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Cupwise Updates- YouRei HP/LP filters

Post by Cupwise » Fri Dec 02, 2011 11:36 pm

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TWO updates to an old libraries of mine, Pioneer SR-60 and YouRei HP/LP filters. Check latest post for info.
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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by marcpinol » Sat Dec 03, 2011 12:27 am

Nice, Tim!!

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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by himhui » Sat Dec 03, 2011 3:27 am

Great updates, thanks Tim!
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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by futur2 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 12:44 pm

great and thanks for the update! i hope other developers will follow and add the trim feature ;)

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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by mathias » Sun Dec 04, 2011 4:35 am

a big thanks from me !!!
the gain-feature is perfect for these programs.
greatly appreciated!
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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by Cupwise » Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:17 pm

mathias wrote:a big thanks from me !!!
the gain-feature is perfect for these programs.
greatly appreciated!
mathias
yeah i think trim really gives them a lot more depth with controlling the sound. the dry control, which was suggested by niknox for tube fm4, can be pretty useful too. trim, dry, and dist/drive together give a lot of control. that update was long overdue. :D

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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by yewtreemagic » Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:18 am

Hi Tim,

This is a huge set of improvements - loading times are quicker, the longer program titles are SO much easier to understand, the Trim control is perfect as I expected, but still getting the DIST control is even better.

I've also found the Dry control very useful for mixing in - what a great update this is, that turns an already excellent library into something even more creative, tweakable, yet easier to use 8-)

Well done!


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Re: updates to all Tube FM sets

Post by Cupwise » Tue Dec 13, 2011 4:39 pm

Tube FM 2 update will be released very soon, I'm uploading it now. The upload will take a few hours, and at that moment I'll send links out to everyone who bought the set. The main updates are just like those for Tube FM 1. If you have the set but don't get the update (again, it will be a few hours after this post), contact me!

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Re: Tube FM updates- New additions to TBFM1 & 3

Post by Cupwise » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:18 am

Two different updates-
Tube FM 1:
One new effect is added to the set, sampled with Lynx Aurora. I was looking for things to sample with it, since I just got it. I picked the Bell tuner for the flat freq. responses I got from it before, and did another straight DI/DO sample (just like Bell DO4). In other words, no FM transmission, the signal was just sent straight in and straight back out. It took me a few days to get this right, but I think the results were definitely worth it.

The freq response is almost totally flat with this one, so this makes for one of those fairly subtle analogizers/enhancers, which is exactly what I wanted to get. I could still pick it out when processing full mixes with it, when switching from bypassed to on. It seemed to fatten things up around the bass area a little, very smooth. Effect is Bell DO5, and you can check out its graph in the manual (at the site).

UPDATE 2 is to Tube FM3.
This one is part of the big over-haul where I've been going back and touching things up with these sets. The whole set is updated, but just the program files. Mainly, the category they were in is changed (separate for 44k and 96k now), to be more aligned with the format the other tube fm stuff has. Some other touches here and there to fix minor inconsistencies.

Then, there is a new effect added to Tube FM 3 also. Also sampled with lynx (not that it matters so much here). Mainly I did this to help justify bugging all the customers with the fairly minor update that just tweaks things that bugged me :D .

The new one is called 'stairwell', and I think it's as good as the others, at least.


I'm uploading all of this stuff right now, so it will take a while, but as soon as it's all up (or not too long after), I'll be sending out links to all who have these sets.

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Re: Tube FM updates- New additions to TBFM1 & 3

Post by Stolle » Mon Jan 16, 2012 2:54 pm

Great work as usual!

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Re: Cupwise Updates- New Tube FM 1 Update

Post by Cupwise » Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:14 am

Ok, so I just finished another update to Tube FM 1, and believe it or not I actually do think it was justified. I've also decided to use this thread for any updates I may ever release for any of my stuff (if it's for something that has been out for a while), instead of bumping up other old threads or whatever.

First thing I did was improved the 'dry' control the last update added. It bugged me when I released it, and I knew I would have to try to fix it. Now it is a 'wet/dry %' ratio style control and I'm really happy with how it works. Loading these programs into vstanalyser and twisting that knob and watching the frequency responses morph from 'radio filtered' to 100% dry brings a smile to my face. The old 'dry' control I added in the last update back in December just wasn't so hot. This one is waaaaaaay better. Trust me. I think it opens the door to using these things in much more subtle roles. For example you could take the Philco do2 program which is like a fairly sharp band pass filter around 1kHz, put the 'wet %' control at 30% then boost the output by about 3.2db, and you get a mostly dry signal with a 'tubey' boost of 4db at 1kHz. I really recommend checking these things out in vstanalyser or something similar and playing with the new control to see what it can do.

other updates-
-the dynamic control envelopes have all been set to EVF 17. they were set to one of the RMS modes and i believe this set was released before EVF 17 was even available.
-some controls had inconsistent names across the set, fixed.
-timed kernels all have default length of 50ms for all kerns, which is the same length used by the freqd player. the programs still default using freqd, but this way, if you want to switch over to timed before render, it's a lot quicker.
-the one with the sampled 'tone' control- Admiral DO3, was 'fixed'. it's more complex in it's structure than the others, and may have actually been the first Nebula program with dynamics and a sampled adjustable control, so it was trickier to make and i don't think it was set up 100% correctly as far as how it handled the dynamics. i think it is now.
-a high pass filter is now used on an internal side-chain that controls the dynamics. it's very low at 45hz, and so it barely has any influence. i did this because most of these programs are filtering lots of high and low signal so i thought it would be a bit more realistic to filter some of the low out of the control source. i thought about adjusting the cutoff differently for each program but in the end i decided to go with the same setting for all.

so i thought all of that warranted a new update!

anyone who has the set can grab the update .zips from here:
http://www.cupwise.com/cup/update-to-tube-fm-1/
but i do plan on sending out emails to everyone who bought the set (it is possible i miss people though).

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Re: Cupwise Updates- New Tube FM 1 Update

Post by Barendse » Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:23 am

Great! Thanks!

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Re: Cupwise Updates- New Tube FM 1 Update

Post by futur2 » Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:51 am

Barendse wrote:Great! Thanks!
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Re: Cupwise Updates- New Tube FM 1 Update

Post by richie43 » Fri Aug 31, 2012 6:49 pm

Thanks you crazy sampling maniac!! I love all of your libraries.
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Re: Cupwise Updates- New Tube FM 1 Update

Post by yewtreemagic » Sat Sep 01, 2012 1:13 am

Thanks Tim!

Tubular perfection is now imminent :mrgreen:


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