What should there be next?

  • Jesse - 8 years ago

    Been a longtime user and lover of VoS Plugs. Recently "upgraded" to 64 bit, only to massively regret it because a lot of my favorite plugs are still 32 bit.

    I have a feeling that as time goes on 32 bit plugs will disappear, but for the present time I feel rather left out.

    I would love love LOVE to get VoS 64 bit plugs. I would pay to have your plugs any day.

  • pico - 8 years ago

    64bit all the way. It's 2013 and "you don't need 64 bit" is not argument anymore. VoS plugins are awesome and having them as native 64 bit versions would be absolutely great.

  • swank - 8 years ago

    i use logic and would realy love AU version of your stuvz :)

  • xx - 9 years ago

    please x64 bit

  • Nate - 9 years ago

    Hey guys, great stuff. I know this is out of nowhere, but I'd love to see your plugins rebuilt for native Linux-Vst. I'm not sure what all that would entail, but there are more people than you think who would be endlessly greatful for such a fantastic plugin suite running natively on their OS of choice.

  • Mister36 - 9 years ago

    64-bit update of FerricTDS would be my true vote. I love it, just as is, apart from that I'd like to be able to use it without a bit-bridge. Please... Don't change it, just update it to 64-bit! :)

  • Robert Weber - 9 years ago

    I would really love to see a gain-matching switch on the BootEQ. That way, the output would automatically be adjusted to compensate for and changes I make, which will make A/B-ing the changes to much easier. Other than that, I love it all!

  • snowflake - 9 years ago

    ..and why not make them work in 192Khz mode??
    kind regards

  • YouGots2Chill - 9 years ago

    As much as i would want a new boot eq plug-in,64-bit would be more important for us users.Once 64-bit is out the way then you can create/update whatever kind of plug-ins you want HAHAHA.

  • Big-T - 9 years ago

    Now that I'm moving to a 64bit DAW, I'm definitely going to miss your plugins...
    Therefore I'd say its time for doubling the bits!


  • Ian - 9 years ago

    Boot Eq is a must-have update. The most essential plugin all-round.

  • Kyle McComb - 9 years ago

    Multiband compressor. Simple enough.

    (P.S.: I really like ThrillseekerLA. Use it on everything.)

  • Chris - 9 years ago

    I voted for other, hoping you would consider making something like Digital Fish Phone's free Endorphin dual band compressor but better. If you are not familiar, here is link http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.php?item=2&subItem=3 I have been using this as master comp/limiter, but its not quite as good as it could be, but haven't had any luck getting anything else to work better. If Bootsy is not interesting making something similar, maybe I could try using Ableton multiband comp just to split the bands, and then a combination of Bootsy's current plugs for comp and limiting, any suggestions? Or can anyone can recommend a free vst like Endorphin but better? Thanks!!!

  • lovinab - 9 years ago

    Hi Herbert... Hmmm remember you talked about getting into synthesis at some point? A VA with FM capability that can load wav files coupled with your effects-engine/stateful saturation should blow our minds! May be you could get a great-sounding (truly analog-sounding.. a bit like uhe diva) for the masses... I was also thinking of a chameleon compressor/eq... imagine that, with the flick of a switch you can audition what different compression methods can do to your audio without loading multiple plugins?

  • Teera Lucksanapiruk - 9 years ago

    How about some ultra fast fet-style compressors? That seems to be the only thing missing from your toolkit.

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