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Special 50% offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby TimoWildenhain » Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:33 pm

Dear forum members,

we are happy to announce a special offer on the Rupert Neve Designs Portico plug-ins.
As of today, the RND Portico 5033 EQ and the RND Portico 5043 compressor plug-ins are
available for 249 euros* each. A bundle with both plug-ins is available for only 399 euros.

Thanks,
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*incl. 19% German VAT, may vary according to your country
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Design plug-ins!

Postby Muziksculp » Mon Apr 15, 2013 6:44 pm

Hi,


I just purchased the RN Compressor !

When does this special offer end ?

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Design plug-ins!

Postby TimoWildenhain » Tue Apr 16, 2013 11:30 am

Muziksculp wrote:Hi,


I just purchased the RN Compressor !

When does this special offer end ?

Thanks,
Muziksculp


Hello,

there's not yet a specific date, but it will be announced in time. What do you think about the 5043?

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Design plug-ins!

Postby jules » Tue Apr 16, 2013 5:50 pm

Muziksculp wrote:Hi,


I just purchased the RN Compressor !


Muziksculp


How long did it take to receive the serial ? I ordered the bundle at jrr shop on saturday and i'm still waiting...

edit : ok, delivered on next friday.
edit 2 : delayed to 04/24/13. I wonder why it takes so long to generate a simple serial number.... :?:
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Design plug-ins!

Postby Muziksculp » Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:13 pm

TimoWildenhain wrote:
Muziksculp wrote:Hi,


I just purchased the RN Compressor !

When does this special offer end ?

Thanks,
Muziksculp


Hello,

there's not yet a specific date, but it will be announced in time. What do you think about the 5043?

Thanks,
Timo


Hi Timo,

Thanks for the feedback.

So far I'm loving the RN Portico 5043 :) It's a great compressor, very transparent, works on any type of material I tested it on (I highly recommend it to users who are still on the fence) !

I'm considering to add the EQ at some point in the near future, that's why I asked if there is a deadline for the 50% off offer. I could have saved another $100. if I got the bundle, but I felt the compressor was a good start for now.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Design plug-ins!

Postby Muziksculp » Thu Apr 18, 2013 4:24 am

jules wrote:
Muziksculp wrote:Hi,


I just purchased the RN Compressor !


Muziksculp


How long did it take to receive the serial ? I ordered the bundle at jrr shop on saturday and i'm still waiting...

edit : ok, delivered on next friday.


I recieved the serial number via email reply, within a minute of ordering it from the Steinberg Shop !

Very fast, and painless to register & install.

I recommend using the Steinberg Shop in the future.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby sensorychaos » Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:17 am

Will comment them asap. Just dl the demo.
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby sensorychaos » Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:34 am

Well...After extensive use in different *test" scenario on my audio material...I can say thses are INCREDIBLE!
Will buy them for sure! Kudos!
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby Muziksculp » Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:53 am

sensorychaos wrote:Well...After extensive use in different *test" scenario on my audio material...I can say thses are INCREDIBLE!
Will buy them for sure! Kudos!
Happy days coming.


Great ! I'm glad you like them a lot.

I got the compressor, but have not tried to demo the EQ.

Q. How would you describe the RN EQ ? i.e. how does it differ from other EQs you use ? What makes it so good/special ?

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby sensorychaos » Sat Apr 20, 2013 6:56 pm

Hi Muz,

I would say it is really amazing how it's 3D, full and warm. I have used a lot of plugin' eq but this one is really special.
Amazing job.
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby Muziksculp » Sat Apr 20, 2013 8:59 pm

sensorychaos wrote:Hi Muz,

I would say it is really amazing how it's 3D, full and warm. I have used a lot of plugin' eq but this one is really special.
Amazing job.


Thanks for the feedback.

Now I'm very tempted to grab the RN-EQ as well. :)
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby sensorychaos » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:40 am

They should stay at this price range though :mrgreen:
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby TimoWildenhain » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:01 pm

sensorychaos wrote:Hi Muz,

I would say it is really amazing how it's 3D, full and warm. I have used a lot of plugin' eq but this one is really special.
Amazing job.


Thanks very much for the feedback. Steinberg, Yamaha and Neve indeed spend a lot of efforts to make them (5033+5043) sound special. I'm really happy to hear that you like it.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby cpechet » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:22 pm

I have the hardware version of these devices and while I have not put the plugins through all their paces, so far I am extremely impressed. One unanticipated advantage of the plugins is that they are considerably quieter than their hardware counterparts. The compressor behaves very well but, at a certain level, does not seem quite as aggressive as the hardware although I have not really gone the distance with drums yet which for me is the acid test. The EQ is very nice but, again, is not as aggressive as the hardware. That being said, compared to the native Cubase EQ it is absolutely glorious.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby Home Studio 87 » Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:07 pm

I Hope They gonna stay at this price ! cause when I try it it was the first plugin that sound & feel like my UAD sound & feel ! I mean I want a sound just tweak & it's there ! very good ! I'm gonna buy it this summer if still at this price.
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby cpechet » Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:44 am

I JUST had to post again… The 5033 is out of this world… I only have two channels of hardware 5033 so it is usually reserved for the mix bus so I have never had the luxury of using it too much on tracks. The confluence of multiple channels suing the 5033 has completely redefined the sound coming out of my rig. Clarity, punch, imaging – everything. This is absolutely a must-have. I admit I would have not have considered buying the 5033/5043 bundle without the special promo pricing but now that I have heard what they do (especially the 5033) I would gladly buy them again at full-price. Considering what they do they are a bargain. I think my days as a hardware EQ bigot have come to an end.
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby jules » Sat Apr 27, 2013 1:15 am

