Aliasing

  08/07/18 What is alaising? Alaising is caused by the a Digital sample rate’s limted frequency responce. When a frequency is produced that is higher than a given sample rate it cannot reproduce that waveform. A new wave incorrect form is represented in the sample rates range. A good way to visulise this is to

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Kernel lengths explanation

  This was a post made on acustica audio forum- In short- Kernal length just needs to cover the impulse ringing length, It’s really that simple. A detailed explanation as to the factors of the length- While In most cases the ringing length needs to be long it’s not true for a lot of my

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Dualtech v2 sampling

02/06/2016   Ok, so a little while ago a customer had asked for an update/v2 to dualtech after trying blue 1102 eq. Initially I decided to make similar changes I had made to 1102 eq. After looking a little more in depth, there were a few things extra I wanted to change on this release.

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Faq

  1.Where do I get my downloads? When you have paid a link will automatically be sent to your email. Also a download will be available in your account area. 2. What is Nebula? If you’ve never heard of the nebula plugin the best place to go to the official site I sell presets and

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DEMOS!!

Here are some of the Demos avalible for libraries, for more detailed information on demos please visit the related webpage Surge eq Surge DEMO is fully functional between 180-400 hz only. Imo this is still great for shaping the low mids and displays sweep and functionality of the library RD eq The demo has every

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ELC24 Stereo eq v2

  The new version of ELC24 EQ is sampled from a similar unit to V1 using my most up-to-date, sampling capturing methods. V2 is in 4 sample rates; like my other releases it’s the real deal (no SRC). The EQ is broken down into two instances, and V2 gives slightly better curves on the gain

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The Rhapsody Q

This is an incredibly rare EQ that came from a well known studio. Many greats have recorded through this very example.   The characteristic of this EQ is aggressive and tight.   The Rhapsody Q will punch up your mixes. It’s incredibly close to the source at 88.2khz and has quickly become one of my

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