III.V Is Alive!

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III.V Is Alive!

Post by scottm » Tue Jan 18, 2011 11:27 pm

After flying back from NAMM late last night, I got a few hours of sleep and rushed into the office to tackle getting III.V online. Cudos to the web team, they had some serious issues to deal with and have been burning the midnight oil for days. Lesson learned: if you try to launch 3 new web sites in one week, everything that can go wrong will go wrong. I am proud of everyone on the team. If I had to choose a group to go to war with, I would choose them.

I know that it has been a long wait for quite a few of you. I personally am not a big believer in releasing something followed by 3 bug fix releases. We spent as much time in beta testing as we felt was needed. We fought long and hard to release a great update to ReValver at a fair upgrade price. I hope that you all find that it was worth the wait.

I was going to tell you that we are starting on MK IV now, but that would be a lie....we started months ago :wink:

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by spiralsurfer » Tue Jan 18, 2011 11:41 pm

The new look website is a definite improvement. Looking forward to putting III.V to work!

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by scottm » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:00 am

Thanks for the kind words spiral.

I was going to try to fit in a little ReValver time myself tonight, but I'm too tired to lift my arms. NAMM almost did me in this year :D

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by - Dalton - » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:21 am

Good to see You Scott 8)

Hope the trip was a good one

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by scottm » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:29 am

Hey brother Dalton,

Yeah, NAMM was great. Best one in years. Looks like it's going to be a great 2011. I was out there for 8 days and the schedule tends to be a bit brutal. Of course, if I had stayed out of the bar, it might have been easier :D

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by - Dalton - » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:30 am

Ha Ha Scott hope you remembered to have a few for Us brother :)

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by scottm » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:36 am

haha...on one of the nights, I had enough for everybody!! The next morning, I was begging for the sweet release of death. :lol:

I'm definitely getting too old for that nonsense

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by - Dalton - » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:43 am

Sent ya a little request in the Pm scott

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by dimitar » Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:30 am

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by - Dalton - » Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:27 am

dimitar wrote:"Improved tube components to exhibit less aliasing noise
Removed "thumping heartbeat noise"
Should be fixed in Revalver 2 and 3 too!!!
You customers - the people deserve to have aliasing noise free version of the previous Revalver versions. This a BIG Bug and no one should pay 80$ to get it fixed!

The aliasing / thumping noise is really bad when playing on high notes.
I was talking about this some years ago...
:cry:
As scott has explained in a previous Post Dimi Version 3.5 was never about bug fixes
scottm wrote:Actually...6 new amps and 3 new effects. That would make them about $8.88 a piece. I would consider that fair. We also went way out of our way to offer many amps and effects that you can't get anywhere else. Out of all of the packages on the market, I do not know of a single one the offered more amps and effects in an upgrade for that price.

We surely appreciate your long-standing support. I think that you will really like the new amps once you dig into them a bit.

Scott Mire
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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by dimitar » Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:36 am

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by - Dalton - » Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:39 am

dimitar wrote:No one is talking about new amps and stomps.
There are people that are happy with the current amps and fx.
But this noise is a bug from many years!
And it is not about crashing or something, it is about the SOUND!
You have Micahels email address

Have a great day Dimi

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by dimitar » Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:45 am

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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by dimitar » Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:52 am

edited.


No questions at all!

Anything for peace! :)

Lest go back on playing the guitar!

Regards,
Dimi
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Re: III.V Is Alive!

Post by - Dalton - » Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:55 am

Well this Post is For Revalver Mark III.V

In a previous Post you made the statement of http://www.guitarampmodeling.com/viewto ... =1&t=12640
Dimi wrote:Awesome Michael.
Improved tube components to exhibit less aliasing noise
Removed "thumping heartbeat noise"
The best two things that could happened to Revalver!!!

Here is a sample with the new beta
Love how clean sounds 6505 default setup.
If you have further questions regarding previous versions of revalver please direct your emails to Michael at Peavey Electronics

Thankyou
Richard Dalton
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