For the very first time I've been finally using a comp for Nebula, I thought I'd never see something I liked. Tim did an incredible work on this one, it actually behaves like a comp and not just something trying to follow the signal and apply some weird dynamic control. The A5D by AlexB has some of this behavior and it's really smooth (smooth as "good compression" not as "mellow"). Even the slow programs are fast enough to catch peaks and sudden changes in dynamics which is something where 99% of comps in Nebula suffer from, IN MY OPINION.
I've always been in love with the CL1B , the real thing, because it's soooo smooth and fattens things up the way I like. Maybe I'm biased here because of that but this Bluecomp has that feeling.
When Titanium was released I digged its tone a lot and I still do, it has that nice way to add color which fattens up everything it touches. Unfortunately, I never really liked the way it behaves (and I tried to love it, trust me... just because of that tone it has). Thanks for working on this piece of gear, Tim! I'm so happy to have that T-T sound with this smooth behavior in the box!
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If anyone is curious I mastered this new song using the BluMu on the masterbus as a test. Sounds good to me now using is on almost every track on the new song I'm mixing. loving it. very versatile and fat.