Yes, there appears to be some problems with RND:Does anybody know whatÂ´s going on there, many of us have them and have used them a lot and now they may disappear or what....
I just had a look, their site is up, running and looking quite healthy. I presume they are at the moment attending the NAMM.BTW I just went to Audioeases website and it wasn't running, hopefully it's not more of the same.
BTW I just went to Audioeases website and it wasn't running, hopefully it's not more of the same.
Audio Ease is in excellent shape. Marketing and support is here in Anaheim, California for the NAMM show, so if there was a web glitch, it might have taken a bit longer to get fixed. But that's no reflection at all on company health.I just had a look, their site is up, running and looking quite healthy. I presume they are at the moment attending the NAMM.
This is an old website from the first desaster, as Nichols and Probst fighted. No need to look for the newer site, it vanished after the second desaster as the rest of the company fighted. Out of business.
Ah, thanks Orren. I am at NAMM for iRompler (mostly lurking with Garth at ChickenSys) but missed this significant fact when looking at the Audioease booth. Excellent.Audio Ease has been showing previews of AltiVerb 7 (phenomenal, both looking and sounding) and Snapper 2 (fantastic new Logic integration) that will be out later in 2010. Excellent stuff, solid company, and a great group of guys!
Source:the link to the following RNDigital software was the official place where you downloaded your RNDigital installers since RND existed.
But since the Frontend of RND is down this link provides the backend access to the Installers.
NOTE: Silberstein Media Company IS the developer of all RND software and in order to use this software you need a valid RNDigial license (iLok or serial).
This is a service for the user base.
Unfortunately there is no substitute for Neodynium (Dynamizer) from any company. Or is there something I don't know?the metering available in Logic covers the most frequently used components of Inspector XL. And Logic's Match Eq covers that functionality provided by Firium.
I haven't seen anything like it out there.Unfortunately there is no substitute for Neodynium (Dynamizer) from any company. Or is there something I don't know?