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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby Gemini Audio » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:10 am

jeffbdavis wrote:
Gemini Audio wrote:Gemini Audio will do the A*I 2500.


Hurry up and take my money! :)


The G2500 has been released!!

http://www.gemini-audio.net/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=71


It is also included in the new Compressor Bundle Vol.1:

http://www.gemini-audio.net/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=72
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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby cdsoundmaster » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:33 am

I can verify the Sontec is coming soon!!! :D
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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby Tim Petherick » Wed Sep 18, 2013 7:58 pm

C*mpex is finished but I'll wait for release....

I don't want to clash against other compressor releases
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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby drecchiarex » Wed Oct 02, 2013 1:19 pm

Regarding EQs "not done yet", I suppose I can "add" the Massive Passive to the list given the recent events.

Can someone please do the Massivo, please at 96Khz, and please put the boost/cut together on one program?

To me, the tone of the Massivo is more important than having every single possible combination of bands together.
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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby Tim Petherick » Wed Oct 02, 2013 1:35 pm

drecchiarex wrote:Regarding EQs "not done yet", I suppose I can "add" the Massive Passive to the list given the recent events.

Can someone please do the Massivo, please at 96Khz, and please put the boost/cut together on one program?

To me, the tone of the Massivo is more important than having every single possible combination of bands together.


I have a friend who has a mp. I'm not sure if I could borrow it long enough to do though...

I would like to speak to analog in the box before attempting it too.
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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby drecchiarex » Wed Oct 02, 2013 1:51 pm

DO IT!

BTW, just got the vintage tube amp....

I mean, what have you done? How are you getting that saturation? It's incredible!

Just used it with Klanghelm DC8C (nothing against Neb comps, just wanted clean comp with Neb saturation). Wow, this is the type of super character saturation I always wanted Nebula to do. The boosts are super smooth too.
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Re: The best EQualizers not done yet (sontec, buzz, ...) +co

Postby Tim Petherick » Thu Oct 03, 2013 9:57 am

drecchiarex wrote:DO IT!

BTW, just got the vintage tube amp....

I mean, what have you done? How are you getting that saturation? It's incredible!

Just used it with Klanghelm DC8C (nothing against Neb comps, just wanted clean comp with Neb saturation). Wow, this is the type of super character saturation I always wanted Nebula to do. The boosts are super smooth too.

Thanks for your comments.

I'm doing some different things on the sampling stage but i'm not sure if they have a such a drastic effect on harmonics.I have other presets I have made with a good amount of drive while doing tests, but this one is by far the most musical result I've got so far with drive.
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