cupwise release- Lunchpail comp

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myimo
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Re: cupwise release- Lunchpail comp

Post by myimo » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:03 am

Hi takboo good suggestion that I am sure will help some people but I'am not on cubase so still scratching my head.
I've emailed Tim as he said.
Thanks for taking the time to suggest something.
EDIT
Just a quick update. Tim has been in touch but meanwhile a couple of other non-related programs are not working correctly which has nothing to do with Nebula and is a Windows OS problem that I need to fix.

thanks

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Re: cupwise release- Lunchpail comp

Post by Cupwise » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:09 pm

glad you got it sorted out!

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what the meters should show

Post by olshalom » Thu Dec 14, 2017 11:14 am

Hi Tim,

I just finished a 12-Track-Album using this comp quite alot on kick snare overheads and drumbuss. As well a group of horns.

I love the big attack. it makes sounds huge and can make accents in a musical way.

The only thing is, the reduction meter does not show what's really going on. What means, it already compresses without showing on the meter.

not a big deal, so i adjust by ear and don't care about the meter.

What should be selected in the Nebula-Setup or xml-file for meters?
Is there anything to care about or to adjust?

As I said, a fantastic release of compressor in the digital-world.

Kind of a 2.5k release with its sidechain curves, auto-release and soft-knee settings would be great.
And i belief you are the right guy to do that!!
Cause that's a missing link. I have this old release i think of gemini-audio. but it seems to be done much better!

All the best from Austria,

Oliver

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