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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tony-j » Tue May 01, 2018 2:20 pm

i bought mixbus 2 months ago and i'm pretty happy with it, i use it for EDM and it's good for it too (if you have enough channels for the different parts). It's very good for mixing and mastering and user friendly, it takes a lot of CPU working, too much for my 1.2 Ghz laptop, work fine recording playing and editing, but when i turn on eqs or compressors, xruns start to flow like a river.
So i decided to buy a more powerful gear, hope that around 2Ghz will work properly.
I also hope that special offers are not over yet because till now i couldn't buy more plugins due to lack of CPU power.
I would like some day to be able to use it for real time playing but maybe it's too heavy and Ardour is preferred for this use.

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Tue May 01, 2018 8:21 pm

They just started their special offers again. https://mailchi.mp/harrisonconsoles/mix ... box-417841
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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tony-j » Tue May 01, 2018 10:36 pm

excuse me how do you receive these updates of special offers?

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Wed May 02, 2018 4:22 am

tony-j wrote:excuse me how do you receive these updates of special offers?

Go to Harrison website, and select 'Specials'. There you can sign for email list. https://harrisonconsoles.lpages.co/specials/
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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tony-j » Thu May 03, 2018 1:31 am

yes i subscribed a month ago but doesn't arrive any mail, (checked also the spam) :(

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Fri May 11, 2018 10:06 am

tony-j wrote:yes i subscribed a month ago but doesn't arrive any mail, (checked also the spam) :(

Maybe you could contact them, I would expect they are interested to hear it. https://harrisonconsoles.com/site/contact.html
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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Sat May 26, 2018 7:39 am

Mixbus, Mixbus32C and some training offers https://mailchi.mp/harrisonconsoles/mix ... 8c8a758016
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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tony-j » Sat Jun 02, 2018 2:09 pm

tavasti wrote:Maybe you could contact them, I would expect they are interested to hear it. https://harrisonconsoles.com/site/contact.html


Na it was me messing up with promotions in the email.

tavasti wrote:Mixbus, Mixbus32C and some training offers https://mailchi.mp/harrisonconsoles/mix ... 8c8a758016


i purchased the training offer months ago and i'm really happy with that.
I hope that harrison will put more offers on the plugins for their loyal customers :-)

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:01 pm

tony-j wrote:I hope that harrison will put more offers on the plugins for their loyal customers :-)

In fact, when looking their pages, prices of plugins have dropped dramatically, so compared to earlier, now they are on sale all the time.

And now there was on Specials https://harrisonconsoles.com/site/specials.html
All plugins combined, 181$
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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:00 am

Now Mixbus + all Harrison Plugins for 49$ :o

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby jonetsu » Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:58 pm

Soon they'll be giving it away for near free. After all, it's a bit difficult to ask a lot of money for those plugins. They are quite limited compared to what's on the market. Linux users being usually a captive market with limited choices, these plugins have more impact. But now it's starting ot be easy to have access to a greater choice.

I think something is brewing. Maybe they'd expected more reaction after their last release and the review by Spectre Sound studios, more sales. But then maybe they were abit too much inside a bubble. After all there's not that much of a need to make a DAW for a company that sells very expensive large consoles for big customers, if the DAW business is more trouble than profits over a middle term. Or maybe not. Maybe they'll come up with some Big New Thing that will make everyone, including the competition, go aaaaahh!

This said don't get me wrong. The plugins are of excellent quality. They are just made to be too simple when on the market everyone has, for instance just to name some, presets load/save, with many having favorites marking. And many are delivered with a certain number of presets for different uses. And user guides.

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby lilith » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:04 pm

jonetsu wrote:Soon they'll be giving it away for near free. After all, it's a bit difficult to ask a lot of money for those plugins. They are quite limited compared to what's on the market. Linux users being usually a captive market with limited choices, these plugins have more impact. But now it's starting ot be easy to have access to a greater choice.

I think something is brewing. Maybe they'd expected more reaction after their last release and the review by Spectre Sound studios, more sales. But then maybe they were abit too much inside a bubble. After all there's not that much of a need to make a DAW for a company that sells very expensive large consoles for big customers, if the DAW business is more trouble than profits over a middle term. Or maybe not. Maybe they'll come up with some Big New Thing that will make everyone, including the competition, go aaaaahh!

This said don't get me wrong. The plugins are of excellent quality. They are just made to be too simple when on the market everyone has, for instance just to name some, presets load/save, with many having favorites marking. And many are delivered with a certain number of presets for different uses. And user guides.

Cheers.


I think about buying those. Is there anything comparable when not using Windows VSTs?
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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby jonetsu » Thu Jul 05, 2018 12:07 am

lilith wrote:I think about buying those. Is there anything comparable when not using Windows VSTs?


Exactly. In many cases there's nothing. I mean, you can get other EQs and it makes sense to have several for each have characteristics, same with the two compressors. For others like the bass, vocal and drum characters (XT-BC, VC and DC), they're unique. I'm still using the XT-DC on the current work since nothing else produces the same sound. In general it's good to have several of each type. The XT-SC spectral compressor is unique in Linux, unless LSP has one, not sure. The tom-tom gate is totally unique, if you have a need for that.

So I'd say get them, you will not be at loss for some $50. My previous comment was about the lack of features they offer when compared to other plugins in the Windows world only. Not about the quality.

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby tavasti » Fri Aug 31, 2018 8:57 pm

32C v5 (new release) 99$ and old release Mixbus 19$ (I bet you won't get free upgrade, but have to pay for it once Mixbus v5 is here)

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Re: Harrison Mixbus offers

Postby chaocrator » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:42 am

tavasti wrote:but have to pay for it once Mixbus v5 is here)

today's special offer — Mixbus for $19 including free upgrade to v5 once it appears


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