I personally would welcome this as a solution. No whining, just the opinion of someone who doesn't use a lot third party IRs and and would love to have the FullRes functionality.The only possibility would be to change the User 2 bank to a User FR bank. So you would give up 1024 User IR slots in exchange for 32 FullRes user slots.
Yeah, I believe so. As a MkII user, I’ve only used about 100 User slots, so I’m in the same boat as a lot of other folks I’ve been seeing on this thread. This may change though since I have 10s of thousands of IRs stored on my computer collecting dustWe are ok they have twice presets slot so . But same Ir user slot than us so ?
Not even that. If I'm recording more than one instrument (which is often the case) the bleed makes everything sound ambient enough. The rest of the time I'm generally more worried about removing ambience than adding it. Most rooms I record in are too small for the ambience to be terribly pleasant sounding, especially at the bottom end. My holy grail would be a room big enough that primary room modes are all sub-audio in frequency. That would be a much bigger live room than I can afford just now.For all of you studio buffs out there: How many ambient mics do you use? Maybe a room and one in the back?
They don't. And anyone who buys this type of gear and does not understand that the tech they now possess will someday be surpassed (and they don't know when), is either very naive, ignorant, or just dumb. And new tech doesn't make yours any less-than; It still does what it did, which is more that what it did when you bought it. So just be thankful for that! I certainly am.But when you spent +2k last year you can understand that some people are grinding teeth believing they don’t need another purchase for a long time .
TBH, it's really hard for me to judge how important this would be for me without hearing direct comparisons, or ideally, playing through both.I personally would welcome this as a solution. No whining, just the opinion of someone who doesn't use a lot third party IRs and and would love to have the FullRes functionality.
I do, but my attitude towards progress remains as I stated. Going on 9 months now. And I happened to buy in at a good time in the development cycle, but I wasn't the least bit concerned about it either.I m joking /trolling most of the time , I don’t have tried everything yet on the unit and I use it daily . I know it’s already a huge piece of gear even if everything stops now. But yeah one year after . … you own one since a few month if I m not wrong, maybe you understand a little bit what I mean .
I am that guyI do, but my attitude towards progress remains as I stated. Going on 9 months now. And I happened to buy in at a good time in the development cycle, but I wasn't the least bit concerned about it either.
I'm just thrilled at what it can do, and as I've stated elsewhere, if it never received another update, I wouldn't care. It would take something absolutely massive for me to want to upgrade. I've proven that to myself in that I keep things a long long time before I buy something to replace them.
We have definitely become a society that feels they need the latest/greatest new gizmo. I'm not that guy. (Costs too much damn money.)
At a wild guess FFT, or fast fourier transform, taking the time based data into the frequency/phase domain (and vice versa) with much higher efficiency than a "simple" full fat fourier transform. It's pretty much the basis of IR technology, and much more mathematically sound than most data compression techniques.But I thought UltraRes IR's are 8K samples or about 170 ms long. Is there some kind of file compression or other trickery that allows for all that extra sample data to be stored in the same slots as 2K long IRs? Ancient Chinese secret perhaps?