AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by vicnestE » Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:52 am

faun2500 wrote:If its as good as the last 2 comp releases then I am looking forward to this.


The attack is 0.25ms-25ms and rel is 0.1s-10s.
Ratios are 1.5,2,3,5,Limiter.

The behavior of attack & release is as good as MWD, and the very short attack is great on vocals/overheads/rooms to catch the transients and reveal the details.

2 addtional programs (BC/deeser) for different flavours.

It's really a must have library.

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by Arne » Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:35 am

Order placed blindfolded again :-)

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Post by Flandersh » Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:52 am

Arne wrote:Order placed blindfolded again :-)


Here too....

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by pipamail » Mon Sep 05, 2011 2:42 pm

Bought it & like it a lot.
Another great comp from AlexB :lol:

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by AlexB » Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:47 pm

Thank you guys ! :D

I love this compressor, it's my main 2buss compressor (att.25ms, release 250ms, ratio 1,5:1 , GR -1dB) to give some body and sound at the mix (I do ambient and chill-music).
Also, I like a lot on Over-Heads, Rooms and acoustic instruments (nylon, acoustic and clean electric guitars, sax, grand piano, flute, strings orchestra...) for his transparency and sound.

Try different input levels, the comp. will responds with more or less saturation and with a different frequency response from extremely clean and natural to more warmth and saturated. ;)
However, this is a "mastering compressor" and not a squash-machine ! :lol:

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by surbitone » Mon Sep 05, 2011 5:48 pm

The hf limiter is awesome. :D

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by jesse.nemitz » Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:59 pm

Just placed an order. Will let everyone know how much I like it. Haven't even tried the demo. AlexB's previous work speaks for itself.

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by richie43 » Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:16 pm

I've been re-doing some mixes and throwing this new comp in. Brilliant work Alex!
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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by Benjaminjo » Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:34 pm

Just tried, awesome sound, the transients you gets with this thing are amazing! One note, I get the usual ringing some of the compressor produces when the SMOOTH parameter is not the right one...changing the default PARAB to something else gets rid of the problem. Anyone noticed?

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Re: AlexB - German Mastering Dynamics PRO

Post by AlexB » Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:59 pm

Benjaminjo wrote:Just tried, awesome sound, the transients you gets with this thing are amazing! One note, I get the usual ringing some of the compressor produces when the SMOOTH parameter is not the right one...changing the default PARAB to something else gets rid of the problem. Anyone noticed?


This can be source dependent (too high level or so). I haven't noticed this with my program materials. The library is programmed to be the most close possible at the original hardware (I think 95% in this case), if you change the parameters you loose this emulation. 8-)
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