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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Mirco » Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:33 pm

i posted my opinion on facebook...for me it works very very good on acoustic guitars. you turn it on and it sounds like a record. :mrgreen:

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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Barendse » Mon Nov 08, 2010 11:50 am

cupraikso wrote:It's always on my mix buss.

Sometimes it is too colorful, and sometimes is best to leave the kick drum out of the mix buss compression, but it does something magical.


Be carefull when you use it on the mix buss. Recently I had to remove the plug from the mix buss because of strange release behaviour.
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby cupraikso » Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:38 pm

Can you be more specific?
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby dacaveprods » Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:57 pm

Yeah, what settings etc....
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Barendse » Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:21 pm

Some sort of pumping effect. Happend only in a small part of the song. I Couldn't remove it by changing the settings (ratio/release/lookahead).
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby highvoltage » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:39 am

I had great results with mixbus so far, but i only set the threshold to the point it just peaks in here and there around 0.5 reduction. And it already has a very strong colour.

On individual tracks i never could go beyond 2 db of reduction before the attack started to act very strange. (sometimes i hear a breakup kind of sound, like a very fast double attack) Also i have noticed in the edit page the program rate has a fixed amount which i couldn't reduce.

anyway if you keep it low it can add a punch that i couldnt achieve with other tools so far. Especially in the low end region.
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby surbitone » Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:59 pm

I'm not a fan of N**e compression on the 2 buss at all, 2254, 33609 whatever, they are not ideal for program compression at all, except for the rarest of occasions where it might aesthetically work for a particular track for whatever reason. Inserted flat over the mix-buss is a different ball game though ;)
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby dacaveprods » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:04 pm

surbitone wrote:I'm not a fan of N**e compression on the 2 buss at all, 2254, 33609 whatever, they are not ideal for program compression at all, except for the rarest of occasions where it might aesthetically work for a particular track for whatever reason. Inserted flat over the mix-buss is a different ball game though ;)



Agreed, it really rounds things off in a pleasing way
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Yllet » Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:41 am

surbitone wrote:I'm not a fan of N**e compression on the 2 buss at all, 2254, 33609 whatever, they are not ideal for program compression at all, except for the rarest of occasions where it might aesthetically work for a particular track for whatever reason. Inserted flat over the mix-buss is a different ball game though ;)


So true. For example I really want to like the 33609, but having a hard time :) Too "snappy" for my taste.

/Jon
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby woeischris » Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:19 pm

Another vote for drum buss. What it does to heavily distorted guitars and really dirty bass is just magical. R2R + TB + Fate Comp = a much, much easier mix.
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