when I tested the eq I managed to get around 150 instances of eq loaded and working at 44.1... 50 high, 50, atten,50 low.
The low band will be your cpu drainer but should still be fairly low. Atten and High band should be almost unoticable on cpu consumption.This is because those bands are isolated.
Edit- getting feedback on this is essential for me because of making any updates to older releases. These things take time, the study for this was exceptionally long. I guess updates will get faster as I will know how to do it quicker for the future.
Congrats on the release. I'd love a 31102 in this style..it makes for such a great channel EQ, and it seems these improvements would be even more valuable when spread across many channels.
I have entirely too many EQs, including 2 Nebula pultec variants, Purple, and UA's collection.. but I'll buy this one too. If for nothing else, just to support your development with the band isolation and minimized artifacts. I'd like to try the experimental clipper too.
Great Release ! I really like that ... Sounds very cool and different from other Pt stuffZ , Works fine on Acoustic Guitars which is not always the case with other p.t releases ... The Skins rock too ! Just too bad we have to buy in Pounds + Taxes make it much more expensive than in Euros or Dollars ... Glad i bought it anyway !
TimP, I think I might have been one of guys asking for this update after hearing your fabulous blue EQ. DT V2 sounds wonderful and I can't thank you enough for your effort! Very exciting!!!
Do you have any advice on how best to run these for the ideal emulation? Preamp first, then bass, high and attn? Obviously it's nebula and one can do whatever sounds best, but I was curious (especially with the isolated bands) what gets closest to the actual EQ. Thanks!!!
Yes I think you were the original person to ask for a update, this request got asked several times after I said I would try to do a update, so I prioritised it.
Ok... So in theory you should place the pre after the low band, the reason for this is because we can add harmonics to the low end ring and create a more typical transformer saturation, basically adding harmonics to the ring On the website I suggested:
Of course there is no harm in creating your own variation.
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