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post #691 of 823

Only been using Tb Isone for a few days but already loving it. Really the only negative is with the interface, namely not being able to set a default preset. If I close down TB Isone's interface and open it again, it resets to the default "welcome to isone...".

 

Is the only solution to this to have the interface always open when playing music?

post #692 of 823
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Originally Posted by Heaby View Post

Only been using Tb Isone for a few days but already loving it. Really the only negative is with the interface, namely not being able to set a default preset. If I close down TB Isone's interface and open it again, it resets to the default "welcome to isone...".

Is the only solution to this to have the interface always open when playing music?
The solution would be to purchase the TB isone.
post #693 of 823

I have purchased it. Saving a custom preset only works if I save it as one of program 33 to 64, not any custom name. And as I said it resets to the default preset the moment I close TB Isone and reopen it.

 

Is it working any differently for everyone else? If so, what am I doing wrong?

post #694 of 823
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Originally Posted by Heaby View Post

I have purchased it. Saving a custom preset only works if I save it as one of program 33 to 64, not any custom name. And as I said it resets to the default preset the moment I close TB Isone and reopen it.

Is it working any differently for everyone else? If so, what am I doing wrong?
Try saving your settings on "program#___"
post #695 of 823
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Heaby View Post

I have purchased it. Saving a custom preset only works if I save it as one of program 33 to 64, not any custom name. And as I said it resets to the default preset the moment I close TB Isone and reopen it.

 

Is it working any differently for everyone else? If so, what am I doing wrong?

It also depends on the VST host you use. I use J River Media Center to host Isone and it always stays on whatever preset I've last used, and Media Center also allows you to save presets for it (instead of the plugin), which is great to naming your own presets if the plugin doesn't it.

post #696 of 823

I'm testing J River but I prefer foobar. I'm using George Yohng's VST wrapper and I guess that's why it won't work in foobar.

Is there any other wrapper that works in foobar with TB Isone in the correct way?
 

Edit:

 

Found this: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=84947

 

Everything now works as it should.


Edited by Heaby - 8/3/13 at 11:50am
post #697 of 823
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Originally Posted by Heaby View Post

I'm testing J River but I prefer foobar. I'm using George Yohng's VST wrapper and I guess that's why it won't work in foobar.
Is there any other wrapper that works in foobar with TB Isone in the correct way?

 
Edit:

Found this: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=84947

Everything now works as it should.
You should stick with jriver, it's of a much better host for vst plugins. If tb isone doesn't work for you, you can alway try isone pro, isone pro is much easier to use for first time users it's still the one I am using. I'm also using easyQ in addition.
post #698 of 823

Is anyone using Isone with Audirvana plus?

post #699 of 823

I'll keep testing jriver but I've customized foobar to my liking and I don't want to give it up :)

I haven't tried isone pro yet but I'll try it and see if it works as well as tb isone.
 

post #700 of 823
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Originally Posted by Heaby View Post

I'll keep testing jriver but I've customized foobar to my liking and I don't want to give it up smily_headphones1.gif
I haven't tried isone pro yet but I'll try it and see if it works as well as tb isone.

 
Ive stated the TB Isone is of a more advanced version of isone pro for the user, both have the same approach but with tb isone you are able to more finely tune your desirable sound. I suggest you try isone pro version first, I found that version to give me a more "wow" affect and its also much easier to use if youre a first time user. Good luck
Link http://www.jeroenbreebaart.com/
click the JB Plugin tab and DL the bundle zip.
Edited by DarKen23 - 8/4/13 at 4:58pm
post #701 of 823
Thread Starter 

Someone from Gearslutz just told me about another HRTF headphone plugin called Ircam HEar: http://www.fluxhome.com/products/plug_ins/ircam_hear

 

Its realism is comparable to Isone I think, but it doesn't have all those controls and presets that emulate different environments and speakers, and it costs more as well. You can download the trial version and see how you like it. I see no reason to get it over Isone since it has less features and costs more. Maybe the people that don't want to fiddle with the controls of Isone might like how simple HEar is.

post #702 of 823

Gonna try this in musicbee tonight, will post results :P

post #703 of 823
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Originally Posted by ungawa View Post

Is anyone using Isone with Audirvana plus?


I run Isone Pro with my iMac and Audirvana plus.  I have custom presets designed for each of my headphones (Beyer DT880/250, Grado 225i, and ATM50).  I mainly use Isone for the HRTF function and basic eq.

 

Do you have other questions about the set-up?

post #704 of 823

Hello, I have Audirvana Plus and have downloaded Isone Pro trial on my Macbook Pro, but I'm not sure how to get this set-up started. Do I need to open certain contents within Isone Pro folder to enable it or am I missing another software component to begin with? Any insight would be greatly appreciated. 

post #705 of 823
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Originally Posted by PetSoundZoo View Post

Hello, I have Audirvana Plus and have downloaded Isone Pro trial on my Macbook Pro, but I'm not sure how to get this set-up started. Do I need to open certain contents within Isone Pro folder to enable it or am I missing another software component to begin with? Any insight would be greatly appreciated. 
You need to add the contents into the plugin or addon folder of the player.
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