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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby Support » Tue Feb 23, 2016 6:40 pm

Ultramarine2 (CORE7) is under beta test.

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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby Avgatzeblouz » Tue Feb 23, 2016 7:40 pm

nice...
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby giancarlo » Tue Feb 23, 2016 8:11 pm

in a future version we'll deconvolve using new envelope followers, they are waaaay more reliable, little aliasing, closer envelope follower timings and shapes. This incoming version is anyway necessary, because you have the same sound and core7, so we need this intermediate step.
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby Avgatzeblouz » Tue Feb 23, 2016 8:59 pm

Hey G., are you answering the question I posted on the Amethyst forum ?
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby Acusticaaudiouser33 » Sat Feb 27, 2016 10:24 pm

giancarlo wrote:in a future version we'll deconvolve using new envelope followers, they are waaaay more reliable, little aliasing, closer envelope follower timings and shapes. This incoming version is anyway necessary, because you have the same sound and core7, so we need this intermediate step.


Hi Acustica Audio team,
it's great to hear that you will be looking into improving Ultramarine after going Core 7. I mean it was really quite on the expensive side and therefore I'm glad to see you caring for the product and make it an futureprood investment.
Frankly, I'm always worried to get left behind with my Acustica purchases when you write on the forum: We have an improved Nat (or something like that) and therefore we'll get much better compression behaviour for future products .... etc.
I really do hope that you will always find the time for another sample session of something like the Fairchild of Prime Studios after you have made improvements with your sampling approach.
Many thanks for caring about your users in that way.

all the best and regards
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby Acusticaaudiouser33 » Sat Feb 27, 2016 10:25 pm

Acusticaaudiouser33 wrote:
giancarlo wrote:in a future version we'll deconvolve using new envelope followers, they are waaaay more reliable, little aliasing, closer envelope follower timings and shapes. This incoming version is anyway necessary, because you have the same sound and core7, so we need this intermediate step.


Hi Acustica Audio team,
it's great to hear that you will be looking into improving Ultramarine after going Core 7. I mean it was really quite on the expensive side and therefore I'm glad to see you caring for the product and making it an futureproof investment.
Frankly, I'm always worried to get left behind with my Acustica purchases when you write on the forum: We have an improved Nat (or something like that) and therefore we'll get much better compression behaviour for future products .... etc.
I really do hope that you will always find the time for another sample session of something like the Fairchild of Prime Studios after you have made improvements with your sampling approach.
Many thanks for caring about your users in that way.

all the best and regards
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby giancarlo » Sun Feb 28, 2016 12:39 am

We don't need to sample it again in most of cases.
The real issue is providing versions with a stable sound/processing
As soon as we go closer and closer we have a small but it is still a difference. We can't release an update for each new improvement, otherwise costs would be sky rocket.
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby waffleneck » Sun Feb 28, 2016 2:16 am

How about a large GUI option like Scarlet?
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby giancarlo » Sun Feb 28, 2016 12:18 pm

waffleneck wrote:How about a large GUI option like Scarlet?


Yes I think it is possible
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Re: Ultramarine (mid/side vintage compressor)

Postby Mannymac » Fri Mar 11, 2016 5:31 pm

How is the beta test going?
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