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TubeOhm soon to release D-50 look-alike VST

Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 1:31 pm
by D-Collector
And it sounds great! But I don't expect it to have any Roland samples or in depth emulation of the D-50, so kind of pointless to use D-50 visuals. But nice anyway. I still hope for a real D-50 VSTi sometime.

http://www.tubeohm.com/TubeOhm/VINTAGE.html




Re: TubeOhm soon to release D-50 look-alike VST

Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:18 pm
by CS_TBL
Compared to that Cubase transport window, this plugin is rather huge.. maybe a bit too huge for comfort.

Re: TubeOhm soon to release D-50 look-alike VST

Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:59 pm
by D-Collector
You're right.

I hate VSTs that fill the screen. Prefer them in the Pro-53 or PolySix Legacy format.

Re: TubeOhm soon to release D-50 look-alike VST

Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:46 pm
by bluedad
Hey the demo's out now;
even with it's limitations, it sounds very good.
but wow, that gui is friggin' huge!

Re: TubeOhm soon to release D-50 look-alike VST

Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:03 pm
by CS_TBL
Hmm yeah well. On my 1680x1050 display it occupies some 75% screen space. It means that for people with big screens this is probably a clear looking plug in, but netbooks, and smaller notebooks (or heck, desktops with small monitors) will find this plug in little practical.

At first glance:
- I find the GUI a bit overwhelming, and some sections are overly complex (the effects routing, to name something).
- Samples are single ones, not multi samples, so don't expect any convincing pianos 'n such.
- I hate circular knob movement, especially when I've set up the DAW to have linear movement.

It's not yet a JV/JD. But, I guess there's some purpose in this one. I'm not sure though whether I'm going to like it.