Sadly, for Sylenth1 users and lovers – it’s not looking good!
Yeah, definitely. Another reason for me not to update to Logic X. But I hope that sets the maker of Sylenth1 a bit under pressure now to finally come up with a 64 bit version. Long overdue! My last 32 bit plugin and I love that synth a lot!
... but there is no upgrade available for users of older versions. As a Logic 9 Pro user I’m definitely not gonna pay the same as new users. So that’s it for me with Logic. Good-Bye Logic, hello Cubase… (Also there are no new features that I consider “must-have” – I really love the look of the new user interface, but that’s not worth $199,- for me…)
Sorry to hear that!
Wow! Didn’t expect a hard rejection! Did you upload the song exactly as in your preview or did you alter it according to some suggestions here (reverb etc…)
Keep up uploading new stuff!
My bestseller is Something Big Is Coming
Logic 9 Pro, quite happy so far for years now – except of how it communicates with Kontakt as far as CPU multicore usage is concerned. Kontakt in standalone mode can use multiple cores much much better than in Logic – no matter how you set it up. (Have also tried Cubase 7 but seems to be pretty much the the same… So it may be a Kontakt issue…)
I’m ranked 239 on Audiojungle. Not too bad, actually… Have expected something in the thousands , actually.
Yes! I would definitely upload that song here! I agree about the missing reverb on the flute-thingy, though (maybe even a bit of overall reverb to the whole mix). Maybe you could offer two versions: One with – one without that “stormy wind” noise in the background. I could imagine that this could be a bit disturbing for the one or the other usage (imagine this song under an eastern documentary where there is beautiful weather )
Good luck! Marco