You can download the betas of the new versions. I'm gonna be checking them out when I get home from work.Precedence 1.5 and Breeze 2.5 are coming in August (free of charge)!... I own both plugins, but I still have to dive into Precedence... The two are supposed to interact in a major way.
Thanks! Quick GUI notes:gorgeous UIs.
Thanks for your kind words. That's exactly what we aimed for! If something takes a little extra time, you can be sure there is a very good reason for it. The Precedence Link topic was solved and working earlier in the year, but the Multi-Instnace editing and Global Broadcast features are the master-strokes that make the whole system really valuable and really enhance the workflow.
Thanks! We always try our best to over-deliver.Can't believe this is a free update
The goals of Precedence and the "Linked Precedence + Precedence Aware Reverb Engine" are in the same universe of things like MIR, SPAT, and others yes. I have never used MIR though, and I have looked at the SPAT demo for only 30min or so once while trying to verify user's claims about its mono-compatablity. So I can't really comment too deeply about these products. (and it wouldn't be polite to do so anyway, since I didn't make them. )I am sure they are very nice products also as these companies have very talented people!Very appealing concept. No idea about the tech backgrounds, but it seems similar to MIR Pro. To make use of Precedence, I need to purchase a Breeze license?
Workflows 1 and & 3 do not necessarily require Breeze 2. You could use them with any verbs on sends in the more traditional manner.There are four distinct workflows possible with Precedence:
- Single Independent Instances, no Link
- Single Independent Instances, using Precedence Link
- Multi-Instance Editing, no Link
- Multi-Instance Editing, using Precedence Link
I'm excited to try this! I've noticed that some permutations of Breeze's algorithms naturally skew slightly to the left or right (perceptually, at least), and it sounds like you've devised a way to wrangle this behavior with the Precedence Link.Note that the ENTIRE Breeze algorithm updates in response to changes to position in P.
https://mikeverta.com/product/online-masterclass-template-balancing/Can you point me to the link?
There is indeed some variable LF cut going on, but it applies mostly to very low freqs. I suppose it could be exaggerated if desired.