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Postby edwardbajista@gmail.com » Thu Dec 20, 2012 4:53 pm

hi all., recently'm happy owner of a new nebula pro, however, my limited experience with analog products and free demos nebula with limited functions, like give me your opinion and experiences. What nebula limiter-compressor will have better performance for use in low and drums (which are instruments that are recorded with a lot of dynamics not needed for my projects)., Which flatten into sound so extreme and fast attack?
Thanks in advance for your opinions ,saludosss.
ps: sorry for the translations speak Spanish.
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Re: limiter-compressor for bass and percussion

Postby Definity » Thu Dec 20, 2012 5:04 pm

Well nebula/analog limiters are not like digital ones. The one that pops to mind is Fate by AnalogInTheBox it has a limiter in that and its attack is a fixed 5ms and release is variable from 100ms upwards..
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Re: limiter-compressor for bass and percussion

Postby botus99 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 7:50 pm

Take a look at the Rayphlex, TDC (the drum compressor), and the 2 compressors (G76 & Kultcomp) from Cupwise, CDSoundmaster, and Gemini Audio, respectively.

http://www.cupwise.com/cup/rayphlex661x2-a/
http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-softw ... ebPro.html
http://www.gemini-audio.net/index.php?r ... duct_id=64


Alternatively, take a look at some of the "MOJO" presets from Henry Olonga.

http://www.nebulapresets.com/?product_c ... la-presets

They will essentially add the real analog color/vibe/mojo from hardware compressors, just the tone, so that you can add that in front of any algorithmic plugin to get much closer to the analog sound of the unit. Hope you understand that babble, this coffee just isn't cutting it today.
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Re: limiter-compressor for bass and percussion

Postby Enclave » Fri Dec 21, 2012 12:54 am

botus99 wrote:Take a look at the Rayphlex, TDC (the drum compressor), and the 2 compressors (G76 & Kultcomp) from Cupwise, CDSoundmaster, and Gemini Audio, respectively.

http://www.cupwise.com/cup/rayphlex661x2-a/
http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-softw ... ebPro.html
http://www.gemini-audio.net/index.php?r ... duct_id=64


Alternatively, take a look at some of the "MOJO" presets from Henry Olonga.

http://www.nebulapresets.com/?product_c ... la-presets

They will essentially add the real analog color/vibe/mojo from hardware compressors, just the tone, so that you can add that in front of any algorithmic plugin to get much closer to the analog sound of the unit. Hope you understand that babble, this coffee just isn't cutting it today.


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Re: limiter-compressor for bass and percussion

Postby lipa » Sat Dec 22, 2012 2:06 am

And don't forget to set up seperate Nebula Compressor dll with different settings (the prog rate as far as I remember) for faster response.. this really bring those compressors to life. You will find instructions how to do it in gemini compressors thread on this forum or in the manuals of his compressors. For drums I'd first try the rayphlex.. then kult comp.. then the rest mentioned, and don't forget 4KD from alex. The 4kd buss comp run on nebula comp instance is so much better.. ;)
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Re: limiter-compressor for bass and percussion

Postby edubass » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:58 am

many thanks to all for the lighting., soft-limiter combination nebula gave me good results. musical greetings
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