Nooorway wrote:There seems to be a little more "meat" and kick in the B sample. But there is a little more open room for the snare rolls in A and not so much smearing or contamination between sounds as in B. I would pick one or the other depending on what context the drums should be used in.
i totally agree. i personally prefer the B version now, for it has a good constant punch in the low and 200 hz area. judging from the last demos, nebula should be the B version, cause its a bit darker
maybe the unit has a gentle roll off, and it adds up with a lot of instances?
AlexB wrote:I'm planning to do an "interpolate continuous gain" version for this, and other similar eqs... As free upgrade for the customers
Appreciating your effort (as always), but in my book it's not that useful in this particular situation. A*I 550 isn't continuous gain - I always tried my best to not accidentally choose the interpolated A*I 550 patches from nebula-programs but rather stick to the stepped ones, since the interpolated effect was pretty "fake". Either you boost 2 dB or 0 dB, that's A*I ! but that's - as always - my humble opinion.
I prefer A by far. The "density" around 200 hz in the B area sounds like plugin-mud to me. I'd be surprised if A was the Waves A*I.