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davidgary73 14th January 2017 02:52 PM

Can we kindly get back to the topic please......

So Relab, when can we have a dongle free option to use this plugins?

Warp69 14th January 2017 04:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by davidgary73 (Post 12375884)
Can we kindly get back to the topic please......

So Relab, when can we have a dongle free option to use this plugins?

As mentioned earlier - we're looking into the possibility. Meaning we're testing various changes.

If you're looking in iLok License Manager right now, you'll observe that VSR S24 does support machine authorization (no iLok USB is necessary) and 2 activations per license, but we're still in the testing phase of things.

davidgary73 14th January 2017 04:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warp69 (Post 12375995)
As mentioned earlier - we're looking into the possibility. Meaning we're testing various changes.

If you're looking in iLok License Manager right now, you'll observe that VSR S24 does support machine authorization (no iLok USB is necessary) and 2 activations per license, but we're still in the testing phase of things.

Fantastic and thank you for the prompt reply.

Cheers

elambo 14th January 2017 07:34 PM

Can this only be purchased directly via Relab? I like the verb quite a lot but the price is just North of what I was hoping to spend for it. With a little taken off the top I'd be in.

oøt 14th January 2017 07:50 PM

Hi,
A side question, is it also two activations pr license for the Lx480?

jfjer 14th January 2017 07:51 PM

when we want a HW inspired verb we always wonder how it compares with the HW, it would be strange if we didn't raise that question :)

i did read that Jantex compared this verb to the actual HW
as one of his colleges owns one ,and its spot on

can we ask for more if we want the TC 6000 sound ?

i found my love for TC 6000 in nebula which sounds fantastic by the way,
but you have no control in nebula with verbs , only very well chosen presets
and it will eat you're CPU for breakfast especially for the long verbs lol

for the record im not trying to make this a nebula thread
so forgive me good folks :cowbell:
but its my only reference and nebula is known for being very close to HW


all i can say i recognized the sound eliminately being used to the nebula TC 6000 ones

VSR S24 is so lush and nice on vocals its hard to find words
and to have all these controls at my fingertips just seal the deal for me

only demoing it will let you know how great this verb actually is on your own material/client mixes


i sincerely hope you can make this work with a ilok account as an option Relab freshflowe

i truly believe that would make you're sales go trough the roof with this one
i have a ilok personally but you really deserve a lot of sales for this work :)

this is not the verb of only 2016, not for the TC 6000 sound
i consider this as a lifelong tool emulating what it does extremely well

you really did a fantastic job on this verb
its absolutely amazing what you have accomplished here Relab kfhkh

HighEnd 14th January 2017 08:03 PM

Yes, for me also only one thing, that dont like with Relab is their price policy. No any discounts, no sales. Even with all options that plugin is really great, nowadays it is still too high. In sales period you can get Lexicon PcM bundle for the same 239USd, plus Slate subscription model also in 2017 made plugins cheaper.
Possibly it is due fact that developers are from Denmark, one of most expensive country in Europe:)
My demo period for S24 is expired and only price is factor who stop me go to buy...

zvenx 14th January 2017 08:36 PM

So it is already two activations or is that being tested?

folkfreak 14th January 2017 08:48 PM

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Originally Posted by HighEnd (Post 12376453)
Yes, for me also only one thing, that dont like with Relab is their price policy. No any discounts, no sales. Even with all options that plugin is really great, nowadays it is still too high. In sales period you can get Lexicon PcM bundle for the same 239USd, plus Slate subscription model also in 2017 made plugins cheaper.
Possibly it is due fact that developers are from Denmark, one of most expensive country in Europe:)
My demo period for S24 is expired and only price is factor who stop me go to buy...

If you own the LX already, you get the VSR cheaper.
That they don't do sales is also not true.

jfjer 14th January 2017 09:02 PM

considering what the HW cost i think the asking price very fair for the VSR S24 IMHO
and those who already owns the Relab LX 480 complete do get a better price on the upgrade to bundle for 170$

im not seeing any bad pricing policy here

the old price on Relab LX 480 was way out of my price range
but now you can have both these verbs for the same price LX 480 used to cost

you can even buy just the LX 480 halls to begin with and upgrade to LX 480 complete later so you dont have to spend so much money at once

i definitively like that one as i don't own the LX 480 yet
and 300$ is just too much spending at once for my wallet
especially when i dont have to


so im seeing a positive pattern here

still i have to go with VSR S24 first over the LX even if i miss out on the bundle deal


Peace peachh

elambo 14th January 2017 09:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jfjer (Post 12376544)
considering what the HW cost i think the asking price very fair for the VSR S24 IMHO

It's fair, but keep in mind that this isn't competing with the hardware, it's competing with other software reverbs. Some are in this range, and in fact some are more expensive, but I have SO many reverbs that I could do ok without this. I'd like it, but it's on the threshold of being too much $$ to pull the trigger.

jfjer 14th January 2017 09:26 PM

it all depends on our taste of course , but this verb really made me go wow instantly
it has a sound i recognize and love from nebula
but with all the controls i dreamed of having, and now i can have it :)
i have lots of other verbs too including most uad verbs

but for my taste this one is truly special amongst algo verbs :cowbell:

World Studios 15th January 2017 12:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by elambo (Post 12376399)
Can this only be purchased directly via Relab? I like the verb quite a lot but the price is just North of what I was hoping to spend for it. With a little taken off the top I'd be in.

Yes you can. Google is your friend! There is a whopping 10 dollar discount at plugindiscounts for starters. Please share if you find something better and worth it. :)

HighEnd 15th January 2017 12:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by folkfreak (Post 12376525)
If you own the LX already, you get the VSR cheaper.
That they don't do sales is also not true.

