Vienna Suite has some really good effects. The original reverb was extremely good, and I believe they updated it.I'm very curious to see what the "effects from Vienna Suite" will be. A bit of EQ and compression optimized for orchestral content, even if with limited programmability
That's definitely more than the usual 3 license upgrade. I'm trying hard to keep liking VSL but this and their "loss protection" program tells me not to buy in to VSL anymore. For what it was originally used for does the single license really make sense?Ahh, ok
Sorry I just read he put 75+45+45=165
Thought it said: 75+45+45+165
Had a language class a little over an hour ago when I had written this and a good ol' boi is asking about speccing a Dual-server and Master PC Environment for Pro Audio..
So switches switches switches... letters and grammar!
If I understand this correctly, the single license (and the new pricing scheme) makes sense for studios that have one VEPro server. In other words, those with smaller systems will pay less than under the old scheme while those with larger systems will pay more.For what it was originally used for does the single license really make sense?
Bought v5 in 2014 for $245 (Sweetwater) and upgraded to v6 in 2016 for $76.50 (JRRShop). Those were the best deals I could find back then, so there may be some minor price discrepancies compared to the current list price.does anybody remembers the price of the upgrade from 5 to 6? having three computers I think the move to individual licenses is a very hard pill to swallow