Ok I’ll start it off…
Tapestop - May become obsolete to the new elastic audio. From that video in the other thread it looks like Tapestop may be on it’s way out.
T-Racks 3 Deluxe - The included Cubase fx are great. I heavily use the EQs. The pretty big GUIs in T-Racks, the Metering plugin, the Opto and Vint Comp get the most use. I use the Lin Phase on the master bus. Everything else hasn’t really been used. I also found use for the Cubase Vintage Comp.
Camelphat - Throw it on drums every now and then. Might just use the included plugins and T-Racks more.
Fish Fillet - free bundle, but rarely used. It hadn’t even made a Cubase 5 project. It’s probably on the way OTD.
URS Strip Pro - I’m over it. I like processing with seperate plugins. The strip is nice, but the options are overwhelming. The Cubase EQ is more functional for me. The T-Racks comps and Cubase comps serve me better workflow-wise. I don’t hear a sound difference in the comps. I had this one mapped nicely to my Novation SL Compact too. Too bad.
Sonnox - Inflator, Limiter, TranMod… It’s Sonnox… Nothing like it! It’s here to stay PERIOD!
Sonalksis TBK 1-3 - Kool different plugins. Not used much, but when they are the simplicity is beautiful. They made it thru this cut.
AutoTune - Haven’t tried the Cubase alternative yet, but since I do rap/hip-hop it’s staying this round. Will try the Cubase alternatives heavily when I can.
Recent draft pick: SoundToys Native Bundle. Fuggin’ EchoBoy is the TRUTH!!!
NI Komplete - won’t be replaced, but don’t expect it to be.
Atmosphere/Trilogy - Here to stay, hopefully soon upgraded, but they are still great.
Sylenth1 - Nice easy and pretty interface. Will try to use the included Steiny synths alot more tho.
FL Studio/Reason - Don’t use either, but both are staying because others in my crew use them.
Future draft picks: HalionSonic, Omnisphere, Trillian, NI Maschine.
Ok who’s next???