Customers of v1 get this update for free!
This release works with nebula pro 3 v1.3.903 and above
- All modes are now available in one preset.
- Modes and recovery are now stepped
- All sample rates compression and clipper
- Improved attack and release
- Dual modes improved
Single, double, triple
This affects both attack and release character. Single mode is a single time constant mode, Although this mode still has some program dependants to it. Dual mode and Triple modes are both very similar in their release times and are more program dependent, however triple mode has a faster attack. Triple mode may create some undesired distortion, if this is something unwanted use a slower release or use double/single mode
M1 and M2
This stands for type of metering, M1 is gain below threshold metering (I believe this to be more like hardware) and M2 is normal gain reduction metering.
The clipper was added to emulate the saturation that the unit produces clipping transients. It’s not necessary to use it unless it’s desired but will control and saturate lows first, sounds great for that driving compressor sound. It is simply to clip/limit any transient let through by the attack of the comp. Simply place this after the comp preset.
Suggested order of instances Comp>Clipper>Pre
Use these instances in series
There are no rules to using this library, It’s still great to use the comp by itself!!
Click here to get all category names for my presets; you’ll need these to see full names in Nebula
example of rms leveling with maximum gain reduction