Hm, I could make the soundbanks in .fxp format work by just loading them in VST Host..but those .aupreset files I have no idea how to load up. It sure sounds nice, but I have no idea what it's like compared to a real OB-X(a)..anyone?
I just use VST Host to test out vst synths, don't own a massive sequencer like Ableton or Cubase.
Hellz yes! This is sounding both more authentic and less harsh in the treble harmonics than OP-X and is easier to use. It doesn't really need EQ corrections, but try it with Sir Elliot 1968 A Preamp for some super warmth. OBXd uses about twice as much CPU as OP-X and doesn't support voice-doubling or arpeggios, but it otherwise has a very similar feature set. I would still use OP-X for some sounds, but brighter ones are now certainly reserved for this excellent plugin! Let's hope it's equally stable and responds just as well to external controls. I also still need to try the learn function. I used the 32 bit version running in Reaper for PC.
"Lots of people are nostalgic for analogue. I suspect they're people who never had to work with it." - Brian Eno