- 458 posts since 4 Jun, 2001
Touch The Universe wrote:I used vb-1 and quadrafuzz the other day in a track. Got amazing results. Not sure why I stopped using them.
forgot about quadrafuzz, i use it regularly, it's one of the main reasons i keep the 32bit cubase 8.5 installed
i'm not a fan of quadrafuzz 2
- 797 posts since 26 Sep, 2002, from Montreal, CANADA
Halonmusic wrote:Vortifex wrote:asb2m10 wrote:SQ8L; to me this is an absolute gem. So sad that the code went to be abyss afterwards: either sell it or open-source it.
My wet dream would be uh-e or TAL working on the original code base for an 2018 implementation. It sounds like nothing else in the plugin market.
Yeah, same here. I wish someone would take it on and sort the GUI out so I could understand how to program the damn thing.
Same. It's a pita to program that one.
The only thing that needs updated is the filter which is already pretty good but could be improved.
Rest of the plug is 1:1 with real HW and should remain imo. 64 bits would be great. I still can't figure out why anyone wouldn't release this open source or delegate dev.. odd stuff indeed.
- 236 posts since 15 Feb, 2017
Most of my VSTi's are old... we grow old UN_Gracefully together...
Synapapse Audio Jungalist and Plucked string (circa 2002)
Spicy Guitar... Revitar.
LinPlug's free Alpha and Oatmeal and OFC Crystal (but he keeps it fairly updated )
CakeW_Project 5's Pysyn and the Original Dimension both DXis and the original Rapture as well as Z3ta_1.5
FireBird... and if I am lucky a FatBird, sometimes>>>
ok.. ok enough of this... I did get some new stuff though...
Synthmaster (5 years ago but updated..) Thorn, Fathom and Iris2 cos they virtually gave it away in the new year
and SQ8L but that is 2006/8 so still quiet young in my collection.. I'll age it well though.
So I am all modern now...
- 16 posts since 1 Jan, 2018
yul wrote:I still can't figure out why anyone wouldn't release this open source or delegate dev.. odd stuff indeed.
On the KVR product page for SQ8L, there is speculation that the developer, Siegfried Kullmann, died in 2014, though the obit that they link to is pretty generic, so it's unclear whether it's really the same person.