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Re: GMC from Alexb

Post by ce1909 » Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:52 pm

Barendse wrote:
ce1909 wrote:Is this the correct/ optimum way to use Nebula?

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No, use your ears.
Of course I use my ears but I'm talking avoiding clipping inside the plug.

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Re: GMC from Alexb

Post by RJHollins » Sun Apr 15, 2012 3:19 am

ce1909 wrote:
Barendse wrote:
ce1909 wrote:Is this the correct/ optimum way to use Nebula?

Thanks
No, use your ears.
Of course I use my ears but I'm talking avoiding clipping inside the plug.
Well ... sure, you can 'use your ears' if you want to ...

However, I find using a mouse or a control surface much more practical :roll:

Returning to the point of the question... yes, setting NEBULAs' INs & OUTs to hit -18dB on the VU's
will put the plug at clean unity gain.

Should you want to use 'level' as a 'creative' element, then you can low or high drive the INPUT. Then set the OUTPUT gain to your cal reference level.

Hope that helped.
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Re: GMC from Alexb

Post by ce1909 » Sun Apr 15, 2012 3:30 am

Thanks RJ,

That's what I needed to know.

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Re: GMC from Alexb

Post by Barendse » Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:58 am

ce1909 wrote:
Barendse wrote:
ce1909 wrote:Is this the correct/ optimum way to use Nebula?

Thanks
No, use your ears.
Of course I use my ears but I'm talking avoiding clipping inside the plug.
Use ears. I don't trust the red clipping indicator.

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