ASAP. a)arkham city is distracting me a bit. b)needs a little more testing, and supplemental stuff needs finished
one thing i should probably say now is that the price will be, most likely, between 30-40$ US, maybe leaning towards higher end of that. i've thought it through a LOT and i'm feeling it's not just about it being justified/worth it, but also about it being necessary, if i want to continue being able to do these kinds of things.
then there's the fact that to offset that higher price, i'm bundling tube fm1-4 in a deal where you get a discount of, i'm thinking it will be 15$. previous customers would get that, so for the people/loyal customers who have bought tube fm1-3 already (they are out there!), it would be like they were getting tubefm4 for around 20$.
saying this now so nobody gets too anxious for the thing then feels disappointed when it's released, and maybe out of their budget or whatever.
Cupwise wrote:ASAP. a)arkham city is distracting me a bit.
"Timmmm .... finish your hommmewoooorrrrk!"
My cat helps me to overcome computer games addiction by pissing on my laptop . For the moment I have no games to distract me, but I have drum tracks for 5 songs, recorded with 3 SM57 on Tascam cassette porta studio & reamped through a FuzzFace pedal. They are still not ugly enough and wait for Your FM4 And don't worry so much about the price - You've been making that library for at least 3 months
marcpinol wrote:Have you finished Arkham City, Cupwise?
heh, no, i haven't. but there are actually a few other things/roadblocks i failed to mention. a)bonus programs for the tubefm1-4 bundle. anyone who buys the bundle, or just buys all sets separately (and still gets the discounted price), gets a small package of bonus programs. i wanted this to be ready when i put tube fm4 up since it's the last part of the bundle, but one of the bonus programs is giving me trouble. the kind of trouble that frustrates me and makes me play video games instead of staring at a computer screen for hours. anyway, i just decided to skip that one for now, fix it later, release it later/send it to bundle owners when it's done.
b)'+' programs for tubefm4, like i had with tube fm1 and 2. obviously it would be nice to have some of the nicer compression-giving programs from the set with flatter frequency responses. since all the radios filter the response to different degrees, i'd like to 'fix' that in a few cases. don't know how to do it yet, so again, i'll just do it later and release that as a free update to tubefm4 later...
so i think i'm just going to put that stuff out of my mind and try to get a fair amount of work done on what i can do, today...