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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby richie43 » Wed May 08, 2013 1:10 pm

I just checked, and you are correct. If you use Reaper, you can switch to a no gui version and there seems to be a fine-tune function there. But after changing it and looking at the gui again I don't see any of the numbers change. I personally try not to care about gui anyway, if I did I certainly would be insane by now using Nebula.....lol.
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby dagovitsj » Wed May 08, 2013 2:42 pm

richie43 wrote:I just checked, and you are correct. If you use Reaper, you can switch to a no gui version and there seems to be a fine-tune function there. But after changing it and looking at the gui again I don't see any of the numbers change. I personally try not to care about gui anyway, if I did I certainly would be insane by now using Nebula.....lol.


Yep, I tried the same thing in Cubase. And in the 'red' version of the plugin, there is no change, but changing to the 'blue' version - the fine tune control is actually working as it is explained in the manual.

Tip: click on the wheel called 'Original distance', then using the wheel on the mouse, you can increase the distance with 10 cm increments. Holding down Shift and using the wheel, you can increase distance with 1 cm increments.

I'll really going to explore this plugin, seems like it's very useful to create depth.

@GUI: ha, ha - well I don't think Nebula is that bad regarding GUI, it's easy to read the different parameters etc. (I think the 'red' version of Proximity is easier on the eyes though). I think it's more about how it differs from other plugins regarding how one is able to open the "car bonnet" and tweak the engine...! Kind of overwhelming when you are a newbie, at least it was for me 2 years ago ;)
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby david1103 » Tue May 14, 2013 1:30 pm

This thread went well off topic.

Anyone else got any opinions on this free compressor?

Its genius that only the compressed part of the sound is altered and the rest is bit perfect. Real time oversampling often sounds horrible to me at 44.1, but fast compressors need it badly and this seems the perfect solution. :ugeek:
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby rugunation » Wed May 15, 2013 2:36 am

I agree the thread went sideways. Any how, I've tried this compressor too and I have abused it with deep compression and the signal still remains useable. Is it just but this compressor is very interesting.
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby yr » Wed May 15, 2013 11:13 am

david1103 wrote:Anyone else got any opinions on this free compressor?


so far so good, only tested it on sfx but I like what I hear...
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby yr » Sat Sep 28, 2013 5:08 pm

It really is a great comp. I also like the free LISP for de-essing (when there is no time for automation):
http://sleepytimedsp.com/software/lisp
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby DavidMeShow » Fri Oct 11, 2013 10:06 pm

Wow ! :) First time I find a compressor that don't damage the sound. So great ! And it's free !? So easy to get good result on the drum buss for example. Thanks for the share ! :D
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby elam » Sat Oct 12, 2013 6:16 pm

The 1st version was great too.I still keep it along with the II.

David try it on the 2 bus too.It's a great sounding compressor.

Thanks Yuval for the Lisp,I'll try that one.

And it was said in previous thread but Klanghelm did a huge and great job with his SDRR.I'm just scratching the surface on this one right now.
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby DavidMeShow » Fri Oct 18, 2013 7:47 pm

I tried on the main buss and you are right ! So great ! :) I will share my new music video really soon ! ;)
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Re: Tokyo Dawn Labs - Feedback Compressor II - WOW!!

Postby DavidMeShow » Sat Oct 19, 2013 6:37 am

Using the Feedback Compressor II on the Drum Buss, Bass guitar and Main Buss ! ;) Really happy ! :D

http://youtu.be/Ht1G1ZOvg8I
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