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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby Mimi » Sun Feb 13, 2011 10:21 pm

Very good hearing that you made AlexB...
I have some questions that maybe you can answer or anyone that else have this answer in mind...
digital compressors, the trashold acts to reduce the sound so eminently apparent.
Thresholds of compressor the nebula, not is so linear and perceptive as digital.
and aliasing in the graphics? There are not many, more make any difference to the sound? in the case of the nebula ?
More to be honest I would like to know the real difference between the threshold of compressor digital and the threshold of compressor nebula and the threshold of compressor hardware...
I know the hardware is not as linear, because of Journey of audio in components of hardware, by the laws of physics it is believed in the changes caused by this trip.
I am even very happy with the compressors, I would like to address this question to enrich the knowledge of the nebula.
For that is precisely in the threshold that I feel a big difference...
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby RJHollins » Mon Feb 14, 2011 3:17 am

Hi Mimi,

Just scanning the site ...

The threshold setting of compressors is the level
at which the [compressor] circuit becomes active.
Signal above the [initial] threshold is not acted on.

Sorry for the quick response.
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby Plec » Mon Feb 14, 2011 3:31 am

Very impressive!!!!
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby Goldfish » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:47 pm

elam wrote:Release date ?


AlexB wrote:When everything will sound good :mrgreen:


Aaah, the perfect answer. Good luck with the final tweaking, this looks to be a real monster. The solo instrument test clips sound very promising.
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby HIFIDELITY » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:24 pm

by AlexB » Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:32 pm

New demo with 10:1 ratio and -12dB gain reduction

Here the compressor works as an FX to pump the mix!

Original Mix

Mix with Waves

Mix with The Glue

Mix with CLD MB stock

Mix with CLD MB mod

*WOW! Now i no why people say they only use hardware comps on the 2-buss, The difference in sound stage is huge! It just sounds so musical with a sense of depth iv never heard in any software compressor! I was about to pull the trigger on the Mcdsp 6030 Ultimate Compressor, but after listening to this i dont think im gonna buy a software compressor again :shock: Kudos to Alex on this one!
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby Plec » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:42 pm

It's a completely different type of gel with the Alex B stuff. I hate using that word since it's so worn out, but I can't think of anything better to describe it as.

Comparing the Waves, UAD, The Glue... they all sound like software plugins. The Alex B version just sounds real and like it's actually moving some air! 8-)
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby AlexB » Mon Feb 14, 2011 9:36 pm

Thanks Plec, and the 96kHz version sounds twice better to my ears :lol:
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby lordnielson » Mon Feb 14, 2011 9:49 pm

How about releasing the 44.1 version first ? Then when Nat is ready you can do the upgraded "Pro" version.

The more compression programs the bigger focus on its forward development.
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby AlexB » Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:01 pm

No, it won't be first and after but it will be 96kHz first :mrgreen:
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Postby Mimi » Tue Feb 15, 2011 1:43 am

Actually what I like to know is: I feel a difference in (threshold) of compressor nebula with relation to (threshold) of compressor digital.
The effect of the (threshold) of the nebula, It is less noticeable than the digital compressor. Why?
And the (threshold) of compressor hardware, what is the difference with compressor nebula ?
I feel a huge difference between them, could someone explain?
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