Roland Plugins no longer available for UAD

synthpunk

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The Licensing agreement between Roland and Universal Audio has ended and Dimension D, Space Echo, and CE-1 are no longer available to purchase btw.

Luckily I have all three. Reilly too bad they could not warned others though. Just passing this along.
 
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synthpunk

synthpunk

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Really makes you wonder what agreements could be up next ?
It makes no sense that UA did not mention this in there tape sale last month, there sales for Space Echo would of been through the roof and Im sure the other two as well.

Dimension D is fantastic, Space Echo is very important for me. I run two for quad effects. CE-1 is great for that jazz/chorus type sound.

I bet we see Roland issue there own stuff again soon, unless they are licensing to waves, slate, or soft tube.
 

cc64

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Wow too bad. Both the DimensionD and Space Echo where on my wishlist...Wonder how they'll manage updates for actual customers
 
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synthpunk

synthpunk

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My UA rep told me they will be fully supported.

But for how long is the question.

Wow too bad. Both the DimensionD and Space Echo where on my wishlist...Wonder how they'll manage updates for actual customers
 
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synthpunk

synthpunk

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Here is another Space Echo option from GSI. Good price.
http://www.genuinesoundware.com/?a=showproduct&b=26



Fossil,
I find its pretty hard to replicate tape echo with digital delay plugins.

Have you tried the Dimension D simulations with Valhalla Uebermod?
Would be interesting to hear a comparison.
(i used to work with a real dimension d, but that's over a decade ago...)
Have you tried the Dimension D simulations with Valhalla Uebermod?
Would be interesting to hear a comparison.
(i used to work with a real dimension d, but that's over a decade ago...)
 
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EastWest Lurker

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Maybe yes, maybe no., The UAD version was authorized by Roland and sounds just like the ones I used to work with AFAIR. I would have to A > B them to know if I agree with you.