Innan ni får panik och skriker: SynthEdit! Nej tack! Vill jag rekommendera att ni provar dem. De låter naturligtvis inte exakt som några analoga original men trots det, en trevlig samling, med välgjorda presets som visar hur de låter och de låter förvånansvärt bra. Stabila och resurssnåla.
En hemlighetsfull polsk utvecklare har satt samman ett gäng emuleringar som från början var ämnade att säljas men efter vissa bekymmer med att finna rätt sätt hamnade som gratis nerladdning på ett polskt forum. Se inlägg #2|2 för en mer ingående förklaring kring varför pluggarna till slut blev gratis.
Sitter just nu och leker med Rhythmus, en autokomp trummis i klassisk gammal stil.
The guy says that he has been working on those vst’s for four years now. For some time he was selling this vst pack on polish auction website which was doing well. The problem was going legal with it. At some point he got fed up with biurocracy and distributors as he could not set up an aggreement that would allow him to focus more on developing his products than being in constant struggle to move forward with business (just to let you know he was doing all of that part-time as his main income is being a studio engineer). In the mean time his website on which you could have bought his vst’s got hacked so he was unable to do business as before (used to be elektrostudio.com). That is why he moved to free hosting and eventually you can get those brilliant plugins for free now…
There is an email on his website so at least all of us who like this product can thank him by sending good words.
Scylla was developed using SynthEdit software version 1.016
There is a known bug with this version of SynthEdit that affects some multicore processors, although it isn't widely documented. Some users with multicore processors and certain hosts have reported issues when trying to load multiple instances of the same SynthEdit plugin. This bug is not reproducable on all systems or hosts, and may not occur on your system. If you have a multicore processor you are strongly urged to fully test the demo version of Scylla on your system before purchasing.
This bug does NOT affect single core processors or single instances of a plugin
This bug only seems to apply in hosts with multi-core support
It is intended that SynthEdit 1.1 will fix this bug, but there is no planned release date. There is no guarantee that Scylla can be updated on release of SE 1.1, as the compatibility between the two versions is not certain.
If you do have issues with multiple instances, there is a potential workaround. By making several copies of Scylla.dll (eg Scylla_1.dll, Scylla_2.dll, etc) in your VST directory, your host will see each one as a different plugin and be able load one instance of each
SynthEdit version 1.1 fixar multi-core problemen, men är inte släppt än. Vilket tyvärr innebär att majoriteten av alla SE-plugins som finns ute får fortsätta dras med denna buggen.