STL Tonehub

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  1. vertibration

    vertibration SS.org Regular

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    Its mighty expensive, basically $250 for the plugin and a pack of presets. That to me is a bit outrageous. The plugin should be $50, and $50 per preset pack is reasonable. Asking $200 for this, when Neural DSP exists is just stupid as a business decision, especially during these times.
     
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    Bentaycanada SS.org Regular

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    This has some people involved like Lasse Lammert and Mark Lewis that has me instantly interested, but the $200 entry fee doesn't quite work. What am I paying $200 for? It also says "free packs", well am I paying for them or not? For example, the Mark Lewis pack is $50, or "free" with $200 purchase...
     
  3. USMarine75

    USMarine75 The man who is tired of the anus is tired of life Contributor

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    I tried their ambient Kemper pack and... gross. Glad it was free lol.
     
  4. Lozek

    Lozek Desk Magnetic Contributor

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    STL have released the new Josh Middleton (Sylosis/Architects) pack for Tonehub today. Here's a quick demo I threw together.

     
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  5. Flappydoodle

    Flappydoodle SS.org Regular

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    The stock 60 profiles are just horrible. Found a couple nice clean tones. 2-3 lead tones. Not a single heavy rhythm tone to my taste.

    Josh Middleton pack has some nice sounds. But nothing I can’t get with the stock Nolly plugin. And for more versatility, $20 for the Ownhammer Mesa pack covers literally everything.
     
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  6. Lorcan Ward

    Lorcan Ward 7slinger

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    the core back needs to be remade with samples from all the packs. I wouldn’t bother with it. Anyone looking for hi-gain should just go straight to the lasse or Mark Lewis packs.

    nice work! Tight playing, good tones and Good riffs!
     
  7. Flappydoodle

    Flappydoodle SS.org Regular

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    Also, running the demo, this lags like shit when I have several instances open in Logic. Scrolling the list of profiles feels like it’s scrolling at 5fps. The knobs turn all laggy too. All the NeuralDSP stuff is totally smooth.

    And this is on a 2019 iMac Pro, 40GB of RAM.
     

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