Use Native Aplication Tools (Acustica Audio NAT) bundle with Nebula for test your EPs.fmacor wrote:In wich way do the DRIVE will change the harmonics relationships?
For this test I load an EP from AlexB MTP PRO, Test signal is -0.00 dBFS so I set Nebula input level to -18 dBFS. Then click on analyzer, select Harmonic Distortion and click on play. Change drive value, and see what happens.
Personally, I prefer to level audio files using non destructive virtual levels from Samplitude. Normally use -18 dBFS RMS due is European standard, but can I use -12 dBFS if I'm working with old DAT stuff due is a 16 bit media.
Sonalksis FreeG is in my FX rack but I prefer to use Nebula IO parameter against to load another FX into my plug-in chain. Pro Tools does not have non destructive virtual levels like Samplitude do I use much times Sonalksis FreeG RTAS than Sonalksis FreeG VST.