Its really a shame you are not getting the attention you should get. I cant believe that. As I wrote in the Rayphlex thread, you are the only one until now in the nebula world that knows how to make a compressor work. Everytime I show Nebula to someone here in my studio and they ask me about compressors, I just load one of yours and they smile instantly. I think acustica's should pay you cause you were the only one that came out with an approach to sampling that really made a difference, a HUGE difference: from NOT working to WORKING. I could easily trash all my other libraries cause they simply DO NOT WORK. Yours? YES THEY DO. Is it enough?
Thanks Tim for this very cool compressor. It's been fun being part of the Nebula world for the past year-ish, I seem to have come into this crazy technology precisely when some very amazing changes were about to take place (and did!). All of the devs have stepped up their "game", I think, with some of the best Nebula offerings from all of them. We have seen some huge growth from some some-what new devs, like Gemini, Gene Lennon, and of course, our beloved Henry. But I think if there were some awards for Nebula development, you sir would be hands down the recipient of the "Most Earth Shaking And Revotionary New Development" award with your freakin'-awesome compressors. Thanks dude!
thanks for all the great compliments guys. i've just finished part B, which has the soft knee comp, and another pass-through program. this soft knee version also uses RMS style detection, whereas the hard knee one from part A uses peak style, and this is according to the hardware. with the hardware, you switch between hard knee + peak to soft knee + RMS.
also the comp and pass-through programs from part B were sampled with an eq module (actually two, since these programs are all sampled in stereo) in the chain. no eqing was actually used, it was just in there to add an ever so slight bit of color. the programs in part A did not have the eq in the chain. so all of these things should make for a bit of a different sound between the stuff in parts A and B.
price is a bit lower for this one. i just did this to make it a bit more enticing...