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CDS releases the N-10-7T3 Classic British Console !!!

Postby cdsoundmaster » Mon Mar 28, 2016 8:52 pm

Hi everyone,

I am pleased to present the N-10-7T3 Classic British Console, bringing you an original first generation "80" series "N" mixing desk, circa 1970, based upon the original Wessex A88.

Please visit the product page for full details, manual, visualization graphs, and enjoy a free full-quality program for commercial Nebula Pro (use reverb instance for accurate response):

http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-software-online/N-10-7T3-CONSOLE-Neb.html

CDS Customers- you have received a direct link to your $10 discount via email. Please email me at mangelarts@aol.com if you need your discount link or did not receive an email.

Thanks so much and God Bless You!
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Postby THAPRODUCERZ » Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:55 pm

My gear is all packed up, so I have to ask, does this have apparent color character or is it subtle?
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Re: CDS releases the N-10-7T3 Classic British Console !!!

Postby cdsoundmaster » Mon Mar 28, 2016 11:11 pm

Hi there-
The answer is both!
It is subtle but it is what I expect to see from this series of early 70's N**e, where the inductors cause a recognizable curve in the 16-25kHz range, but flattens out more when the eq circuit is not engaged.

There is a very distinguishable affect of the harmonic content, which is slightly more when eq is engaged, slightly more cumulative when hitting the buss stage, and slightly more pronounced using mic instead of eq.

I recommend the visualization graphs to see what I mean:
http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-software-online/N-10-7T3-CONSOLE--graphs.html

Again- it is all "flat" enough that it is in fact subtle, as it is a reliable usable console, but the additive affect across a mix is that classic velvet-like warmth of N**e. It is not overt saturation like driving tape or unintentionally overdriving a console input, but the day-to-day recognizable sound of the classic.

Also of note- this is an extremely rare console, not a modern iteration of the eq section- like rackmount 500 series eq or modern AMS 1073 preamp channel, but two separate channel paths from the original 70's generation- before 1081 and 1084 modules. Makes an awesome complement to the N-TEN-AT4 channel strip :-)

I hope this helps, and when you are unpacked, enjoy the free program as well! :-)
THAPRODUCERZ wrote:My gear is all packed up, so I have to ask, does this have apparent color character or is it subtle?
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Postby THAPRODUCERZ » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:23 am

I need not try the free version, I will grab the full library. Thanks!
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Postby THAPRODUCERZ » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:26 am

Done.
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Re: CDS releases the N-10-7T3 Classic British Console !!!

Postby ceemusic » Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:51 am

Congrats on the release Michael.
I've been working with it all day, sounds great; clean open vibe, 3d & punch.
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Re: CDS releases the N-10-7T3 Classic British Console !!!

Postby jfjer379@gmail.com » Tue Mar 29, 2016 11:17 pm

what would be interesting to me is how this compares to the N14
i have no clue if this will be more useful than the N14 to me
what would the differences be ?
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Postby SWANG » Tue Mar 29, 2016 11:41 pm

^demo available...
ok, bye!!!
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Postby cdsoundmaster » Wed Mar 30, 2016 8:57 am

THAPRODUCERZ wrote:Done.


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Postby jfjer379@gmail.com » Wed Mar 30, 2016 9:02 am

SWANG wrote:^demo available...


do you mean a full demo where i can try the whole console ? im not seeing that a pre and some small parts of it is enough to evaluate it compared to a full console hehe
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