Just bought the bundle. These plugs are amazing ! Really worth the actual price.
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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby kobana » Sun Apr 28, 2013 8:11 pm

I already used my trial, but didnt really test these plugins much. Is it possible to get a new trial key and try these plugins again? Because i might be interested in buying the bundle version, as all the reviews looks very good.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby Muziksculp » Tue Apr 30, 2013 2:37 am

cpechet wrote:I JUST had to post again… The 5033 is out of this world… I only have two channels of hardware 5033 so it is usually reserved for the mix bus so I have never had the luxury of using it too much on tracks. The confluence of multiple channels suing the 5033 has completely redefined the sound coming out of my rig. Clarity, punch, imaging – everything. This is absolutely a must-have. I admit I would have not have considered buying the 5033/5043 bundle without the special promo pricing but now that I have heard what they do (especially the 5033) I would gladly buy them again at full-price. Considering what they do they are a bargain. I think my days as a hardware EQ bigot have come to an end.


Hello cpehet

Wow ! That says a lot.

I'm surely buying the 5033 EQ in the next couple of weeks.

I already have the 5043 RN-Portico Compressor, and love it !

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Has anyone done any testing?

Postby dark blue man » Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:38 pm

First off, this isn't truly scientific as it isn't a blind test. Since we're talking about high end, expensive plug-ins here I think a little testing not only appropriate but positively called for.

There is another plug-in on the market that claims to emulate the same EQ, except this one costs only $39, and there's a free demo available, so there is no excuse.

http://www.ddmf.eu/product.php?id=2

Now I wouldn't expect a $39 plug-in to match one costing 100s $$ but a little testing costs nothing but time.

First off I made a two bar wave file from an Halion SC preset called SR 120 BPM Loop. I loaded this loop into Cubase twice and made sure they perfectly nulled with an input of -2db. They nulled to absolute silence. My word means nothing here but this part can be tested by anyone. Please do.

I then loaded the Portico 5033 trial onto one track and the DDMF onto the other and tried various settings on both, taking great care to make sure the parameters on both were identical.

At no point could I make them null. There was always a difference. However, there appeared to be a small volume difference between the two in that the the Portico was a tad quieter on my Cubase meters. Also, even in all bypass mode on both plug-ins there was a very slight (inaudible) difference between the two. On my NS 10s and both my AKG and Sure headphones I could not hear the difference, but the meters showed a small difference.

I then did a subjective test, listening to both files separately through my NS 10m monitors, my AKG open back headphones and my Sure SRH830 closed back headphones.

To my ears the Portico's sounded a little cleaner in the top end, but that means little as my ears are as human as anyone else's and by now my ears may well have become a little clouded by fatigue. At this point the DDMF plug-in also sounded very nice indeed.

I am no scientist but very much driven by scientific scepticism and honestly, I'm becoming truly sick of reading buzz terms like: open, warm, 3D, wide and so on, which mean absolutely nothing really.

I will of course continue my tests. I do not for one second deny the quality of one plug-in over another. But please people, lets not compare the clever manipulation of 1s and 0s with magic.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby cpechet » Wed May 01, 2013 2:00 am

In the interest of presenting a more coherent argument against the use of hyperbole to express a sonic experience might I suggest that you refrain from using the word “cleaner”? By your own standards this imputes meaninglessness. Either that or permit some of us to gush as we see fit.

As for the clever manipulation of 1s and 0s, to some of us the joy resulting from these manipulations might just as well be magic.

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby dark blue man » Wed May 01, 2013 9:03 am

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Re: Special offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby dark blue man » Wed May 01, 2013 9:04 am

cpechet wrote:In the interest of presenting a more coherent argument against the use of hyperbole to express a sonic experience might I suggest that you refrain from using the word “cleaner”? By your own standards this imputes meaninglessness. Either that or permit some of us to gush as we see fit.


Which is why I added the qualifiers, "subjective test" and "ear fatigue", as in, not totally trustworthy, or did you miss that? But feel free to gush and believe as you will. Permission granted. ;)

As for the clever manipulation of 1s and 0s, to some of us the joy resulting from these manipulations might just as well be magic.

Respectfully

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By all means take offence if it makes you feel better. It's your money, and it's only a little testing, which I did, at the beginning, qualify as not being as scientific as it could be. Further more, clearly there is a difference between the two but a difference is just that. Better, or worse, are subjective terms, which you'll note my testing avoided.

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Re: Special 50% offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby Tanant » Thu May 02, 2013 6:38 pm

Thanks for sharing your tests with us! Sounds like CP choked on a thesaurus and needed to spit it out ;)
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Re: Special 50% offer on Rupert Neve Designs 5033/5043 plug-ins!

Postby dark blue man » Thu May 02, 2013 8:09 pm

Tanant wrote:Thanks for sharing your tests with us! Sounds like CP choked on a thesaurus and needed to spit it out ;)


Thanks :)

As I say, I'm no scientist but find myself doing this kind of thing more and more before taking things on hearsay. Not that I think people deliberately mislead, more that we are all fallible. And of course, the sentiment works both ways.

For a much more in depth and interesting video on the subject follow the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYTlN6wjcvQ

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but know one is entitled their own facts - no idea who coined that but I sure like it ;)
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