Hey fito_88. You are very kind and I appreciate your support. . I will keep at it although it does get tight at times and one does feel that a lot of work goes into making libraries for modest reward. Posts like this are quite invigorating so thanks for that.
Thank you so much for all of your hard work with this library. I own an M7 and it is definitely one of those pieces of gear that's worth doing right. It's the tiny subtleties that, in the end, make it stand above other reverbs. They all add up. Keep plugging away. Please let me know if you need any beta testing done. I am quite intimately familiar with the hardware. Best Regards Les
Henry already knows this, so it's just a peak for anyone else... and I do know it has nothing to do really with the hard work of Henry and Micheal... and I really wish them both very well on this project. ..anyway, here's my candidate for an M7 skin:
@ cehas: agree, I also think the wheel could be a little smaller - or more correct, the space on the left and the right is like the hardware, but it's more 'space' on the hardware unit on top and bottom. So the wheel on the picture looks a little too big.
@ hopi2013: If the space could be equal on all four sides, I think it would look even greater I actually watched a Bricasti hardware unit for the first time in a studio some weeks ago and took a picture, looking at it now - I think you have done a great job both with the colors and design!
Thought: If the LFO-technique brp suggested turns out to be the 'magic key' to sample Bricasti. Could we expect to have a Nebula take on EMT 250 etc too?
I'll take a look at the 'big' wheel size and see if it makes sense overall to make it smaller.. there are existing reasons for it's size that relate to the size of the invisible sliders that live where you see that wheel..
anyway... you can get it and give it spin [hahaha] from here: