daveiv wrote:What is wrong with G-Sonique plugins, though?
bigaquarium wrote:daveiv wrote:What is wrong with G-Sonique plugins, though?
As the actual effects go nothing, but their schtick is to introduce hiss into the signal path on purpose to imitate analog equipment, and only FAT lets you turn this ‘feature’ off AFAIK. Chain a couple G-Soniques together and you have a noisy mess. If they provided an on off switch I’d have no complaints about them!
I’m probably going to switch too...
to MX9 when it comes out!
TonyRapa wrote:This might be a silly question but does anyone have any idea when MC9 is likely to be released? I'm sure Acoistica are being very careful not to reveal anything (and for good reason - they still want people to buy MC8, like me ). But perhaps there are rumours circulating?
TonyRapa wrote:Wow... there's a lot of effort going into the next version then. Can't wait to spend more money....
mixyguy2 wrote:Drafter wrote:Now to be fair, Samplitude Pro X3 does have 4 band parametric EQ per channel where Mixcraft only has 3 bands at predetermined frequency centers. So you have more control in critically shaping your tone in Samplitude.
Gee I wonder if that could make a diffWhat utter nonsense (i.e. the "beginner" crack). It's a great DAW, period.Mixcraft is an awesome beginner DAWLike.....Maybe calling it "Pro Studio" is a bit ambitious, considering that's it's lacking even in basic things found in most other DAW's.You mean insanely overpriced and/or incredibly unfriendly software? Thank God for small favors.But again, I don't suspect Acoustica is really trying to tap the market space where Samplitude or Pro Tools lives.
This is much ado about nothing. Try taking the exact same recording and using the exact same settings using the exact same plugins and compare. I did. No difference. Believe what you want but IMO none of this holds up at all. Mixcraft is not only full-featured and far easier to use than Samplitude (and every other DAW I tried) but it's "audio engine" is for all intents and purposes the same. Nothing to see here. Carrying on.
Guaresneider wrote:Let's keep this thread going!
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