It's finally ready. I don't think there will be a free demo or community version for this one. I'll try to get more audio demo clips up soon, but I felt that the vocal one I have is fine for now.
One thing- this is an introductory price. I explained this in the gearslutz forum thread for part A, so I'm not going to go into it here. Basically the price is where it is now, for 2 days.
Then I'm going to raise it a little. Not much, but a little. When I do that, part A goes up some also.
Anyway, here it is: http://www.cupwise.com/cup/rayphlex661x2-b/ And to the people I've seen asking about vocals being better with the soft knee (than with the hard knees from part A), I hope my demo clip goes a bit towards answering that.
i want to also mention here that i'm putting my first ever set, Tube FM1, on sale for a while. i've been up too late/long to bother with doing the math but i know the sale is a little over 33% off of the price. it's $6 off. so, if you ever had any small interest but wasn't sure, or if you haven't heard of it before or whatever, you might check it out. here.
Definity wrote:What is the difference between the A version and B version?
The A version are mostly hard knee programs; the B version is supposed to be mostly soft knee (I haven't even had a chance to install it yet, hence 'supposed to be'). For example I think there are soft knee programs with UFE (there are not any of those in the A library).