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  1. https://www.izotope.com/en/products/effects-instruments/ddly-dynamic-delay/ Easy to use and cool sound, it takes a bit of ram though (around 125mb). Just thought I'd post it here since I didn't see a post about it yet. Stops being free March 10.
  2. Hello everyone. Recently I've found myself using too much sfz libraries instead of synthesizing sounds by my own, and also I think part of doing that is my fear of not knowing what I'm doing. I consider myself a very antiquated or classical musician, I prefer orchestral music over electronic music (that doesn't mean I don't like it) and maybe that's why I also find my self very dependant of orchestral or real instruments sfz / plugins. So I'm here to ask for some help on how can I "grow up" and let all this orchestral thing apart to learn more about electronic souds or how to make music without having all the "classical" thing in my head while I do it (like tending to use classical instruments for example).