AlexB wrote:The reason is simple: some guys have asked for 44.1kHz programs so from my last release I'll do all libraries in both sample rate. If you like 96kHz go for it, if you like 44.1kHz go for this. More choice at the same price Alex
i think you missunderstud me since im one of these guys asking for 44.1k programs!
my thought was to help you making both versions (96k + 44.1k) much faster than sampling twice!
i explain again:
run the wavefile from nat through the hardware in 96k. after that you'll have the processed file in 96k. now make a copy and convert it to 44.1k. you should be able now to deconvolve the file within a 44.1k nat session.
if you still have the processed wavfiles from old releases you may be able to make 44.1k versions with this procedure...
Although I don't know how AlexB performs is 'magic', AND in consensus with a previous statement, I certainly hope that an SRC from 96->44 is NOT performed in order to save time. For the simple reason that I have NOT been able to purchase an SRC that is 100% flawless in conversion. The 'better' that I've experienced has been 88->44.
As mentioned, confidence is HIGH on the quality from one of AlexBs' libraries [including the 'restoration/calibration of the source equipment].
Much appreciated ... as we look forward to when HE feels the release is ready. Thank-you AlexB
vicnestE wrote:The first attack when drums kick in seems suffering from the same problem with AITB compressors: the attack is too slow for larger gain reduction and causes a huge impact on first loud signal. The phenomenon is more obvious on individual tracks.
Yes, but in this case it's deliberate to give more impact at the sound, it happens with AUTO release only but you can set the AHEAD control if you like a more controlled initial attack. (Who has done the mix is a mix engineer which works daily with the SSL4000).
However Nebula-Compressor is very good but not perfect... It will be improved in the future by Giancarlo But better than any plugin. The Glue sounds good BUT not emulate properly the original GComp, it has some wrong attack/time and frequency response. The Waves GComp doesn't sound so good but it is the more close emulation, physically.
About 96 and 44.1kHz release, I prefer to sample in both case instead to convert the library. 88.2->44.1 or 96->44.1 are the same, I haven't seen any differences with Saracon.