AITB-Snap Compressor

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Re: AITB-Snap Compressor

Post by scooter » Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:35 am

Awesome! Thanks guys.. does it work at 96khz?


Thanks again!


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Re: AITB-Snap Compressor

Post by Barendse » Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:57 pm

scooter wrote:
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scooter wrote:Does anyone else experience erratic transient behavior?
I'm getting some weird, over exaggerated kick hits that seem unnatural and caused by the SNAP. I'm using the Comp lightly at 2:1 or 4:1 with a max of 2-3db reduction, as well as adjusting by ear.
Try the Drawmer 1968 me programs.
What do you like about them?

Thanks!
Speaking about erratic transient behavior the Drawmer programs are doing a better job to my ears.

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Re: AITB-Snap Compressor

Post by anthonyw » Thu Mar 31, 2011 11:00 pm

has it been updated to 96k and if so do we just redownload in the customer area to get the updates?

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Re: AITB-Snap Compressor

Post by Mplay » Fri Apr 01, 2011 1:09 am

About the erratic behavior, I don't know if what I'm about to type is relevant for you, but I used to have a similar problem on mono sources. What I didn't realize is that the left and right side are processed differently if Nebula is in stereo mode, so the output of a mono source would become stereo. When I changed the input to mono my problem was solved. (To change the input to mono, go to the kernel page, select mono-L and press save, then only the left kernels are used to process the audio). Also on the master buss I always use mono input to retain punch.

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Re: AITB-Snap Compressor

Post by enriquesilveti » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:15 pm

Yes on stereo sources you might use Mono-L.
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Re: AITB-Snap Compressor

Post by enriquesilveti » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:19 pm

AITB are developing a new automatic key delivery for next the coming products(an AFX EQ sampled by Mirco from a vintage German EQ module)

There are some small issues and bug into NAT at 88/96 kHz sampling so AITB might wait Nebula Server beta testing finish for go back into NAT and add a lot of new features that are pending.
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