I used the search function and didn't find this asked before.
Pro Tools 11 and forward is going to be AAX-only. If nobody makes a good VST-AAX wrapper, then that implies that Voxengo plugins won't function in those versions of Pro Tools.
Are these plugins going to be available in AAX? If I bought a plugin now, and then an AAX version is released, would I be able to download that one at that time?
And yeah, it is a bit of a pain having to deal with different formats. Whyever they don't just work with 64-bit VST ... but they don't.
With all due respect Aleksey, I think it should be a priority for you as Pro Tools will become even more mainstream DAW (among project studios) pretty soon with the introduction of Pro Tools 11.
I work with Nuendo and Pro Tools and only thing keeps me away from Voxengo plugins (at work) is no RTAS/AAX compatibility. Or the promise of it :)
I like Voxengo plugins a lot as VST though.
I hope you will seriously consider releasing AAX versions soon as this might be crucial for your business.
PS. I have already purchased quite a few Voxengo plugs. I'd hate to think I'd have to leave them behind. They are so darn useful.
I have to proclaim! I love SPAN, it's great, I love it and use it a lot. In fact...the only reason I am not upgrading from PT10 to PT11 is because SPAN is not supported. I completely endorse voxengo plugins, I think they're great! Please could you turn SPAN into AAX? I would pay money for it! For me the slope is the key feature!
I have to agreed with the previous posts regarding the AAX format. I do understand that it is more work to port all the Voxengo plugins across to AAX, but as we have all seen, the DAW developers are not standing still, Logic Pro X no longer supports 32 bit plugins and Protools 11 ditching RTAS etc. I use a lot of the Voxengo plugins and they have become my go to plugins for mastering etc,
But in our business we have to move forward with technology and in this business, time is money. By restricting your products , you are restricting your business. From what I can see of your customer base they all praise your products and don't want to stop using them, but you maybe forcing them to move to use other plugins that will provide them with the future proof support they need.
To ignore change ,is to bury your head in the sand and the only one it will effect is you.
Enough preaching, looking forward to using your plugins in all my future work.
Right now, many of my friends are looking for 64bit AAX plugins, and still, the choices are limited.
If you were fast enough, you could double your sales, Aleksey ;)
(and shhh, these are paying customers, not poor kids in their bedroom studios)
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