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Expanding on Analog Laboratory
« on: December 05, 2012, 11:57:09 pm »
So I bought the V3 Collection recently and my first reaction was  "What an wide range of unique sounds  :D".  Then I realized that finding usable sounds and easily recalling them was difficult for each plugin  :(. So I took a good look at Analog Laboratory, which has more usable sounds at fast reach, a sorting feature, and still retains the ability to edit the patches ;D.

However I do want to take better advantage of the the other presets not included in the Laboratory.  Why not include ALL product patches     with improved catalog features like text search.  I think if Analaog factory (or call it Analog Library) could indeed offer all patches, user will not have to load each plugin separate.  I admit I'm spoiled by the unified library of Omnisphere and Trilian , but it makes sense and tremendous ease for user.

Thanks for your consideration.
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