P2P | 21.03.2017 | 991.19 MB
The Passive Sweetness
The Massive Mix eQualizer makes everything sound better. You can expect the best strengths of Pultec-style equalizers as well as choice console, parametric, and graphic Eqs. All the radical shaping you’ll need for the most demanding of sessions as well as the delicate, subtle shadings needed for vocals and mastering.
Massive Mix eQualizer manages to sound clean without being weak and characterless. There is little apparent colouration, just a maturity of tone.
Carefully sampled @ 44.1kHz and 96kHz, without introduction of noise or aliasing, in a professional recording studio with custom converters built specifically for NAT3 which outperforms $20k commercial converters. High end cables, with particular care to the connections, levels and impedance matching were used to translate the sonic qualities of this priceless devices into the Nebula software technology. Every volume change, gain change, frequency change is tested and accurately programmed without destructive digital processing for optimized sound and then compared to the original device. The result is a virtually indistinguishable digital replication of this landmark device.
The programs don’t sound processed, harsh or digital as most plugins do, but instead sound like a natural extension of the original audio, gluing your tracks in the mix with an analog vibe.
. High Quality programs with full dynamics and harmonic content
. Special light edition “le” programs (CPU friendly)
. High Pass Filter -18dB/oct from 0 to 220Hz
. Low Pass Filter -18dB/oct from 6 to 18kHz
. Bell variable from 22 to 180Hz +/- 20dB variable Q from 1,5 to 3
. Low Shelf variable from 22 to 150Hz +/- 20dB variable overshoot/undershoot
. Bell variable from 180 to 820Hz +/- 20dB variable Q from 1,5 to 3
. Low Shelf variable from 150 to 560Hz +/- 20dB variable overshoot/undershoot
. Bell variable from 820 to 3900Hz +/- 20dB variable Q from 1,5 to 3
. Low Shelf variable from 560 to 3900Hz +/- 20dB variable overshoot/undershoot
. Bell variable from 3.9k to 27kHz +/- 20dB variable Q from 1,5 to 3
. High Shelf variable from 220 to 1200Hz +/- 20dB variable overshoot/undershoot
. High Shelf variable from 1.2k to 4.7kHz +/- 20dB variable overshoot/undershoot
. High Shelf variable from 4.7k to 27kHz +/- 20dB variable overshoot/undershoot
. Special AlexB skin
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