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Csaba Huszty

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Inspired Acoustics New Pricing

PostWed Nov 29, 2023 2:11 pm

Dear Fellow Hauptwerk Organists,

I am thrilled to announce that we are introducing brand new price points to our products, using a more simplified price point scheme.

We rehearsed this model in the past couple of months and your feedback on affordability prompted us to reevaluate our pricing trajectory.

Reductions are very significant. Please see our new prices summarized here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

More background on the new pricing models:

https://www.inspiredacoustics.com/en/in ... odels/view

As a bonus, I would like to share with you a retrospective of the last 20 years of the sample set market, at least how we saw it.

https://www.inspiredacoustics.com/en/in ... story/view

The sample sets with the new prices:

https://www.inspiredacoustics.com/en/al ... ipe-organs

These new prices are in line with our last Black Friday price points -- feel free to take advantage of the reductions, for long.
Yours truly,
Dr. Csaba Huszty
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Re: Inspired Acoustics New Pricing

PostWed Nov 29, 2023 8:00 pm

Thanks, these price reductions are amazing! I bought the PAB at half the original price, and I thought it was a good deal! You're clearly selling them for a fair bit less than the market price per stop. I like the PAB a lot, but my only desire is to also have a less RAM and processor hungry ODF of it as well as the original version. It's great the way it is, but the vast majority of its many features I don't need, and it would be nice to be able to load it with less features to see if I can get 20 bit to load in 64 GB on a modern Mac, for instance, instead of just 16 bit.
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Re: Inspired Acoustics New Pricing

PostThu Nov 30, 2023 12:02 pm

Hi! Thank you for your comments, we noted them. The majority of the RAM footprint is normally taken by the release samples, even in PAB, which has a rather short reverb compared to a cathedral. In PAB Gravissimo, the release sample take almost 50% of the total RAM usage of the sample set and Hauptwerk combined. If you load the organ without release samples, the organ and Hauptwerk together will use a bit less than 30 GB of RAM (24-bit compressed), so even if you load it with 250 ms truncation for allowing pipe stopping transients to speak and cut off the reverb only, you will still very likely be able to fit it into a 64 GB RAM-equipped system and then you can apply reverb in post processing.
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