Here a short demo of EXTREME compressing over an EXTREMED COMPRESSED piece of song. Don't blame the quality, original was a mp3 and I just bounced using small loudspeakers of a MBP. At the same settings a bassline which normally rings like a crazy using old nebula libraries appears completely fine.
It is a quick demo of our incoming xx76 emulation, tuned at FASTER rates than the original compressor. Release time infact is around 10 times faster than original xx76
Look at shapes. Threshold was pretty low, around 30dB of compression, attack is more or less 0.2 ms but with even a predelay and release is around 50 ms. Final tune is even louder, around 1-2 dB louder (we reached -4, for the sake of loudness war)
Now start dreaming.... think when it will be ALSO a multiband compressor.... and we just started coding again the dsp engine just 1 months ago, after a stop of around 6 years. It is really a promising tech
Now that is some good sounding fast pumping. No distortion that I can hear on the front end of the attack before the drums kick in. It also really brings out the vibrato on the vocals. Smooth sustain despite the fast settings. Buttery.
Very impressive so far, giancarlo.
Let's hear a 2500 demo! Thrust button! Punch me in the chest and then take my money. Take it all...
giancarlo wrote:we have a long list of things to sample, we already started. On 15-9 we'll sample a ml2, than a monster comp around the end of the month, than a drawm, shad h, multiband ttech, and son on.
For all the compressors you listed, are they going to be Acqua plugins or any of them offered as Nebula libraries? I know now Acqua products can be loaded into Nebula (server at least), but wonder if these will be all in the same price range.