eh, the technology is available.... also templates... and I'm available for debugging too or supporting developers... The only issue, you can't add it using nebula editing. I'll try to achieve something different with highpass: something you could tune also in existing libraries.... exactly like I did for sidechaining...
I was all for it, and mentioned using blue cat's gain plugs for the same effect way back last December in my tubefm1 manual. So yeah, I think the idea is great. Only thing that's held me personally from using it, is that you can't have it and the old drive knob both together.
You could get some decent distortion from some of my effects with that drive knob, so taking it away would be like crippling the effects. The trim on the other hand is merely a 'fancy', 2nd input control.
I have considered offering 2 versions, one with trim and the other with drive. I think it would be possible to do that, and have them both using the same vector file. I might do this for some of my future stuff, if I remember.
yes I'm coding a solution for patching libraries easily in nat. This feature could be available also from the acqua library - nebulaman and similar - in order to make available hidden features to the community. You'll substitute section of crypted programs using plain files, so you could edit them the in differet ways easily