Rig Manager 3.0 Editor


  • somehow I ended up as a sales engineer, which pays about double what I made in support but adds travel. It also allows me to be able to afford nice toys :-)

    I would enjoy being a sales engineer for my company. The pay increase, bonuses and travel do make it a very appealing position but I am no longer in the office that does the sales.

  • A status report would be nice, however it wont speed things up any if it's not yet ready for release. If it was ready, we'd already know it and wouldn't need an update. So, it isn't ready yet. Problem solved. Throw money now... ^^

    If you use FRFR the benefit of a merged profile is that the cabinet is totally separated in the profile.


    For my edification only... :D Kemper/Helix user

  • @V8


    Simple yes..the music..the gear?Lets agree to disagree..I have completely other memories.More like "the bigger the better"..I remember guitar players all doing the double stack thing "because it has the looks" and the much more "efficient" Mesa MK series being for the "snobby doctors and lawyers" who needed an amp "to fit into their porsches":|..add the fx-racks to all this..pure fun..


    I really would like to see "sales charts" from the 80s when some "more practical solutions" were on the market.Man..did I hate to lugging these massive tomtom racks,the dozen overheads and heavy double kicks around..not to mention the nice SVTs(tube) and their 8x10 cabs..this is what I remember from the 80s.

    Yeah I getb what you mean, more working class vs high end.


    I also recognise the bigger stacks race, still some of it I still see now. Did a gig few months ago and the guy had a Marshall head and 4 x12 plus a fender hot rod as a slave ( I think....) it was so loud, sound guy had to tell him to keep turning down on his backline..interestingly he was young...I was the old fart with the digital gear...who would have thought :)

  • I think at this point, it would be easier to let any 3rd party companies develop an editor.


    Competition drives innovation.

    Even just a small team of talented engineers could knock it out pretty quickly. I think CK is maybe hyper-protective of his IP?

    Disclaimer: When I post demo clips for profiles, there will be some minimal post-processing, unless stated otherwise. I normally double-track hard L/R, and add to the main buss a small amount of EQ and a limiter/comp set pretty light as well. Sometimes I get test profiles in advance of release, though 90% of my clips will be from packs I have purchased.

  • Exactly.

    It is not uncommon for software devs to receive hardware with backend for this purpose (video game consoles for example,). Perhaps I just do understand the situation.

    Disclaimer: When I post demo clips for profiles, there will be some minimal post-processing, unless stated otherwise. I normally double-track hard L/R, and add to the main buss a small amount of EQ and a limiter/comp set pretty light as well. Sometimes I get test profiles in advance of release, though 90% of my clips will be from packs I have purchased.

  • It is not uncommon for software devs to receive hardware with backend for this purpose (video game consoles for example,). Perhaps I just do understand the situation.

    But when the backend *IS* the hang up, there is no point.

    “Without music, life would be a mistake.” - Friedrich Nietzsche

  • Hey G String how about another update?????????????;););).........or how about RM3.0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    It would be better if there were no more updates and the editor was directly released instead, since in the last update there was talk of "Release Candidate"...

    Come on, let's make a little effort at this point!

  • Yeah I getb what you mean, more working class vs high end.


    I also recognise the bigger stacks race, still some of it I still see now. Did a gig few months ago and the guy had a Marshall head and 4 x12 plus a fender hot rod as a slave ( I think....) it was so loud, sound guy had to tell him to keep turning down on his backline..interestingly he was young...I was the old fart with the digital gear...who would have thought :)

    Yeah..even on the lowest level it was an arms race..everything was stupidly loud..I was like the only guy with just one 4x12 for my recto and another 4x10 for my Steavens Poundcake..a "small rig" compared to the others..today they would it call crazy..much to much..


    Anyway..what I wanted to say is just very simple.If you're a young lad..go out and play..enjoy the band and if you don't have one do everything to find one...this is much more important than anything else.Interaction between musicians.A singer and a guitar player..the rub between you and the others. Playing on stage and doing jams as often as possible.Learning the basics..then you can get old pecefuly and think about how to produce your own stuff and what gear you need to do this.Then..you need an editor!!And Mics..and Pre's..and Midi..


    If you are in your 20s and can't rock without UI and loads of FX because you only hang at home alone in front of your pc something went wrong.