Coral

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Re: Coral

Post by Rakbeatzz » Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:14 am

It has been rectified, and come to find out it was my own fault. Apologies AA.
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Re: Coral

Post by udo » Sun Apr 30, 2017 4:05 pm

giancarlo wrote:C1-C6 are inspired to a red compressor
@ Giancarlo Is it the F*cusri*e red comp or the F*rn VTseven? regards

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Re: Coral

Post by lubomba » Sun Apr 30, 2017 7:27 pm

I think it's from the S P L iron mastering compressor

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Re: Coral

Post by udo » Sun Apr 30, 2017 8:19 pm

lubomba wrote:I think it's from the S P L iron mastering compressor
Thanks Lubomba...I think you are right! Even so I would love to see a AA F*rn VT7 Acqua! Regards.

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Re: Coral

Post by DarkandKurious » Mon May 01, 2017 5:51 am

udo wrote:
lubomba wrote:I think it's from the S P L iron mastering compressor
Thanks Lubomba...I think you are right! Even so I would love to see a AA F*rn VT7 Acqua! Regards.
There is the clue here, scroll down :geek:
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Re: Coral

Post by Kamui76 » Tue May 02, 2017 2:35 am

udo wrote:
Thanks Lubomba...I think you are right! Even so I would love to see a AA F*rn VT7 Acqua! Regards.
Maybe we'll get lucky with product 'R' additional content...

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Re: Coral

Post by Beatworld » Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:16 am

Opened up an ongoing mastering session.
When Cobalt dropped I used it instead of the Coral stand alone comp on the stereo buss.

Gave Coral a go again, A B against Cobalt.
Cobalt is now bypassed and Coral has the gig again.

Message to self: Coral is a Mighty fine mastering compressor, don't forget that :arrow:

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Re: Coral

Post by DarkandKurious » Mon Jul 10, 2017 11:46 am

Beatworld wrote:Opened up an ongoing mastering session.
When Cobalt dropped I used it instead of the Coral stand alone comp on the stereo buss.

Gave Coral a go again, A B against Cobalt.
Cobalt is now bypassed and Coral has the gig again.

Message to self: Coral is a Mighty fine mastering compressor, don't forget that :arrow:
I love the combo of Cobalt's compressor into the full Coral strip, 80% stereo link on Cobalt, maybe 4dB compression with makeup, medium attack and release, but at 40% mix, really bringing the sustain of the mix forward, then using Coral for finer control in MS, with about 80% link again, but only half a dB on the meters. I hardly need any limiting with this combo, it's easy enough to get the target LUFS without audibly squashing things much.

I'm looking forward to the hint of Coral being tweaked with the newer tech, can't remember where the post was. Coral is still the most used of the Aquas I own.
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