if i put on a peaking filter, the red curve you see when you highlight it (on the new release itll be shown the whole time), shows the actual eq being added right?
that curve dynamically changes with the program material in that band. its not broadband dynamic compression of course not, but its dynamic alteration within that band, right?
otherwise tell me what that dynamically changing red curve represents? come on, it uses dynamic compression within the filter just like waves c4 multi band compressor, its the same functions as that!
thats what id like to control more.
I do not see a reason to continue arguing because I simply cannot add controls you expect - it's not the same algorithm as in Waves C4 or any other dynamic processor.
ok, im guessing you are using one of your musical modeling genius algorithms then, as i have heard in other of your plugs, and thats why i like your plugins so much (IE boogex sounds better than my guitar amp!)
anyway, as a plugin, i would like to see a single band compressor like the waves c1-comp-s.c., built by you. its a key tool i always use, and im sure youd do a better job with one of those, i believe it would find many buyers too!!!
-thanks, and no i have no more argument, LOL!
[Looking forward to the next level of Soniformer]
i do own crunchessor.
if it could have the key filter instead have a button to allow the compressor to only effect the filter band then you have beat the c1!
IE, now the key filter sets the compression to respond to that key filter, but the compression is broadband, if there could be a switch to make the compressor only affect the key filter band then it would function just like the waves c1 when the compressor's eq mode is set to 'split' and the type is set to peaking!
This topic was last updated 180 days ago, and thus it was archived. Replying is disabled for this topic.