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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby Masr » Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:01 am

Yes, this program is really amazing. Doc Fear and APE were excellent, but this one is just mind-blowing :o; exactly my cup of tea. If I only had more powerful laptop, I would use it on every track. Thanks very much for such an incredibly affordable price. :D
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Re: Fate EQ

Postby piperboy » Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:21 am

piperboy wrote:This will be my next purchase- but until then I sooo want to hear expert opinions as I have never heard the real deal. BTW what do es this eq go well with. I know, I know use your ears. But many people rave about alex b mbc pro being exceptional with rock- how bout these?




Bought it.... Love it!!!! I have a lot to learn still, but even what it does for drums.... I am speechless. This is the eq I have been looking for 4 years!!!!!
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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby tumburu » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:17 pm

@ Masr and other APE users.

How's the loading time and CPU hit compared to the free neb-programs A*I library? If I'm hesitating to buy it it is only because I'm not sure about the efficiency of the merging of programs.
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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby Tp3 » Sat Jun 05, 2010 8:36 pm

Is THAT what they call "CREAM of the crop" ? :shock: :o

:D

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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby analoginthebox.com » Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:45 pm

Hi tumburu,

it's a bit offtopic here. Maybe a moderator can seperate our both posts and put into a new one?

Regarding the A*I 550b:

Both versions load pretty fast.
The free version (low band, peak, 3kernels) takes a quick second here on my slow office machine while the commercial version takes a "long" second.

Regarding cpu usage: If you are using a CoreII powered version of Nebula it should be the almost the same! The mid-band of the commercial version could hit a few percent more. 1-2 on an old Core2Duo in my office here.

So the commercial version offers you an optimized workflow, a slightly more colored tone (due to the preamp+eq sampling chain), but is also of higher overall quality.

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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby Veet » Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:39 am

Hmmm...
Just got the AlexB Modern White eQ PRO
This seems to be identical gear sampled or am I mistaken?
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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby fuseburn » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:15 am

No, MWC is a (modern) Rupert N**e console, this here is THE sought-after vintage N**e 1073. Same designer, but there are 30-40 years in between those 2 ;-)
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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby scooter » Sun Jun 06, 2010 5:17 pm

"Analog In the Box" does it again!!! :D
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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby Barendse » Sun Jun 06, 2010 7:54 pm

scooter wrote:"Analog In the Box" does it again!!! :D


Absolutely.
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Re: About Fate EQ (Vintage N**e 1073 from AITB)

Postby rrrobo » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:35 am

Oh man, is this still in 44.1khz?? :(
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