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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Tim Petherick » Fri Nov 12, 2010 10:28 pm

I feel at this point its strong on single tracks with slow attack instruments or vocals.

If using in a drumbus it's only good to a point . Works really well for light compression though , such a great tone!!

For slaming overheads the fatfunk is real good.The attack is faster and the compression can be used alot harder, not such of a great tone though.

Mix bus the fate works perfect!!
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Goldfish » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:43 pm

The Fate can sound really fantastic on single tracks and subgroups. I have not had much luck with it on the 2-bus, it's too fast and heavyhanded for that IMO. I prefer to use analog compressors on the main mix.
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Re: Fate Compressor Uses?

Postby Barendse » Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:55 am

Goldfish wrote:The Fate can sound really fantastic on single tracks and subgroups. I have not had much luck with it on the 2-bus, it's too fast and heavyhanded for that IMO. I prefer to use analog compressors on the main mix.


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I have the fatecomp on the mix buss just for colouring
(no gain reduction). It thickens the mix nicely.

My mixbuss atm:

VBC (vintage mix buss program) ---> Vcult ---> Fatecomp (no gr)
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