Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by prosodio » Wed Jan 26, 2011 1:13 am

analoginthebox.com wrote:
You as as a developer should know the Nebula SRC algorithm that is pretty unacceptable! You could measure it, or use your ears and you will see/hear that a 96KHz -> 44.1KHz converted version gets worse than a native 44.1 version. A simple converter loop confirms that.

Besides that there could appear all kinds of minor issues with converted programs. For the Germanos series, NAT failed completely at deconvolving a simple 96KHz EQ. Giancarlo and I tried to understand this behaviour, but did'nt get a solution. There are issues, period. Just search through the old forum archieves about users reporting strange behaviour...
Nikklas I´m an owner of your products as well as Alexb´s and CdSoundmaster´s stuff, I don´t have any technical knowledge about Nebula´s guts, but I have ears, and 95 % of my mixing sessions relies on CdSoundmaster and Alexb stuff (yours too).... I never listened nothing but good things to my tracks when these are processed by Alex consoles/eq´s or CdSounmaster eq´s/tapes, no sound degradation or whatever, even more, I couldn´t mix without them right now. The same with plate and spring reverb from VNXT. Oh, and I work at 44/24.

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by tumburu » Wed Jan 26, 2011 2:42 am

Please make this an option :!:

If I don't need the 96 libraries don't make me pay for them.

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by burnsound » Wed Jan 26, 2011 8:56 pm

All this sample rate discussion is seriously off-topic in this thread.

If you all want to debate sample rates, please be polite and start a thread related to that specifically.

This thread is about the Germanos EQ.


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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by TranscendingMusic » Wed Jan 26, 2011 9:03 pm

burnsound wrote:All this sample rate discussion is seriously off-topic in this thread.

If you all want to debate sample rates, please be polite and start a thread related to that specifically.

This thread is about the Germanos EQ.


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My focus though is to keep The Germanos at an elevated status and not let it get devalued due to some posts about sample rate. I can move and sort this thread out if Niklas doesn't want this talk here.
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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by tumburu » Wed Jan 26, 2011 9:14 pm

Nobody will complain if they sell them separately. In fact they could have more fans.

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by Yllet » Wed Jan 26, 2011 9:33 pm

Off topic... How does these eq:s sound? ;)

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by tumburu » Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:20 pm

Lovely, and I really like the flexibility of the N*****n. I also like the smooth shelves of the Telefunken.

My only complain is the lack of more combo programs.

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by highvoltage » Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:44 pm

tumburu wrote:Lovely, and I really like the flexibility of the N*****n. I also like the smooth shelves of the Telefunken.

My only complain is the lack of more combo programs.
how many combo programs are there?

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by tumburu » Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:51 pm

Only one.

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Re: Germanos EQ Series (N*****n/Siemens/TAB/Telefunken)

Post by TranscendingMusic » Wed Jan 26, 2011 11:05 pm

Alright, the sample rate discussion posts have been moved to General-Off-topic section so this one is only about Germanos. 8-)
So please post over there for any further thoughts about the sample rate discussions
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