Fairchild 660/670

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Re: Fairchild 660/670

Post by Sptz » Thu Sep 29, 2011 3:52 pm

I own a C******r TG1 Limiter. I could sample that, but I never tried sampling anything with Nebula so I have NO idea how to even start. Any places where I can read?

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Re: Fairchild 660/670

Post by FrankydT » Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:36 pm

About the Fairchild, you can use Nebula and CD SoundMaster's Analog Suit along with the compressor's behaviour of Molot (free) or DMG Audio's Compassion (not free, but very good. It's a fantastic, trasparent and with a lot of parameters-customization: it's criticized because it has not character and because it emulates only the compression part of hardwares, but used along with Nebula it's perfect)

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Re: Fairchild 660/670

Post by rhythminmind » Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:16 pm

The Fairchild is a classic VariMu compressor. The VM-Comp Uses the same compression method, But with a glossier output.
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Re: Fairchild 660/670

Post by FrankydT » Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:25 pm

Yes, indeed. Sorry Eric, I forget about it (even if I purchased it!)

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