V2-I've updated this to 1102 eq standard. Sonics are improved, also lower cpu.
El Enhancer is based upon a popular Enhancer eq from the 90’s. The Bass enhance gives you some serious sub treatment! Popular for EDM or when you can't get a eq to work the lows!
It’s operation uses a unique phase shift/ boost in order to get it’s eq curves. The curves are based around Equal loudness contours or known as Fletcher-Munson curves. This gives a nice enhance to any source, it’s popularly been used at mastering stage, the results are quick and easy. The sound produce by this unit is very unlike a your regular eq.
The process knob controls the mid range dips and also bass, bass amount can be adjusted separately but still needs the process control to work. I've captured the soft bass only, this is the wider enhancement on the unit. This is because it’s too hard to capture all the phase interactions using interpolation. However I feel I captured the most important aspects of the unit.
Harmonics control is simply a high shelf eq that can be used to balance out the process off the Mid-Bass preset, or it can be used by itself for a unique brilliance.
Equal Loudness style eq curves with bass control preset Harmonics/Eq high shelf preset 4 sample rates 96, 88.2 ,48 ,44.1khz New sample techniques applied for maximum transparency. JPN Skin
The tight side does not extend so much, you can get a very similar sound by applying a filter.
I'm not sure on a update for tight settings but if I did it would not be interpolated just single static settings, that would mean 100's of presets. Imho this is still very versatile set of presets and best of all the sound is totally there!
The reason for this clip i posted on u76 thread- 'I'm adding quite a few instances here and there is a reason. Mainly to show how the bass and transient stays intact better. These are small sampling tweaks, that make a big difference over many instances.
It Includes Gyrator(already released), El enhancer(already released), Blue Mu compressor 15ips T-Tape machine.
Drums by D. Palmer for Beth Porters first album Mics we used were overheads-Royer, bass-drum Pr40, snare-m201.'
Tim - sorry, I can never seem to understand this Stereo/MONO-L setting and how to tell which mode I am in. I'm using Nebula 1.3.846
When I go to KERN page I see .STEREO and above it is T, both the dot before STEREO and the T are flashing. What should I see? I know this isn't your fault but I want to have the best sound. Thank you
According to a Tech Tip: "STEREO/MONO-L: Stereo mode process L audio stream by L kernels and R audio steam by R kernels. Mono mode process L and R audio stream L kernels. If you see STEREO you are in MONO-L and vice versa if you see MONO-L. "