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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by adamaarts, Apr 11, 2018.
It has happened.
there you go.... I didnt see that coming
how to download the 0,00$ demo without entering billing address & payment method?
That’s a bit disappointing that they still request that info, but some web stores just aren’t setup for giving things away.
I’m wondering what the demo parameters are: will it randomly drop sound in short little blips like many plugin demos? Will it simply go silent when you try to record? Or is it a time-limited demo? I’ll download it later regardless, as I’d like to give it a try just for home practice noodling in Logic.
Hi! That is exactly the reason, our current webshop does not allow any fulfillment (in this case issuing and sending trial license) without an actual order.
Having an item that costs €0 was the only workaround we found for it.
Could you touch on the second part of my post: is it a time-restricted demo license, or one of those perpetual demos that just has little purposeful flaws in order to keep people from using it for commercial purposes?
Website doesn't seem all the way working, video is still unavailable...
Hey! The plugin is fully functional for 14 days (no glitches or annoying noises). You can fully try it for two weeks, and if you find it useful, buy it.
My bad, it should be fixed now!
The Neural team has been busting their rear ends to make this and the upcoming digital tools work!
Looking forward hearing what you guys think.
Just got my trial version.
Looks like the shop was updated to not require payment for the trial.
Yeah. That store was a real dog to set up.
As of 6 hours the 14 day trials should be easily accessible!
Neural has been on stealth mode for almost a year now, and this is just a small taste of what’s coming.
Today was super intense, however, me and the Neural DSP plugin development team have been working non-stop for the past 56 hours.
It’s nice to finally have this out!
I hope you guys enjoy this.
There’s a lot more cool stuff coming now that we have a good grip on the digital domain.
Thanks for all the support.
Nice one Doug, I'll give the trial a go! May I request adding a 9V/18V voltage selector?
Thanks! That’s actually an interesting idea.
We’ll run some tests and see how it works!
So as far as I can tell they are identical. I’ve played through the B7KU VST a lot today, and I can’t tell the difference.
Just knowing I can record a bass line and edit the pedal/VST after the fact is awesome.
Funny, I didn't see anywhere what flavor of plugins these are (AAX, VST).
Awesome! I can't go back to 9V now I've tried 18!
I demo'd it last night. WOW! I can't tell the difference between the plugin and my B7k. I may buy it in the future, but for now i'm really happy with my B7k. Really awesome that now you can add the Darkglass sound to a DI track.
They hiring? I'd love to develop audio software.
How does it sounds with 18v? Tried 12v once with B7KU, but haven't heard that much of a difference personally.
Just miles better. Lower gain, smoother breakup. You have to be careful though, not all pedals can handle 18V particularly older models and the latest Ultras. Check the FAQ on the Darkglass site.
Since it has been figured out to create the DG sound with ones and zeros, I'm looking for the digital DG pedal with five switches, every pedal existing available, programmable fx loops...