for Slate a few years ago. Are you saying that they are the same person, or did Steven Slate also work Eiosis? I'm confused.
by dalor; Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:06 pm
Very interesting! So what does this all mean for the future of Eiosis plugins? HmmAloysius wrote:cryophonik wrote:Wait, what?! I thought Fabrice Gabriel was the Eiosis guy and he went to work for Slate a few years ago. Are you saying that they are the same person
by HunterKiller; Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:46 pm
by Aloysius; Sat Dec 01, 2012 11:47 pm
HunterKiller wrote:How does their vocoder: http://www.kvraudio.com/product/els_vocoder_by_eiosis compare to other ones?
Personal taste. I'm sure there are old threads at KvR about it.
Right now however, that's a bit like asking which Kjaerhus Audio Plugin is the best. I don't see a download page or a user area at Eiosis at this time.
Best wait to see if Eiosis really does comes back to life first. As a long time user, I'm aware that nothing at all has been happening at Eiosis since Biblical times (metaphorically speaking).
A page that says 'coming soon' means feck all to me at the moment.
by @midnight; Sun Dec 02, 2012 6:51 pm
Kaboom75 wrote:Fabrice is like the Albert Einstein of vintage analog effects machine emulation. keep an eye on him.
He's a good programmer. Saying he is the "Albert Einstein of vintage blah blah blah" is a bit disrespectful to all the other people doing a lot of hard work in the field, like the Cytomic guy and the Valhalla guy and the U-he guy and the Tal guy and the UAD guys and the Waves guys and the Studio Devil guy and the Relab guy and the Sknote guy and the Softube guys and the Ik guys and the Xils guys and the Dcam guys and the well you get the picture...