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Re: Question about Cupwise Creamy 660 Pass-through program

Postby enriquesilveti » Sat May 17, 2014 8:50 am

Melon_Jack wrote:Yeah, Cupwise, but it's not compressing) It's OVERCOMPRESSING) I love compression, but not overcompressoon. That is) Listen to my example. Seems like there's more than 20 dB of GR.


Use parallel compression.
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Re: Question about Cupwise Creamy 660 Pass-through program

Postby Melon_Jack » Sat May 17, 2014 12:16 pm

For what?) For coloring track? Only thing i want from this program - color. A liiiiitle compression is OK (1-2 dB) but not the whole range.
I think, you should change manual. Because it's not pass-through program. Henry Olonga Mojos - it's pass-through. 660 Pass-through this is compressor programs. And i don't like them for this if the problem cannot be solved.
Sorry for my bad english =))
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Re: Question about Cupwise Creamy 660 Pass-through program

Postby SWAN » Sat May 17, 2014 2:44 pm

cant you lower the input levels?
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Re: Question about Cupwise Creamy 660 Pass-through program

Postby Cupwise » Sun May 18, 2014 12:43 am

there are 4 pass throughs.
a, b, c, and d


only one of them (d) was driven to extreme levels, with the intention of making a more extreme effect.

if you want a subtle effect

don't use that one.

you're trying to use something for a purpose that it wasn't made for. use a, b, or c.

or lower trim control.

there is no problem that needs solved here, you're just using something that was designed as an extreme effect and expecting subtle results. use a b or c. or lower trim.
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Re: Question about Cupwise Creamy 660 Pass-through program

Postby Cupwise » Sun May 18, 2014 1:29 am

straight from the manual:

"
Pass-through D- The oddball of the group. It was sampled with a (black) 1176 driving the 660, and another after it to bring the level back down. This one produces more
saturation than B or C. Because of its extreme nature it may not always produce nice results, so consider it as a bonus which was designed specifically for saturation effects (which is an area Nebula has limitations with).
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Re: Question about Cupwise Creamy 660 Pass-through program

Postby Melon_Jack » Mon May 19, 2014 5:18 am

OK, i got it. Stopped complaining)
Anyway, 660 is a great library. Played with it last few days and all i can say - I LOVE IT. It's really creamy! For me best choice for vocal and bass (not so heavy bass). Instant rounding and velvet sound.
Thanks, Cupwise!
Sorry for my bad english =))
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