When the input gain is boosted and the out is attenuated to get the right level out. (experienced with Cupwise C660, Nebula-Cupwise with adjusted .xml, as in the Cupwise C660 manual http://www.cupwise.com/fx/product-manuals/C_660.pdf); Levels are good live but as soon as the batch starts (with all kernels TIMED), the output level is 8 to 10 db higher than in live. In the live test only the clean kernel was running TIMED.
I had to set input gain close to neutral to get the right output level for a batch.
That is not the way a batch is supposed to work?
I can hardly imagine all kernels running TIMED make that much of a gain difference as opposed to just the clean kernel running TIMED.
I have a feeling that a high input gain, while running fine in live situation, can clip Nebula when in batch.
Last edited by Gorgol on Wed Jun 29, 2016 11:35 am, edited 4 times in total.