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    Kārlis Stenders

     

    This is unfortunate, but we've been forced to remove the simulation feature  for legal reasons.

    We are aware that there are companies out there that still manage to use simulations in their products, but considering our long term goal of collaborating with other companies, we’ve had to drop them for the time being.

    That being said, we are looking for a way to bring them back as we love the feature too!

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    Sergio Serafino

    As the feature was one main reason for me to buy it and sonarworks advertise it to sell Studio Edition I'm really disapointed now ... : (

     

    I just wish you guys put a make up for it on your list to the very top!

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    Magne Johansen

    I agree! This was really useful, and also one of the I reasons I bought this. Please keep us updated! 

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    Sergio Serafino

    ahem: to stay fair.. I meanwhile found out that the VST Version of "4.0.115" (can be downloaded in the Archiv-Section) + Systemwide "4.4" seemed to work for me well

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    Sergio Serafino

    (I'm on Windows 7 64 bit)

    step 1: Deinstall everything

    step 2: install the Version 4.0.115

    step 3: go to folder 'C:\Program Files\Vstplugins' and seperate the 'Sonarworks_Reference4_x64.dll'  file in an extra folder

    step 4: Deinstall the Version 4.0.115 

    step 5: install the newest Version of Reference Studio

    step 6: paste the seperated older dll-file in 'C:\Program Files\Vstplugins' 

    step 7: look in the DAW if everthing works fine ...

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    Tom Buur

    I don't understand the legal problems. Maybe Sonarworks cannot use the NS10 name. Considering all the amp emulations with names like American 2x12 that we all know is a Fender Twin Reverb, why don't you just call it Popular Studio Monitor or something. Yamaha can't own a recorded sound of their speakers.

    I really wish you would give us more emulations, including TV, car stereo etc.

     

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    Philipp Boeselager

    Hmm, everybody is copying everything these days. You will find any compressor in a dozen of variations. So why should it be "forbidden" to build a custom EQ curve and call it "White Speaker" ? I'm reeeally missing this feature.

    Alternatively, you could introduce a target EQ that allows to build a such curve on your own.

    If all that is impossible, one can imitate the NS-10s by an additional EQ at least. Of course, sound character factors other than EQ are not implied in this workaround. (As they weren't in the former Reference versions either, I think.)

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    Chris

    Hey, 

    We understand your frustration.
    However, we do wish to stay on good terms with hardware manufacturers.
    We believe it is important that we reproduce the frequency response of these units with the consent of the companies producing them.

    As previously mentioned, we do wish to reintroduce the feature.
    It is possible that it will present in a similar form as you are describing it, but at the moment we cannot specify any more information about its possible return.

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