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Proximity by Tokyo Dawn Labs & Vladg Sound video (KVR DC12 Entry)

Download! Test! Vote!


PS. And now finally I have a time to watch to another DC12 entries! Sorry, synths and sample packs are not of my interest. But sound processing entries are! I want to check them all🙂

5 responses to “Proximity by Tokyo Dawn Labs & Vladg Sound video (KVR DC12 Entry)

  1. Jazznfunk 2012/11/10 at 14:09

    Excellent!🙂 Great plugin!🙂

  2. alex 2012/11/13 at 17:32

    i´ve tried your entry a few days ago, for me is one of the best entrys there maybe the best

    really usefull, great idea, i will vote for it

    good luck

  3. alex 2012/11/13 at 17:34

    you should check that one filterplugin its also really good, but i don´t wanna write that name here but i think you will find it.

  4. josh 2012/11/14 at 13:11

    This is a brilliant idea that works very well. I have voted you top in the KVR dc. The CPU hit seems a bit high and spiky, and there’s some zipper noise here and there, but hopefully this might get looked at in future updates? I really hope you guys push this further as it’s so refreshing to see something truly new out there in the endless sea of eq’s, dynamics, reverbs, yawn, zzzz etc. Really great work🙂

    • vladgsound 2012/11/14 at 21:12

      Yes, you’re right! This plugin for competition looks more like concept than polished release (we just had not enough time for it). But we still have a time to fix bugs before the end of competition. And after the end we can analyze user opinions and either continue development together or this plugin will be “tokyo dawn labs” only🙂

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