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STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:03 am

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*Sought after makeup gain/bus amplifier. Inspired by the Ampex tape deck repro push-pull circuit.
*Elegant discrete component signal path.
*Flattering frequency response.
*Stereo signal path/image.
*Captured @ 24/96.
*-20 & -18 calibration standards.

DEMO
Quality/Kernel limited DEMO program – LEVel Up-DEMO.zip

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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby richie43 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:05 am

Muuust gettttt nowwww........


You guys bug me. I keep getting every one you release, and they sound great! Stop it. Right now! :D
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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby Guest » Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:24 pm

Sorry if this question is a bit stupid, but mentioning the "gain" thing and ampex: Is it somewhat comparable to TB+?

I guess I'll have to buy it. I'm floored with NAG...so...STN is my man atm!

Edit: Nevermind the first question. Thinking about it, it's not. Either way I'm gonna test this in just a bit! :mrgreen:


EDIT 2: only 96k or will you add 44.1?
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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby sneaky » Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:27 am

how does the developer use this?
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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby vicnestE » Thu Sep 29, 2011 11:07 am

The photos are gorgeous 8-)

The demo program sound pretty good.

What are the differences between the normal nebula preamps and these Gain Stage ones?
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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby rhythminmind » Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:00 pm

sneaky wrote:how does the developer use this?


The actual hardware is the final makeup gain on my summing mixer. The Nebula program works well on any bus that you want to have more presence or needs some"de-mudding"

vicnestE wrote:The photos are gorgeous 8-)

The demo program sound pretty good.

What are the differences between the normal nebula preamps and these Gain Stage ones?


Thanks, macro photography is a little side hobby of mine.

Calling these a preamp isn't technically correct. This isn't a micpre.
This is a boutique makeup gain stage for a console summing section. The designer originally used this design to clean up the master bus of a transformer coupled N**e.
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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby tbentley » Thu Sep 29, 2011 7:41 pm

Should be place at the beginning of the mix buss chain or at the end.
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Re: STN - LEVel Up Gain Stage – Nebula Program

Postby rhythminmind » Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:30 pm

I'd place it 1st.
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