PTHD> 2x Pro Tools HD4 Accel | 2x Mac Pro 8 Core (16 thread) | 2x Magma Chassis | Apogee Symphony I/O, AD16X, and AVID HD I/O | 2x UAD-2 OCTO, Solo | Pro Tools HD 10, HD 12 | Studio One V3 Pro | OSX 10.8.5
NATIVE> nMP Ashtray/Trashcan Hex Core | OSX 10.10.4| Windows 8.1 Pro | Apollo QUAD "Classic" w/ TB, Apollo Twin DUO | TC Konnekt 48 | Samplitude Pro X | Studio One V3 Pro | SONAR Platinum | Pro Tools 12
I noticed that when I decided on my 3 plugs I got a downloaded file, that file will authorize and reset your demos, you can still authorize using the panel and save your demo reset from that file for later, but for the single plugin there was no downloaded file and when you authorize, it resets the demos at the same time. Just to let you know, so you can time it wisely and use the demo periods to the max.
Welcome on board and good luck in you fantastic musical adventure!
Apollo 8 Quad - Macbook Pro i7 16Gb - Line 6 Halion
Cubase Pro 9 - Wavelab Pro 9 - Absolute 3 - Logic X
You gotta have the 1073. If you tracking bass, the b15 is really good too.
Apollo 8, Quad Satellite TB, UAD-2 Solo, and an old UAD-1 Mackie in a box somewhere.
Win10 Anniversary with Gigabyte Z170 Gaming 7, 16G RAM, I7-6700k, Apple TB3-TB2 cable
A bunch of old mics and preamps in a couple of nice rooms.
I suspect if it comes to being able to purchase just one additional plugin it'll be the 1073. But maybe trial auditioning will surprise me.
I don't know about the opinions of others, but I have just aqcuired the SSL and it is really doing good things to my guitar. I don't have an Apollo and use an RME Fireface UC together with a Kemper. The SSL manages to be both bright and sweet. Quite possibly I use a little more brightness than I would normally do as a result. The funny thing is that it's brighter but does not sound it - if that makes sense. The SSL sounds much more direct than the Neve 88RS - although I do like both.
Intel core i7 5960X CPU 3.0 GHz 64bit 32 gig RAM - Windows 8.1 - AMD RadeonHD 7700 - RME Fireface UC - Duo + Quad x 2 - Far too many guitars