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Old 14th January 2017
  #6
Lives for gear
 

Personally, I don't care about getting innovative plugins but I seek improved sound quality especially with reverbs in my case. The only issue is that better sound quality often means more computation and CPU strain.

Companies focusing only on getting innovative plugins like Audio Damage are not doing well (They have not released anything forever) companies focusing on pro sounding utilities like Fabfilter seem to thrive.
I agree they seem to have reach a plateau though. Can you really substancially improve the quality of the current plugins?