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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by mappel » Wed Jul 24, 2013 9:06 am

I have your powered bus program on my master buss like all the time and it's really really great... but 1 out of 5 times the bass is getting a bit too heavy... can I put this eq 2x on the masterbus as a substitute and get the sound of the powered bus program? with or without the preamp? how could i re-create the powered bus program? thanks for helping out!

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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by Jaff » Wed Jul 24, 2013 12:17 pm

I love as well your powered bus Éric, I use it all the Time but I do agree, it is a little bit to bassy.
I must "correct" it everytimes ...

It Will be Nice to release the same but more flat

Anyway I am looking forward to listening your new release

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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by rhythminmind » Wed Jul 24, 2013 2:52 pm

mappel wrote:how could i re-create the powered bus program? thanks for helping out!
pEQ is a fully adjustable Program EQ.
Powered Bus is a set summing bus gain stage. It consists of a analog summing unit, a make up gain amp modeled after the Ampex tape deck repro amplifier, followed by this program EQ with a set curve.
In theory you could mostly recreate "Powered Bus" with "LEVel Up Gain Stage" + the "pEQ" eq & preamp stages. This would take four instances of Nebula.

I recommend using powered bus from the start of a mix, not just adding it after completion. This will solve the need to compensate for the EQ. You will also find less need to EQ many of the individual instrument channels.
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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by maniak » Thu Jul 25, 2013 8:13 pm

I was very excited about this release, but now I’m a little confuse :| ... What will be the chain and the order to recreate the sample unit? Power buss first? Peq second?

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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by rhythminmind » Thu Jul 25, 2013 8:42 pm

maniak wrote:I was very excited about this release, but now I’m a little confuse :| ... What will be the chain and the order to recreate the sample unit? Power buss first? Peq second?
This is completely independent from Powered Bus.
pEQ is a fully independent EQ. You use it like you would for any other EQ task.
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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by emilieitor » Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:57 pm

Eric, are you going to make more synthesis coloration nebula presets about drum machines, electric pianos, classic synthesizers, ... for use with vsti in the future? ;)

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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by rhythminmind » Sat Jul 27, 2013 12:08 am

emilieitor wrote:Eric, are you going to make more synthesis coloration nebula presets about drum machines, electric pianos, classic synthesizers, ... for use with vsti in the future? ;)
For sure. The ARP is next on the bench.
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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by elam » Sat Jul 27, 2013 12:12 am

I was wondering what was the most influential piece of gear in the bus powered chain ;) And it's seems that there's some compression going on too in there. ;)

Anyway the Pecker a very nice sounding EQ and not just for mix bus duty.

Thanks Eric.

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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by emilieitor » Sat Jul 27, 2013 12:20 am

For sure. The ARP is next on the bench.
Great new!!

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Re: STN - pEQ

Post by Enclave » Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:30 am

rhythminmind wrote:You will also find less need to EQ many of the individual instrument channels.
Color me dumb, but why would that happen? :)

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