Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by koda » Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:34 pm

You are really committed... that's why your libs sound so amazing!
Thanks for this and all your next releases

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by cps418 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:29 pm

can someone explain what the various upgrade presets actually do?

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by david1103 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 6:38 pm

cps418 wrote:can someone explain what the various upgrade presets actually do?
The different detection modes (for example ENV17) change the way the compressor reacts to different sounds. They are not trying to emulate what the original hardware does, but expand on that and give more options.

The feedback amount again changes the way the compressor reacts. Feedback compression is associated with the way older compressors used to work, its just different.

I recommend you make a line up of Nebula's in your insert effects rack, load the different programs, give them the same settings and flip between them all to hear the difference. If you happen to be using Reaper this is easy as you can just use CTRL-B and cycle through them one by one.

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by cps418 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:53 pm

thanks.

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by sneaky » Tue Mar 26, 2013 8:16 am

genius

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by enigma2win » Tue Mar 26, 2013 8:40 am

is this just a channel compressor? Or should it also be used on 2bus?

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by richie43 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:05 am

enigma2win wrote:is this just a channel compressor? Or should it also be used on 2bus?
Either and or.
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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by enigma2win » Tue Mar 26, 2013 11:33 am

richie43 wrote:
enigma2win wrote:is this just a channel compressor? Or should it also be used on 2bus?
Either and or.
That's the case with any compressor richie.
But what I meant was, is this compressor modelled from the channel compressor on the SSL9000? Because if so, I'd come to the conclusion that it wasnt built for bus duties....

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by cps418 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 5:15 pm

enigma2win wrote:
richie43 wrote:
enigma2win wrote:is this just a channel compressor? Or should it also be used on 2bus?
Either and or.
That's the case with any compressor richie.
But what I meant was, is this compressor modelled from the channel compressor on the SSL9000? Because if so, I'd come to the conclusion that it wasnt built for bus duties....
I think it does work well on two buses, but you can't slam it to hard on the master. On the master bus i find it a little harder to nail a mix with it, but it is sweet when you do, (you just can,t bring the threshhold down to much, or bring up the ratio to high.

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Re: Cupwise Release- Slick 9k Compressor

Post by Owen » Fri Mar 29, 2013 4:50 am

Bought the soft knee recently.
Nice compressor :)

Owen ;)

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