Well done, Graham!
Out of your list, I would shoot for Omnisphere. It is an amazing instrument that offers boundless control.
The Camel Audio effects are also marvelous and I reach for them often.
I am not sure I have ever regretted a purchase but there are a few things that just don’t seem to get used. DCAM’s Synth Squad, as wonderful a collection of instruments as it is if you like an analog sound, just doesn’t get much use here. Cakewalk’s Rapture sits around as well. The Sample Logic stuff, while excellent in concept and sound, just doesn’t seem to spark my interest as much as I thought it would. Cool stuff but it doesn’t seem to fit in well with what I do.
Must haves? A good transparent EQ, good transparent compressor and a good limiter. If you can get some coloration control with it as well, that’s a bonus. For EQ, I think either FabFilter’s Pro-Q or DMG Audio’s Equality are at the top of the list. For the compressor, FabFilter Pro-C is good but I also like Klanghelm’s DC8C as it offers some color options. For limiting, I bounce between Voxengo Elephant and FabFilter Pro-L. You might have these items covered, but beyond this, I really don’t consider anything else a must have. I can create just fine with these three essential tools.
Hope this helps in some way. Good luck in your quest!
Well done, my friend! Always happy for your success!
Congratulations on this very impressive achievement!
Hit? What means hit?
Congratulations, mighty king!
Most of mine have been in the Children’s and Corporate categories.