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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby nicolasmasset » Mon Jul 19, 2010 4:19 pm

I actually prefer the psp oldtimer atm over the glue.
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby Barendse » Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:46 pm

The Glue rules, 'till the moment that Nebula can sample the S*L buss compressor perfectly ofcourse ;-)

Never liked the Oldtimer btw, it sounds muffled to me.
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby scottkane » Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:58 pm

Barendse wrote:'till the moment that Nebula can sample the S*L buss compressor perfectly ofcourse ;-)


that would be a dream come true...
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby Barendse » Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:02 am

scottkane wrote:
Barendse wrote:'till the moment that Nebula can sample the S*L buss compressor perfectly ofcourse ;-)


that would be a dream come true...


Hearing the MC77 programs I think it's allready worth sampling the buss comp. Maybe the compression won't be 100%pefect but the 3d analog vibe it brings is unique.

Ratio 2/ Attack 30/ Release 100/200 please ;-)
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby scottkane » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:55 am

ngarjuna wrote:it works really well to combine a very clean and mathematical compressor + one of those programs for some mojo, for example


Sounds interesting! thanks!
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby trickster » Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:42 am

Barendse wrote:Hearing the MC77 programs I think it's allready worth sampling the buss comp. Maybe the compression won't be 100%pefect but the 3d analog vibe it brings is unique.

Ratio 2/ Attack 30/ Release 100/200 please ;-)


Hell yes!
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby rrrobo » Thu Jul 22, 2010 12:17 pm

Barendse wrote:Never liked the Oldtimer btw, it sounds muffled to me.


Muffled? It warms up the low end a bit, but doesn't take anything off the high as far as I can tell, especially in clear (non-valve) mode. Pure lush sound to me.
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Re: S*L N**e and other good compressors?

Postby Barendse » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:43 pm

rrrobo wrote:
Barendse wrote:Never liked the Oldtimer btw, it sounds muffled to me.


Muffled? It warms up the low end a bit, but doesn't take anything off the high as far as I can tell, especially in clear (non-valve) mode. Pure lush sound to me.


No problem, I don't like it.
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