we will update the library hopefully soon (adding OSX x64 compatibility). As a gift for all owners of the EAR Complete bundle we will add a bonus.
What would you prefer:
1) A set of standard IRs that can be used in your favourite convolution reverb
2) An "LE" version of the library which is a bit more ressource friendly (less samples, shorter tails) and not every preset included....
Thanks in advance for sharing your opinions!
How about: 3) More of those cool "spaces" presets, maybe some outlandish virtual spaces like "in an arm-pit", "under a rock", "behind a planet", and so on..... I personally have not used a convolution reverb in a few years now, and as CPU friendly as "LE" presets are, I always feel like I am missing something..... I'm sure other people will have some more useful ideas, it is 6am here, I've been awake for over an hour, and after only 3 hours of sleep, I think my brain is in another place......
I don't think they're kidding, actually. Many people still use their favorite convo-reverb plugins. I don't, but I do know of a few engineer friends that will use one instead of Nebula for various reasons. Sometimes a certain tool is just right. I think AITB is trying to be friendly and be flexible. I'd rather see the time go into new presets, but that wasn't one of the choices.
hi, which part of the library do you recommend? I own vtnx bx20/emt140 and valhalla room and vintageverb, which one would be the best addition? (Genre: Pop/EDM) I think I need more reverb for synths, drums and vocals. Thanks for helping out!