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Fast Attack
30
19%
Medium Attack
18
11%
Slow Attack
7
4%
Fast Release
34
21%
Medium Release
13
8%
Slow Release
4
3%
High Ratio
18
11%
Moderate Ratio
23
14%
Low Ratio
13
8%
 
Total votes : 160

Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:17 pm

miro wrote:this is what I get:
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(for germany)


Fixed. PM/email if you have any issues.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby cfunck » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:45 pm

My 2 cents...
These compressor programs sound simply amazing. I can´t believe people are not praising it enough. For me it´s a total breakthrough in digital compression. Things sound punchy and 3d and Eric's sound demo shows it all. The compressed version brings all the harmonic content of the unprocessed version, keeping it natural but more upfront.

It´s not only about transient excitement. Waves S*L, and others do bring that to the table as well, but in that flat classic plugin sound. Not as musical as this beast.

Try it on the 2bus and you´ll be very surprised as well.

Tweeking it is far easier than I thought and it´s all about threshold and release settings. Increasing input gain also changes things quite nicely. As a comparison, I feel Fate compressor has a very small sweetspot while 165a is capable of many nuances if we think of its limited parameters available.

Congratulations Eric! First your Amp Deluxe programs, which are unbelievable. Now this 165a release changed the game for me. I really don´t care if it sounds close to the hardware, it just sounds very good and that´s enough.

I'm 100% sure if this were released by Alex B or Cdsoundmaster this topic would have 20 pages of prasing posts. I guess people are still hearing with their eyes.

Give it a try and support the awesome work Eric has done.
Prices are ridiculously low for what you get.

GIVE IT A TRY!
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby Guest » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:58 pm

thanks! working....
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby Mimi » Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:25 pm

More than that i talked to my words, this compressor is fantastic, very well done, I was among the first people to buy, I am sincere in talking, I want to see the work of Eric at another level of success... As Bruce Lee in fighting, the work of Eric is impeccable, in most part of lojistic in the site, I know it will improve, and sure their products will be among the best sellers.
Eric is brilliant as an engineer, and a great listener. Is missing a Manual, with explanations of use. But that's no problem, the important is that the compressor is Fantastic.
I support this work, why Eric is a Genius, and I want new tools.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby rhythminmind » Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:44 pm

Thanks everyone. Good to see this is getting some good use. Would love it hear it in action. Feel free to post clips.

On a side note: At the moment I'm switching between the 4:1 & LoFi on some drum overheads. Maybe it's just me but I love the LoFi contrast when really abused. Great for little breaks. Every Nebula capture I create starts with my own desire/need.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby Mimi » Wed Dec 01, 2010 11:05 pm

Amazing, first finally an attack, that works, not equal to the hardware course, more one that is not static, and not do shit when we mixed a song... I'm working on it now, with atacks variables, I liked.
It's functional within the limitation of the nebula, and I believe it is a matter of habit.
I do not make comparisons with the digital scroll compressors, because they have an effect Voodoo Attack " guessed what will be compressed" The flash , and compressors analog is a bit slower, because of the slew rate, which is great for a vintage sound, and the 165A is what I was seeking. Good work and a great compressor.
A question, the hardware , the atack goes from 400ms until 1 second, in Program nebula, the atack is 0 until 8.00 , is the same sampling with only a change of number?
Exemple: 0 = 400ms and
8.00 = 1 second
It is this thought or am I wrong?
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby Mirco » Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:50 am

wow, i like the lo-fi program very much for breaks & beats! very good!!!!!! 8-)
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby SWAN » Thu Dec 02, 2010 2:08 am

I think this will be used on hi hats and percussion for me - give it a great 'bite'...

I would also love some longer attack times...

The lofi is meant to take all the LF right?
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby rhythminmind » Thu Dec 02, 2010 2:45 am

SWAN wrote:I think this will be used on hi hats and percussion for me - give it a great 'bite'...

I would also love some longer attack times...

The lofi is meant to take all the LF right?


Interesting I can see that, I think the 165 20:1 & 4:1 fits really well with Kick/Bass/instrument channels/heavy bus, & the 2:1 for smoother Bus/vocal/string type tasks.
& yes the "LoFi" cuts the LH & HF. Think Talkback mic.
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Re: signaltonoize.com - 165a - Nebula Programs - RELEASED

Postby Mimi » Thu Dec 02, 2010 3:12 am

A question, the hardware , the atack goes from 400ms until 1 second, in Program nebula, the atack is 0 until 8.00 , is the same sampling with only a change of number?
Exemple: 0 = 400ms and
8.00 = 1 second
It is this thought or am I wrong?
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