Help about Gemini NVE 73

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Help about Gemini NVE 73

Post by tunca » Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:50 am

Hi,

I bought NVE 73 from Gemini Audio.But i don't understand completely.

There are lots of program.I have some questions.

What is HQ? What is SE? And "10" means 10 Kernels?

Thanks.

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Re: Help about Gemini NVE 73

Post by Gemini Audio » Sun Apr 14, 2013 1:27 pm

You'll find a detailed description in the included User Manual.

HQ = high quality

SE = Special edition, with only 5 kernel

-10 means this program has been sampled with 10dB less input gain than the other programs.

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Re: Help about Gemini NVE 73

Post by kindafishy » Sun Apr 14, 2013 5:08 pm

Gemini Audio wrote:-10 means this program has been sampled with 10dB less input gain than the other programs.
Sorry if this is a stupid question...

Does this mean that the input level to Nebula should be -28dB rather than the standard input level of -18dB?

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Re: Help about Gemini NVE 73

Post by Gemini Audio » Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:34 pm

No, use an RMS level of -18dB for all programs (Or what ever sounds best to your ears, if the input is too hot, you'll hear artifacts.). The -10 programs will just sound slightly different.

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