the Modern Flagship Dynamics has been released!!! new generation compressor
The Modern Flagship Dynamics has set new standards as the ultimate analogue processor and has become the signature of excellence for the world’s premier engineers, producers and studios. This compressor is very usable and controls most situations effortlessly and musically, with a smooth or hard knee, a sweet top-end and powerful lows, with less aggression than a classic RMS compressor. Modern Flagship Dynamics manages to sound clean but with character without being weak and harsh. There is little apparent colouration, just a maturity of tone. With its 100kHz bandwidth the Modern Flagship Dynamics has been engineered to deliver recordings at the best conceivable quality onto any format at any sample rate, maintaining all the energy, atmosphere and life of the original performance as perfectly as possible.
MFD has been sampled at 44.1kHz and 96kHz in a professional recording studio with custom converters built specifically for NAT3. This innovative system establishes a new standard for the audio quality in the Nebula universe. All past libraries released will be updated soon at this new stellar sound at both frequency rate.
- As I have written this is a new generation and the new technique allow ultra fast without lose the quality of sound. The fastest reply at this question is: try the DEMO, which I have spent time to do it...
You didn't say anything about how fast it is to react.. giving attack times of 1ms would suggest it reacts fast.
But the RATE in the demo is still set at 2.666 ms which would mean it can't react faster than that, right?
Thing is, with the demo (ratio fixed at 3:1) with a slower attack and fast release and smacking the threshold down on a rocky drum group, that gain-reduction meter seems to jump up and down _really_ fast ... and more importantly, it sounds quite good.
Can you explain a bit to calm my nerves? I thought that Nebula can only react as fast as the programrate, which can't go lower than 2.666ms in your program. That's why other 3rd party devs go to a special program that can go as low as 0.41ms (in exchange for extremely high cpu usage). Essential to nail the sounds of - for example - a 1176 in ALL-buttons mode I thought.
But from a really quick test this seems to sound alright.. as does CDSM's 160comp which can smack a lot. Can you explain a bit what - if anything - has changed?
No no no please, avoid this kind of debate. I can't tell nothing about it. Sorry but I haven't time for these discussions about tricks & tracks which my library doesn't need. This MFD sound really close to the original unit. Try it, if you like it: use it. Stop. Thanks.