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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby tumburu » Wed Feb 23, 2011 7:09 pm

They did some tweaks even on the Snap (shorter kernels).
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby tumburu » Wed Feb 23, 2011 7:11 pm

AlexB wrote:The Fairchild 670 I think no but the Phoenix for sure :D


That's the spirit! :mrgreen:

Can't wait to have that one on busses and tracks AND master buss :shock:
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby meloco » Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:44 pm

AlexB wrote:If I remember correctly the LA2A has 10ms attack time.

It has a bit strange attack characteristic – the initial phase is really fast, like 0.5ms, and then it settles slower.
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby sfunk » Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:39 pm

AlexB wrote:The Fairchild 670 I think no but the Phoenix for sure :D
Also the A*I 2500, A*I 527, N**e 33609, N**e 2254, Rupert N**e 5043, Urei 1176, T******h CL1B .... 8-)

If I remember correctly the LA2A has 10ms attack time.


Hi Alex sorry if i am getting this wrong but are you saying these comprs are up for Nebulaizing?
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby AlexB » Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:24 am

meloco wrote:It has a bit strange attack characteristic – the initial phase is really fast, like 0.5ms, and then it settles slower.


Maybe you refer at release time, I remember that the user manual says 10ms attack... Or maybe I've wrong memory and english reading :shock:

sfunk wrote:Hi Alex sorry if i am getting this wrong but are you saying these comprs are up for Nebulaizing?


Yes, from the consoles for the consoles and more 8-)
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby futur2 » Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:01 am

AlexB wrote:The Fairchild 670 I think no but the Phoenix for sure :D
Also the A*I 2500, A*I 527, N**e 33609, N**e 2254, Rupert N**e 5043, Urei 1176, T******h CL1B .... 8-)

If I remember correctly the LA2A has 10ms attack time.


yummie, yummie. looking forward. great things are coming :P
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby meloco » Thu Feb 24, 2011 5:16 pm

AlexB wrote:Maybe you refer at release time, I remember that the user manual says 10ms attack... Or maybe I've wrong memory and english reading :shock:

Yeah, sorry, it really is for release time.
And the manual states 10 microseconds, but that seems to be typo.
Sorry.
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby sfunk » Thu Feb 24, 2011 10:48 pm

AlexB wrote:
sfunk wrote:Hi Alex sorry if i am getting this wrong but are you saying these comprs are up for Nebulaizing?


Yes, from the consoles for the consoles and more 8-)



Wow. Now thats amazing! How long are we looking for each of these? All within the next 6 months. Seriously cant wait for the APIs, 33609 and the 1176! Once Neb goes 64bit on Mac i wont be using anything else. Makes me laugh/cry i bought a UAD Quad 3 months before discovering Nebula and since then then only things i use from it are the LA2A 1176.
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby AlexB » Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:08 am

meloco wrote:Yeah, sorry, it really is for release time.
And the manual states 10 microseconds, but that seems to be typo.
Sorry.


Yes, my memory fault: 10us.
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Re: Classic logic dynamics

Postby meloco » Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:36 pm

AlexB wrote:
meloco wrote:Yeah, sorry, it really is for release time.
And the manual states 10 microseconds, but that seems to be typo.
Sorry.


Yes, my memory fault: 10us.

In fact, it seems that the correct value is 10 milliseconds. Microsecond was a mistake in the manual.
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