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Solaris has an average user rating of 5.00 from 8 reviews

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Solaris

Reviewed By Sound_Bear [all]
June 24th, 2024
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

More shimmer controls than Big Sky; elegant, airy reverb sound that doesn't smother even crowded mixes; beautiful and effective GUI, freely scalable - simply one of the best reverb plugins ever.

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Dwavy
Dwavy
17 July 2023 at 11:56pm

I love the sound of Solaris, however, when I installed it, and then placed it in a track fx, it immediately crashed the host with an R6025 error. I am using Sonar X3, on a Win 10 64-bit machine. Intel i7 4 core, with 32 GB of RAM. The plugin slams Sonar to the ground immediately. Any suggestions?

Starship Krupa
Starship Krupa
27 July 2023 at 8:01pm

Get Cakewalk by BandLab. For now, at least, it's a free upgrade from your X3. Thousands of bug fixes, optimizations, and even some new features in the past 5 years. Plenty of the bug fixes had to do with plug-in handling.

If you're worried about whether it will work, it will install alongside SONAR X3. All you need to do in order to get a license is go to BandLab's website and register an account and download. You don't need to have anything to do with BandLab's online collaboration app in order to use Cakewalk.

Guarantee you'll like what they've been up to.

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Dwavy
Dwavy
5 August 2023 at 4:09am

Starship Krupa, that is what I was considering, and I will, at a later date. With the latest information of the product, I am hesitant to commit to CWbBL. We'll see when they roll outthe new paid versions. X3 works great on my machine. My workaround for the plugkn was not to place it like the instructions, but just to point the DAW where the plugins lie, in my case being a directory on my D drive. The host recognised the plugin after that, and I have enjoyed it ever since.

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