Dear FabFilter team,
I wonder if you plan to use the Waves API to make your plugins compatible with the soundgrid system.
As far I as know, you're not planning to make an AAX-HD version of your plugins, which I can understand regarding the great power of CPUs this days.
But the soundgrid system is very interesting when it comes to live shows, theater, etc.
Indeed, I have a dream of using my favorite plugins in live situations to sculpt the sound the way I want, with no latency.
I've been using your plugins a lot in my sessions and I'd like to use them LIVE.
Of course I'm ready to pay the upgrade.
I've noticed that Plugin Alliance did it with all of their plugins, so it might be easier than it looks...
While I have Pro-Q2 and Pro-L on my Master for every single track, Saturn would probably get more use if I could offload the processing.
So sure, FabFilter support would make the SoundGrid hardware much more appealing. Question is: what's in it for FabFilter? How do they get paid for supporting another platform?
Some live sound customers would probably buy, but only plug-ins without added latency.
Have you decided to support SoundGrid system?) I'm a big fan of your plugins and it would be really great to work with them in live shows! Waves Multirack is very popular nowdays and almost all big live console makers support it!
I also use Waves Multirack for live mixing side gigs.
Wouldn't mind paying extra for an upgrade either :)
I want to add another vote for fabfilter on soundgrid. Especially a great deesser is missing. Be sure it is low latency for live sound.
If you plan soundgrid release, do you have any schedule?
Do we have any word if Fabfilter is also going to put anything out this year for Soundgrid?
.........plz plz plz plz :)
Got to admit, fabfilter on a soundgrid platform would really be ideal for live work and it would be a dsp solution for aax dsp. Come on fabfilter please do this for us. I cant see how it would hurt anything. According to my understanding from waves it would be easy to port your plugs over.
Please do this. Having the best plugs (fabfilter) on a live platform would be great!
big big big +1! All of my favourite go-to plug-ins are yours. Been using your whole bundle for many years now and I love them! We actually had some email conversations about me using them live in 'Live Professor' which was hard cause there was a graphic thing going on creating lines etc.. I also recall talking about how much cleaner in phase your ProMB is compared to the C6. Well... since I have a whole Soundgrid MultiRack set-up that I use as real tools to try to control heavy dynamics in live shows from artists like De Jeugd Van Tegenwoordig and Broederliefde I would Loove to swap the C6 for a ProMB. But while i'm writing this I start to think that that's maybe the reason why there's just Waves plug-ins in Multirack.. ;-)
I do live work almost exclusively, and I desperately want the PRO-Q 2 in my tool box....
When I'm mixing for broadcasting in my studio, I simply can't live without Fabfilter. Please, please, please add Soundgrid support so I can use it on location with my LV1 system. Do you wan't my creditcard info already now?
At first I thought fab filter might be concerned waves would steal there intellectual property, but then I thought if waves was going to steal it, they don’t need to wait for fab filter to make a live lv1 version of their plugins, they can just buy it and reverse engineer it and be done, therefore, I don’t think that is a valid concern. I only do live at the moment and I own ZERO fab filter plugins. Still waiting... Still waiting.. I would have bought them a couple years ago when I first asked about this.. I hear great things and I see attention to fine detail on the graphical interfaces of the fab filter plugins, so I know what I am hearing sound wise must have at least the same fine tuned attention to detail.. So, I guess I still have to wait, hopefully not forever.. Thanks!
Any update to whether this is in the pipeline or not would be much appreciated. Thx!
Soundgrid comparability would open you up to a huge market of professional users. Using ProQ3 in a live environment would be incredibly powerful, and significantly better than ANY other tool currently available to live engineers.
It would be great to know a little bit about your reasoning. If you say you are considering it, does it mean versus not supporting it, how to make money on that additional investment, any other platforms to support, etc. ?
I would buy the whole pack in a second, the cross talk is awesome but I really need to put those DSPs at work.