Right now (few hours still) it is.jonetsu wrote:How much was it recently for 32C ? $99 ? That's simply excellent.tavasti wrote: I have for now decided, that 32C might not be worth the price for me, but cheaper Mixbus is. Let's see if I will ever hit to it's limitations compared to 32C. But that is only me, my projects are simple this far. I would say that 32C is worth the money if you are mixing real multitrack projects (with more than 8 tracks).
Mixbus provides a 3band EQ with high-pass filter, and 8 mixbuses.jonetsu wrote:That main advanatge of 32C is the EQ I find, not the number of mixbusses.
Mixbus32C provides a 4band EQ with high- and low-pass filters.
That is different, but I am not convinced that difference in EQ would make any difference for me, at least for now. I'm so novice, that can't even make sane decisions on what to do with 3-band parametric eq. And from offers I got xt-eq plugin, in case I for some reason have desire to use finer eq.
Making single/ep/album as electronical release to spotify/itunes/deezer and all major (and minor) channels is available for free, so I've decided to release everything I get done to decent level.jonetsu wrote: Recently my most 'serious' Soundcloud pieces (still not serious as really making an EP or such commercial attempt) have around 30 to 40 tracks including busses and mixbusses. This could be almost mixed using a regular Mixbus. I say 'almost' because the average of 4 mixbusses that I use each have their Harrison tape saturation. Having so many Satin instances would call for problems as Satin consumes a fair amount of CPU.