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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby richie43 » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:16 pm

Thanks Eric. Ok, a little more detailed question then; If I am mixing/mastering completely ITB and using Nebula to emulate the analog signal chain, would this preset go before or after a console out preset? I am guessing after....? Great sounding preset, by the way. You are a lucky guy to have all of that nice analog gear!
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:33 pm

If your using a console Bus emulation as well, I would use it as part of the mastering chain post console.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby richie43 » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:37 pm

rhythminmind wrote:If your using a console Bus emulation as well, I would use it as part of the mastering chain post console.


Or replace the console emulation with the powered buss?
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:41 pm

Yes, that would be a correct use.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby richie43 » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:47 pm

Thanks again Eric. Great sounding plugin, for sure!
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby elam » Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:30 pm

rhythminmind wrote:I recommend at the end of the master or group Bus chains, before any compression (if using any on the master). I suggest trying it from the start of a mix session, Might be surprised how much little EQ you use elsewhere.



Man got taste ! I understand why this one lives on your 2-bus chain.Again fantastic pick Eric... I think I starting to be a "PA" guy (man, this MC77 sounds so good!).

I'm geeking here too but :

1- Did you dial a little EQ for this preset (if yes which band)?
2-Just test the demo here,but did you sampled the 2 EQ bands for the full version ?
3-I uber geeking now (it's for my musical gear perpetual education)but did you sample the 2009 reissue or the original one ?

Again you got taste Eric! Thanks a lot for this release.This tiny box's really a insane little MF!
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:05 pm

elam wrote:
Man got taste ! I understand why this one lives on your 2-bus chain.Again fantastic pick Eric... I think I starting to be a "PA" guy (man, this MC77 sounds so good!).

I'm geeking here too but :

1- Did you dial a little EQ for this preset (if yes which band)?

Yes, these are very broad program EQ's. As most do, I have mine slightly emphasizing Both Low & high. Extremely broad shelf's centered at 50hz & the "AIR" band. In combination with the summing amp beforehand you get this.
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2-Just test the demo here,but did you sampled the 2 EQ bands for the full version ?


Not yet, this isn't intended to be used as a variable EQ. It should be used as a bus/channel coloring tool.

3-I uber geeking now (it's for my musical gear perpetual education)but did you sample the 2009 reissue or the original one ?

This is the later manufactured by Purple With the Ed Anderson transformers
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby elam » Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:02 pm

Thanks for all this infos.

Very nice addition to the Nebula boat.

rhythminmind wrote:Not yet,

If you do so, let the people know.As for the L-401 Console (the rest of it ! :lol: ).

Thx Eric.
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby Yllet » Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:10 pm

I like it! Gr8 work
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Re: STN - Powered Bus

Postby tbentley » Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:17 pm

Is the chain something like this

EQ ---> Tape ---> TB+ ---> VTMM2 ---> Power Bus ---> Limiter
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