Sorry, but 10 usd off I can't name as "sale".
We know Tony site plugindiscounts.com ,there always are biggest discounts and sales,but even there VSR24 under sales section are for $219 with regular price $ 229, and this is policy who is regulated by Relab, not Tony.

HighEnd 15th January 2017 12:36 AM

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Originally Posted by World Studios (Post 12376901)
Yes you can. Google is your friend! There is a whopping 10 dollar discount at plugindiscounts for starters. Please share if you find something better and worth it. :)

No, you can't buy somewhere else. On relab site in FAQ section has info that plugins are available only from two places: Relab site and plugindiscounts.com

Tompaz 15th January 2017 12:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HighEnd (Post 12376453)
Yes, for me also only one thing, that dont like with Relab is their price policy. No any discounts, no sales. Even with all options that plugin is really great, nowadays it is still too high. In sales period you can get Lexicon PcM bundle for the same 239USd, plus Slate subscription model also in 2017 made plugins cheaper.
Possibly it is due fact that developers are from Denmark, one of most expensive country in Europe:)
My demo period for S24 is expired and only price is factor who stop me go to buy...

We didn't see sadly any intro prices from Slate either last time and I doubt there will be any in the future as he pushes only his subscription model.

Whereas there has definitely been a Relab sale in december for the LX480 on which I jumped and then upgraded to the bundle. (VSR24 was not released at that time.) So there is still hope for you..

davidgary73 15th January 2017 01:35 AM

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Originally Posted by zvenx (Post 12376510)
So it is already two activations or is that being tested?

I tried the demo and was given 2 license.

Am able to activate via machine but once launch Logic, it ask to activate via ilok2. I reckon i'll wait till this test is done and hope i can test this out bf the demo runs out :)

Home Studio 87 15th January 2017 02:04 AM

Quote:

tried the demo and was given 2 license.

Am able to activate via machine but once launch Logic, it ask to activate via ilok2. I reckon i'll wait till this test is done and hope i can test this out bf the demo runs out
Same I just see two license for my LX480 but the second one doesn't work (ilok ask for license and Cubase blacklisted). perhaps it's gonna work tomorow.... we'll see...

robert82 15th January 2017 02:42 AM

Everybody back up and look at what you are saying: Here we have a pretty much dead-on porting of a hardware unit that cost upwards of $10k, and it's under $300. For those who still think there is "simply no comparison to the hardware", fine you can have that opinion. But your opinion doesn't change the reality that Relab's software is - practically speaking - the same as the 480L and the TC6000. Go ahead. Buy 'em both. It would have run $20,000 in 1980s dollars. Man, what a bunch of whiny pennypinchers we've become!

folkfreak 15th January 2017 08:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HighEnd (Post 12376936)
Sorry, but 10 usd off I can't name as "sale".
We know Tony site plugindiscounts.com ,there always are biggest discounts and sales,but even there VSR24 under sales section are for $219 with regular price $ 229, and this is policy who is regulated by Relab, not Tony.


They did have sales in the past but you said they do no sales. This is NOT true as i said before.

Stuart T 15th January 2017 10:10 AM

I will buy this soon. I have some good reverb plugins. This one is my favourite. I feel it's worth the price as it is a better reverb for me than some others which only cost a little less.

FubarSnafu 15th January 2017 11:13 AM

Also with regards to price, remember Steve Dudas's approach to Xfer Nerve. He kept it relatively high priced, so it would make money, but not get too popular and have lots of customers that required technical support.

trevon 15th January 2017 03:07 PM

I have a 6000. Haven't compared yet. Still debating on this vs the TC native. My only question is the TC native is a exact port and the rehab is a emulation. Shouldn't the TC be more accurate to the reverb?

MixMonkey 15th January 2017 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warp69 (Post 12375995)
As mentioned earlier - we're looking into the possibility. Meaning we're testing various changes.

If you're looking in iLok License Manager right now, you'll observe that VSR S24 does support machine authorization (no iLok USB is necessary) and 2 activations per license, but we're still in the testing phase of things.

Please can we have this for the LX480 as well. Pleasepleasepleasekfhkh

MixMonkey 15th January 2017 04:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MixMonkey (Post 12377944)
Please can we have this for the LX480 as well. Pleasepleasepleasekfhkh

My mistake, looks like it already does! When did that happen?:):):)

MixMonkey 15th January 2017 04:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jfjer (Post 12376544)
i definitively like that one as i don't own the LX 480 yet
and 300$ is just too much spending at once for my wallet
especially when i dont have to

You'll just have to lay off the Acquas for a while:):):):)

jfjer 15th January 2017 05:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MixMonkey (Post 12377980)
You'll just have to lay off the Acquas for a while:):):):)

agree to that LOL


its very cool though that i can buy the relab LX 480 halls first
and upgrade to LX 480 complete later
when chopped up in two payments 300$ isn't a issue for me :)

i really like this new approach from Relab

Tompaz 15th January 2017 11:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trevon (Post 12377844)
I have a 6000. Haven't compared yet. Still debating on this vs the TC native. My only question is the TC native is a exact port and the rehab is a emulation. Shouldn't the TC be more accurate to the reverb?

I think this is already very much explained in detail two pages ago even underlined by a statement from Casey from Bricasti.
If you only want the VSS3 algorithm which is only one algo of the TC6000 go for TC but I would recommend you to test and compare both and then decide for yourself.

budweiser 16th January 2017 12:56 AM

Is a resizable gui eventually in the works ?
Thanks.

Home Studio 87 16th January 2017 01:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by budweiser (Post 12378927)
Is a resizable gui eventually in the works ?
Thanks.

+10 for LX480 too;)