1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by sfunk » Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:32 pm

david1103 wrote:

how many hours of work would this take to fix? i want to pay, i know its not freeware.


if it takes 20 hours, and we pay you £15 an hour, thats £300. i am certain 100 users would pay £3 each into a paypal fix the compressors fund! i bet people may even pay you £300 themselves :)


i think with that fixed and the 96k sorted nebula can DOMINATE the vst compressor market.


if acustica could just commit to a deadline everyone could relax. its worth it even to wait a year, but its the not knowing that is so frustrating!


this is SO exciting, am i the only one feeling the pain of being in the dark as to when compressors will be ready for professional work?
This is a GREAT idea! I'd happily pay at least £20 for this. Start a petition and see what can happen

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by AlexB » Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:38 pm

sfunk wrote:
david1103 wrote:

how many hours of work would this take to fix? i want to pay, i know its not freeware.


if it takes 20 hours, and we pay you £15 an hour, thats £300. i am certain 100 users would pay £3 each into a paypal fix the compressors fund! i bet people may even pay you £300 themselves :)


i think with that fixed and the 96k sorted nebula can DOMINATE the vst compressor market.


if acustica could just commit to a deadline everyone could relax. its worth it even to wait a year, but its the not knowing that is so frustrating!


this is SO exciting, am i the only one feeling the pain of being in the dark as to when compressors will be ready for professional work?
This is a GREAT idea! I'd happily pay at least £20 for this. Start a petition and see what can happen
Please, open another tread for this. Thanks 8-)
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by sfunk » Fri Feb 11, 2011 9:08 pm

Alex i've tried another time to buy the MLC with discount from your site using the form but nothing yet. Can you have a check? Nothing in my spam folder either. I can pm my paypal email if you like?

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by hok » Fri Feb 11, 2011 9:30 pm

Same here, Alex. Could you have a look to your orders from returning customers.

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Post by AlexB » Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:25 pm

hok wrote:Same here, Alex. Could you have a look to your orders from returning customers.
Fixed, thanks for advise me ;)
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by AlexB » Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:32 pm

New demo with 10:1 ratio and -12dB gain reduction :o

Here the compressor works as an FX to pump the mix!

Original Mix

Mix with Waves

Mix with The Glue

Mix with CLD MB stock

Mix with CLD MB mod

* the "mod" audio is the compressor with a little mod by me in the circuitry :lol:
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by dpclarkson » Fri Feb 11, 2011 11:05 pm

Awesome, this one proves it again:
The ' Waves' sucks out all the essential elements.
The 'Glue' is again decent, but no match for the Nebula! 8-)
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by highvoltage » Fri Feb 11, 2011 11:12 pm

yeah this is very promising!

@ALexB:

Did you read that dbx165 topic by any chance, where i showed my findings on the attack shape always changing, in relation to the program rate and timing of the peaks?

Isn't that affecting this program? What are your findings about that?

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by AlexB » Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:01 am

No, I have not read about compressors on the forum, I'm quite busy and so I don't spent time doing this.

Timing, attacks and more characteristics can change and they are circuitry dependent. Maybe we are too accustomed at the digital-precision by plugins. Analog is not precision. When the components work they change their value and their characteristics, so this changes some characteristics of the hardware, timing, harmonics, response in frequency... The analog non linearity.

Over one year ago I wrote that I would have released the comps to complete the consoles, my idea was to give a complete system: console-eq-comp-mixbuss comp. The system is not perfect so now I began to experiment and to see what happens. If the results will be good then more comps will come, one for every console, as said: CLD, MWD, VBD, MBD, GMD, MTD ecc. all taken from the consoles and not racked or DYI units... I love authentic sound ;)

Tomorrow new demo with Drum processed 8-)
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by mathias » Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:25 am

nice examples!
i did some tests with the original mix and psp mastercomp, compared to the nebulas.
mastercomp comes pretty close, but nebula is always a little step ahead in terms of clarity, definition and balance.
but now i know, why i always tend to use mastercomp as compressor even when mixing :D .

i did not jump into the use of compressors with nebula till now, but i am sitting on the shelf.......

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by elam » Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:08 am

Release date ?

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by AlexB » Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:12 am

mathias wrote:...

mastercomp comes pretty close, but nebula is always a little step ahead in terms of clarity, definition and balance.
Not only this, Nebula leaves music alive with his dynamic movements and every instrument in his space, without crushing everything in a congested 2D.
mathias wrote:but now i know, why i always tend to use mastercomp as compressor even when mixing :D .
I too but with very light compression only 8-)
elam wrote:Release date ?
When everything will sound good :mrgreen:
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by gemel » Sat Feb 12, 2011 8:22 am

Classic Logic Dynamics excellent sound.Waves has disappointed.
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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by Stolle » Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:30 pm

The only thing missing from the audio examples would be the original hardware. That would complete the picture. How close are we to the hardware?

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Re: 1st audio test with Classic Logic Dynamics

Post by himhui » Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:03 pm

Stolle wrote:The only thing missing from the audio examples would be the original hardware. That would complete the picture. How close are we to the hardware?
I had the same question but i was too lazy to ask..., thanks Stolle ! :roll:
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