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What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby FrankydT » Sat Sep 17, 2011 6:33 pm

Hi, after the very good AlexB's stereo panners, could someone sample a good gain, fader and MONO panner with a good range-resolution? (Also a combo of these maybe-96 Khz please)
Just like the Input gain, pan and fader of a channel.
So I can get rid of Free-G (It seems to change the sound at every tick of its controls to me)
Logic Pro's mono pan (and many other sequencers) it's only +/- 64 range, only Pro Tools has a +/- 100 range, and I can't find just one fucked Mono Pan plugin around.
Maybe I'm asking too much, but I like and search for precision into a mix.
(Am I a control maniac for you? :? :shock: :lol: )
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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby Cupwise » Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:58 am

i can't say i ever noticed any differences with freeG across the gain levels myself...
but i do like your idea of a similarly simple nebula/acqua equivolent...
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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby cpwade » Sun Sep 18, 2011 1:07 am

Don't use free-G but you bring up an incredibly valid point.
That would be useful. Great suggestion.

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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby yr » Sun Sep 18, 2011 8:12 am

Free-G has a couple of nice advantages over Nebula: you can type-in figures, the range is bigger (+18dB/+6dB) and the metering is easy to read. I don't believe it has a "sound" of it's own. Just to be sure I tested it be adding and distracting 54dB. The inverted result nulled with the original file all the way down to -147dBFS.
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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby RJHollins » Sun Sep 18, 2011 8:48 am

confirming 'yr' findings ...

FreeG nulls well within spec.

and it is CPU friendly.
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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby surbitone » Sun Sep 18, 2011 3:35 pm

Free G is fine. Don't play into placebo or it's Nebula therefore *must* sound better. Alot of misinformation gets chucked around these internets.
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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby zabukowski » Sun Sep 18, 2011 3:48 pm

Anyone find FreeG peak RMS values rather high (compared to Wavelab and IXL level meter for example)?

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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby mathias » Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:33 am

zabukowski wrote:Anyone find FreeG peak RMS values rather high (compared to Wavelab and IXL level meter for example)?

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yes, they seem to measure differently, than others.
i rely on digicheck from rme, which is a great tool, when you use rme-hardware.

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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby RJHollins » Mon Sep 19, 2011 1:40 am

zabukowski wrote:Anyone find FreeG peak RMS values rather high (compared to Wavelab and IXL level meter for example)?

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Using a sine wave @ -18dB generated by WaveLAB.

WaveLAB shows: -18dB on it's built in meters.
FreeG shows: -18dB peak and -21dB RMS
Voxengo Span shows: -18dB peak and -21dB RMS
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Re: What about a Nebula Free-G like tool? (With a good Mono Pan)

Postby farjedi » Tue Sep 20, 2011 8:20 pm

I also use free G and find it does have an effect on sound, softens it somewhat, but then i just turn it off when I'm done with it so it doesn't bother me much..
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