That made it hard to give a Like rating. [img]
Speaking of pedantic, it's AS here. :rofl:
I turned up the saturation fully clockwise already for A but all EQ bands were switched off. For B I just turned all bands on, nothing...
Not solved yet, my question was 'how did I do this' not with what, that's only a part of it.
Yep, as I said you'll need a 'brain'.
Hey Pirate, take a backseat, please. You already have more Best Answers than the rest of this forum...
That's a good thing. :yes:
I didn't subtract anything, if you mean this.
It's emulation, correct, but how did I get from A to B?
Neither Neve (but their consultants helped to design the consoles after which this EQ is modelled), nor Trident.
Lemme ask you this, when there's obviously saturation in it and I did not activate saturation for B, the logical solution must be?
I don't think the EQ is doing this.
May you rest in peace, mate. Was nice to meet you. :yes: [IMG]
@KungPaoFist and @shankar it's not a special technique but a special behaviour of this plugin.
Correct, cause and
Oh, oh, don't tell this Acustica Audio. [img]
See post above.
- inserted an eq, yes, parallel, no, eq is active in both versions
- LP and HP for B, yes
- I did not raise any bell bands :winker:
- I didn't...
Yep, just an eq.
Welcome back, my friend.
I know how you made it, good, as usual. :yes:
It has some pros and cons but necessary, no.
I decide this mainly based on CPU usage and loading time.
That's not true at all. You can write a nice little melody and have no clue how turn it into a song.
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