Lets say one chip's price is ten dollars (as in fmdrive) then yeah I suppose that price kinda works out.
On their website it says authentically emulates 15 vintage 8-bit era sound chips (on top of their variants).
Then again computer music magazine just gave away a whole analogue modelled modular synth vsti called bastille for free in this issue...
@sweden: Good to get a heads up that its actually useful and worth the price...might get it in a couple of months. Maybe I'll try super PSG first tho...cos its sega master system...sega was always better.
But I would like to add that regarding the pricing of VSTi, sometimes it not what a VSTi is worth that matters but rather how the developer can move the most units (make the most sales) in the fastest possible time (during the hype phase) in order to maximise profit, which can be used to pay programmers for the next project....personally, I would buy plogue chipsounds today if it was £25, tomorrow if it was £40, but as it stands at £75.60 I'm thinking...yeah...maybe in a couple of months.
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