The upside is many new developers are maturing their methods and the capture and tech are becoming increasingly amazing. In 2years time we'll have 10 new developers with new angles and the next wave I bet will be console hybrid "all in ones" with comp, eq, pre and path-in, bus, aux all ready in the pack. We've gotten close to exhausting vintage, although I can think of about 30 HW units I'd like to see actualized still, and compressors are slowly being revisited and recaptured with stunning results.
All that said, I bet I still reach for Doc Fear and Mammoth in 5 years.
mr H******* wrote:really? the day i get onto nebula one of the biggest developer stops?
how do i get "aitb" programs now???
wait and see when the smoke clears and A.T.B. will become public domain. we all have their presets so time to start tag saleing . That's what I'm waiting for. I have most of their stuff, but when they started the UAD copy protection I stopped buying. I just felt funny about leasing what I paid for out right. I know they did it for piracy reasons, but I just felt funny. And here, the day now comes, do all those customers lose their presets when it's time to upgrade their computers. I would love to have the mammoth 96k sample rate preset, but it's UAD protected, so I'll wait.
mr H******* wrote:how do i get hold of the doc fear and the mammoth that i hear so much about then??
+1 No one saw this coming. I'm building a small library, taking advantage of great discounts from developers (Henry Olonga for a start), before taking the final plunge into Nebula that i plan to buy before the end of the year. AITB was on my list of future purchases (i own W735EQ and i love it!)